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Pak vs Aus 3rd Test Match 2024 Day 2 Highlights

The battle between bat and ball continued on Day 2 of the Test Match 3 between Pakistan and Australia, and it was the Australians who dominated the proceedings with a solid batting performance. As the sun set on the cricketing arena, Australia found themselves in a commanding position, finishing the day at 116 for the loss of 2 wickets.

Australia’s 1st Inning Batting

David Warner, the explosive opener, made his mark with a well-fought innings, scoring 34 runs off 68 balls. Unfortunately, his time at the crease was cut short at 24.3 overs. Usman Khawaja showcased his resilience, facing 143 balls to contribute 47 runs to the Australian total. However, his innings came to an end at 43.3 overs, adding crucial runs to the team’s tally. Marnus Labuschagne stood firm, remaining not out at 23 runs off 66 balls, while the experienced Steve Smith also held his ground, scoring 6 runs off 7 balls. Their partnership promises to be a crucial factor as the match progresses.

Pakistan’s Bowling Efforts

Sajid Khan displayed his bowling prowess, conceding 38 runs with an economical spell, yet he couldn’t manage to secure a wicket. Mir Hamza, with a tight economy of 1.10, bowled 11 overs, giving away only 11 runs, but couldn’t break through the Australian batting lineup. Hassan Ali maintained an economy rate of 2.11, conceding 19 runs without claiming any wickets. Aamer Jamal contributed with a wicket, giving away 26 runs at an economy of 3.25, while Salman Ali Agha also chipped in with a wicket, conceding 18 runs at an economy of 2.25.

As Day 2 came to an end, Australia’s innings showed promise, reaching 116/2 after 77.1 overs. The stage is set for an intriguing battle on Day 3, with both teams gearing up for more action-packed cricket in Test Match 3 of 2024.

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