Australia Defeat Pakistan in 2nd Test 2019 by an Innings and 48 Runs to Win Series 2–0, Netizens Hail David Warner’s Incredible Triple Ton
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Australia defeated Pakistan by and by an innings and 48 runs in the 2nd Test 2019 and won the two-match Test series 2-0. Pakistan played brilliantly in AUS vs PAK 2nd Test Match 2019 with their 1st and 2nd innings total of 302 and 239 runs. However, they were eventually bowled out against the tough Australian bowling attack. Pakistan followed-on Australia's 1st innings mammoth total of 589-3, however, the Azhar Ali-led visitors fell short of 48 runs in the end. Netizens started talking about Australia vs Pakistan 2nd Test 2019 on social media. The match became an interesting cricketing event after David Warner smashed a triple century in AUS vs PAK 2nd Test 2019. Australia Vs Pakistan, Highlights And Cricket Score 2nd Test Match. 

Netizens and Australian cricket fans started hailing the Tim Paine-led home side for their 5th consecutive Test series whitewash over Pakistan since 1999. David Warner got the player of the match award for his outstanding knock of unbeaten 335 runs. Social media platform Twitter was full of praises for the Australian team. Have a look at some of the tweets. Tim Paine Roasted Online for Denying David Warner an Opportunity to Break Brian Lara’s World Record During AUS vs PAK Day-Night Test. 


What A Player!

Congrats Aussies!

Well Done!

Winning Streak Continues!

Other than David Warner's astonishing triple ton, Marnus Labuschagne was the other Australian batsman who played brilliantly in the match. He smashed a 162-run-knock to become David Warner's partner in crime. Shaheen Afridi was the only successful bowler in Pakistan team as he took three wickets. Babar Azam showed his immense class in the 1st innings. He missed out on scoring a century with his 97-run knock. Later, Yasir Shah's (113) incredible century bagged the limelight in the match. After trailing by 287 runs while following-on Australia’s score, Pakistan were bowled out for 239.