AUS beat PAK by 7 wickets | Australia vs Pakistan, Highlights And Cricket Score 2nd T20I Match
Pakistan in Australia, 3 T20 International Series, 2019Date: Nov 05, 2019 Start Time: 13:40 IST | 08:10 GMT | 19:10 Local
Venue: Manuka Oval, Canberra
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.
Australia opener David Warner's wife Candice used the words of Mahatma Gandhi to heap praise on her husband after he scored a record-breaking 335 against Pakistan in the second Test. "Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will. (Mahatma Gandhi)," Candice wrote on Twitter after David's marathon innings.
Australia (AUS) vs Pakistan (PAK) 2nd Test 2019 Day 4 action will continue at the Adelaide Oval Ground on Dec 2, 2019. Australia will most likely win the on-going Test Match by an inning, as Pakistan failed to save the follow-on. However, we witnessed some of the finest cricketing action on Day 3 where Pakistan leg break spinner scored his maiden Test Hundred and Babar Azam missed out on his 100 as he got dismissed on 97 runs.
Yasir Shah hit a maiden Test century and Babar Azam nearly got another Test hundred but their brilliance aside, Pakistan failed to match Australia and were bundled for 302 – a little over half of what Australia scored in their first innings – and currently, themselves find staring at another humiliating series whitewash in Australia.
Mitchell Starc was once again the undoing of Pakistan as the Aussie Pacer took his 12th five-wicket haul in the first innings of ongoing Australia vs Pakistan 2nd Test 2019. He continued his form from the first match where he took a total of seven wickets and helped Australia win the match by an innings and five runs.
The day 3 action of Australia (AUS) vs Pakistan (PAK) 2nd Test 2019 will take place on Dec 1, 2019, at Adelaide Oval Ground in Adelaide. The second day was completely dominated by Aussies as the home team declared their inning at 589 runs by just losing three wickets. David Warner made an unbeaten 335 runs and become the second-highest individual run-scorer in Test Cricket just behind Mathew Hayden's 380 runs.
David Warner scored his maiden triple hundred, which was also the fourth-fastest triple century in Test cricket and the first since Karun Nair's feat against England in December 2016. Warner's triple hundred was also the first for a left-handed batsman after Kumar Sangakkara in 2014. Warner, 33 also went past Australian greats Don Bradman and Mark Taylor with his 335 runs.
Steve Smith broke more than 50 years old record of becoming the fastest batsman to score 7000 runs. This record was previously held by English batsman Walter Hammond who took 131 innings to score 7000 runs. Smith achieved 7000 runs in just 126 innings.
Australia won the toss and elected to bat first. The day’s play was, however, delayed by rain. Nevertheless, the game started soon and opener Joe Burns was dismissed cheaply. Labuschagne came to bat at number three and since then it was a one-sided show. The likes of Mohammed Musa and Imran Khan proved to be completely ineffective and faced the hammering.
Labuschagne’s second ton of his Test career and that too in consecutive innings. Before this, the right-handed batsman registered 185 runs in the opening game and played a crucial role in guiding his side to victory by an innings and 65 runs. The youngster has extended his good run and played a magnificent knock in Adelaide too.
Shaheen Afridi became a victim of trolls after he misjudged David Warner’s shot during Australia vs Pakistan 1st Test Day 1 2019. A funny incident occurred when the Pakistan pacer Afridi ran in the opposite direction while fielding at back foot
The opener has certainly risen from floor to haem in the longest format of the game. After a horrific outing in Ashes 2019, Warner hit two consecutive centuries in the ongoing series. It was Warner’s 23rd hundred in the longest format of the game and the southpaw looked delighted.
Pakistan leg-spinner Yasir Shah was in the news during the opening Test in Brisbane after he signalled seven having dismissed Australia batsman Steve Smith. The move was hinted at reminding the run-machine the number of times Shah has dismissed him in Tests.
The duo was all geared up to take the field but had to wait as the heavens got open. However, Instead of getting into boredom, the two decided to cut the time by playing the hand game. Warner, specially, seemed quite relax and he also won some rounds.