Pakistan 302 all out (94.4) Ist Innings, Australia has declared the 1st innings scoring 589 runs

Pakistan cricket team is not very balanced right now but after changing their captain Sarfaraz Ahmed from the squad, their Australia tour does not go as expected. At the home venue of the Green Army, they were defeated against Sri Lanka in the T20I series and now, they lost the T20I series at the venue of Australia. In professional cricket, they have not got any victory against Australia in the tour. They won a practice match against Cricket Australia XI which was actually a 20 overs match. After losing the first Test against the Aussie, they are playing the 2nd and last Test. According to the last news, Australia has declared the 1st innings scoring 589 runs!

At the Adelaide Oval, Adelaide in the 29th November 2019 the last Test match between Australia and Pakistan started. It is a day/ night match where Muhammad Musa made his Test debut wearing the Green Amry’s shirt. The local team Australia won the toss and decided to bat first. Australia is playing their home venue and so, they are fully aware of the ground nature well. It was the perfect decision for the team and later, it has been proved.

David Warner and Joe Burns opened their first innings for Australia but in 8 runs, the guest team bowler Shaheen Afridi made a hit. He took Burns quickly. But the partnership between Warner and Marnus Labuschagne, they added 361 runs jointly when Marnus Labuschagne was gone. But by then, he took a century and a half-century against Pakistan. Marnus scored 162 runs so far. Later, the former captain of Australia Steve Smith came up and made another bond. They added more than 100 runs but Smith just scored 36 runs. Till the declaration, David Warner stood strong and took an amazing triple century. He scored 335 runs and remains unbeaten. By losing only three wickets, Australia presented 589 runs milestone in front of the Shaheens.


According to the last news, team Pakistan is on the crease for their first innings and already lost four wickets scoring 69 runs only. It seems that Pakistan might face the follow-on. Shan Masood and Imam made a start for the Green Army but in 3 runs, Starc took the first wicket Imam. Just 19 runs later, the captain of the team Azhar Ali was gone. He added 9 runs only. The other opener Shan Masood scored 19 runs and returned by Hazlewood.