New Delhi. In the Dubai Test, Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Abbas has taken three wickets in seven balls and pushed Australia to defeat. Abbas then dismissed opener Aaron Finch (49) and after that the Marsh brothers Shan and Mitchell showed the way to the pavilion, which could not even open the account. Australia’s score was 87 runs at a time without any loss, but he was struggling with 136 runs in three wickets at the end of the fourth day’s play.
Pakistan, who gained 280 runs in the first innings, earlier declared their second innings at 181 for 6 wickets. Australia got a difficult target of 462 runs like this. He scored 326 runs to make an edge in the two-match series, while Pakistan needed seven wickets. On the fourth day, the opening batsman Usman Khawaja 50 and Travis Head were playing 34 runs. Both of them added 49 runs for the fourth wicket so far.
History will transform Australia to victory
If Australia wants to win this match, then it will have to write a new history, because the record for achieving the greatest goal in Test cricket is in the name of the West Indies, who had won against Australia in Antigua in 2003 with a score of 418 runs on seven wickets.