Abu Dhabi: Australia reeling at 164/6

ABU DHABI: Australia lost four batsmen in the first session of the day three of Abu Dhabi test match against Pakistan on Saturday, ARY News reports.

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Australia started the third day’s play at 22/1 with opener David Warner and night watchman Nathan Lyon on the crease. ‘

Australia lost Warner at 34 on the board after he was caught by Yasir Shah from the bowling of Rahat Ali.

Pakistan then made it 75/3 as Zulfiqar Babar bowled Glenn Maxwell after he tried to advance down the track to hit the spinner for a six. He made 37 runs for his team.

Tail ender Lyon was also clean bowled by Rahat Ali after scoring 15 runs from 85 balls.

Steven Smith became Babar’s second victim of the innings as he was out on a duck when he was adjudged leg before.

Imran Khan then bowled Australian captain Michael Clarke to make it 164/6. The captain made 47 runs.

Mitchell Marsh and Brad Haddin are at the crease on 28 runs and 0 runs respectively. They trail by 406 runs.

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Abu Dhabi: Australia reeling at 164/6

by Raza Haidery