Shane Warne & Shahid Afridi Congratulate Pakistan for Beating Australia by 373 Runs in the Second Test Match!
Pakistan win the Series by 1-0 (Photo Credits: Twitter)

The Pakistani team produced a terrific performance against Australia in the second Test, UAE and went on to clinch the series by 1-0. First, it was Fakhar Zaman scored a half-century in both the innings in his debut match and then Mohammad Abbas who created a havoc with his lethal spells. Abbas went on to snap 10 wickets in the match and thus led the team to victory. Thus Pakistan shattered Australia’s dream of winning the test series in Asia and won the game by 373 runs. Pakistan vs Australia, 2nd Test 2018 Video Highlights: Mohammad Abbas' Lethal Spells Deny Visitors With Asian Victory; Pak Win Series by 1-0.

Abbas became the only player from Pakistan to get a ten-wicket haul since 2006 which was achieved by Mohammed Amir. The performance impressed many cricketing greats. Shahid Afridi and Shane Warne congratulated the Pakistani team for the feat. Shahid Afridi took to Twitter to congratulated Sarfraz Ahmed and company. Azhar Ali Denies Australian Team's Fault in the Run-Out Episode, While Scott Styris Questions Sportsmanship of Tim Paine Led Side.

“Outstanding performance by team Pakistan! Abbas is a brilliant performer in any conditions. Very well led by Sarfraz, great debut by Fakhar. Hope this great run of form continues! 🇵🇰,” read Shahid Afridi’s Twitter account.

Shane Warne wrote, “Congrats to Pakistan on a terrific series win, well played - just to good. Australia’s batting was very ordinary in 3 of the 4 innings, and the amount of overs Australia could only manage to last is a real concern as well as the manor of all the dismissals too. Worrying times.”

After the match, Tim Paine said, “Obviously really disappointing to have them 5 for 57 on day one and we let that opportunity slip. When you do that against really good teams in Test cricket you pay the price and I thought they batted really well after that in the first innings, put us under pressure and we weren't up to the challenge with the bat.”