Dubai Test: Shehzad’s 50 puts Pakistan in charge

DUBAI: Pakistan are in a strong position as they lead Australia by 267 runs with nine wickets to spare on the fourth day of the first test match at Dubai on Saturday.

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The green shirts went in for lunch break at 116/1. They started the day’s proceedings at 38/0.

Opener Ahmed Shehzad reached his half century off 128 balls comprising of four boundaries.

The visitors managed to dismiss Azhar Ali at 71 on the board as he was caught behind by wicket keeper Brad Haddin from the bowling of debutant Steve O’Keefe after scoring 30 runs from 65 balls.

Shehzad and Younis Khan will start the second session of the day  as they are at the crease at 55 runs and 26 runs  respectively.

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Dubai Test: Shehzad’s 50 puts Pakistan in charge

by Raza Haidery