Pakistan build 189-run lead as Australia bowled out for 303

DUBAI: Pakistan ended its impressive day at Dubai International Cricket Stadium with a lead of 189 runs against Australia who were bowled out for 303 in their first innings on the third day of the opening Test against on Friday.

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Resuming from overnight at 113 without loss, Australia lost their all wickets for the addition of 175 runs, conceding a lead of 151 runs to Pakistan’s first innings total of 454.

David Warner top-scored with 133 while Chris Rogers made 38 and Mitchell Johnson chipped in with 37.

For Pakistan, leg-spinner Yasir Shah (3-66), paceman Rahat Ali (2-55) and left-armer Zulfiqar Babar (2-81) shared the bowling honours.

Pakistan openers Azhar Ali and Ahmed Shahzad opened the innings and put up a partnership of 38 runs. Both the players looked confident.

Shehzad scored 22 off 42 balls while Ali 16 off 36 to end Pakistan’s day on an impressive note.

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