Pakistan need 419 runs to win the second Test against Sri Lanka. As many as 26 overs were lost due to bad light on Day 4. Pakistan lead series 1-0.
Abdullah Shafique’s unbeaten 160 came from 408 balls that included six fours, a six and few reprieves. The second Test starts on July 24 at the same venue.
Pakistan fought back with the help of their openers Imam-ul-Haq (42 not out) and Abdullah Shafique (27 not out) on Day 4 of the third Test against Australia in Lahore.
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At the close of play on Day 4, Pakistan were 222/3. They need another 120 runs to win the first Test against Sri Lanka.
Pakistan lost their seven wickets for 41 runs to be bowled out for 268 in reply to Australia’s 391 in the first innings.
Riding on Abdullah Shafique’s unbeaten 160, Pakistan recorded their successful run chase in Test cricket history against Sri Lanka in Galle.
Babar Azam scored 102 not out as Pakistan chase a mammoth 506 to win the second PAK Vs AUS Test in Karachi.
Both teams mutually agreed to end the game with an hour remaining when Pakistan were 252/0 in the third innings of the Rawalpindi Test.