Recent Match Report – Australia vs Pakistan, ICC World Test Championship, 2nd Test

Pakistan 6 for the 96 (Starc 4-22) trail Australia December 3, 593 (Warner 335 *, Labuschagne 162) run 493 times

If Pakistan's opening day is miserable, the adjectives depicting the second are best left unprinted. Australian batters, led by David Warner's magnificent 335, sent him to like Pakistan during the first half of the day and humiliation was inevitable as the bowler took action in the last session.

Warner will take tomorrow's headline and settle for his innings in Australian cricket folklore, becoming the first 300 centuries in Adelaide oval history, and surpassing Donald Bradman's 334 by Mark Taylor in 1998. An unfortunate visitor as if the cricket world had just come to a close for a serious challenge to Brian Lara's record 400.

Moment of History: David Warner, Triple Century Cricket Australia with Getty Images

If it had thrown the pitch off the ordinary road, you would have reached an emergency break in the last session. Mitchell Starc was one at five parks, and Josh Hazlewood and Pat Cummins gathered early throughout Pakistan. The regular breakthrough meant there was no possibility of building a partnership that would suggest enough to challenge Australia's 589 so that Pakistan could retake this test at 589 at some point. At the time of the wind, Pakistan expelled 493 horses with the tails already exposed. Baba Azam was the source of lone resistance at the other end, but when the referees called the stump, they may have stopped the boxing match.

Pakistan was seven balls away at the beginning of the day, but in the early thirty minutes there was an ominous sign. Yasir Shah and Iftikhar Ahmed could not re-enter Australia during the initial order period, scoring 65 points in nine overs of old-fashioned balls, scoring more freely than the first day overall. When a new pink ball was required, all the pressure they felt when they started was already well released and the record was quickly building up.

The 362-time alliance between Warner and Manus Labou Chauign was Australia's second-highest second place in the test cricket and joined the elite group for 150 consecutive innings. Again, when Pakistan's best bowler, Shaheen Afridi, pulled Labuschagne's dumping into a truly delightful starter, he accumulated 162 people. Australia has 2 of 369, Stephen Smith. Sore bowling shoulders were almost invisible.

Warner will continue to offer milestones. He reached 200 and celebrated with a man's steel about halfway through his journey. After a while, he seemed to be raising 250 bats. Australia seemed to creak at every last run. Pakistan didn't help himself when Pakistan's outlaw Muhammad Musa slipped four times on Warner.

Pakistan's bowling match has not been steadily listed, but the extent of Yashir's nightmare can still affect his career. The struggle in the Southern Hemisphere, especially in Australia, is well documented. But here it seemed safer to use Iftikhar bowling instead. Yasir admitted 197 over 32 run-a-balls and couldn't stop the ball from pulling down or feeding faithfully. Today, if Yasir has been studying how to manage games with premium turnstiles in the last three years by left-handed arcs.

After Smith's wicked hack, Warner and Matthew Wade entered a quirky 99-time partnership where Warner brought Mohamad Abbas up to 300 people. His wife sat in a stand and wept. After that, he became even more unsure and when he took Abbas over 17 years old, he actually appeared to have shot 400 people. But when he climbed 334 from single cover to cover and came second to Matthew Hayden's 380 for Australia-Paine stepped out of the dressing room and signaled that Adelaide was the top scorer.

It was no coincidence that it was the exact moment when the wicket decided to change his character when it was illuminated. Shan Masood was initially given and turned it over, but the breakthrough was never far. Imam-ul Haq's nickname to Warner-Who else? On the fifth slip, and not long before Cummins found Azhar Ali's outer edge after dinner, Smith was able to make a quick dive on the second slip.

It was the way all Pakistani batters were dismissed. One in six who fell down tickled the outer edges, and Stark suffered a lot of damage in the last 30 minutes. Asad Shafiq had almost nothing he could do, but the wrong shot choices of Iftikhar and Mohammad Rizwan meant he was on Australia's mission much easier than Pakistan needed. Sundays can be affected by rain, but they rarely affect the outcome of this match.

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