Australia beats Pakistan in the second test, Labuschagne's flexibility shines

Australia beats Pakistan in the second test, Labuschagne’s flexibility shines

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Pakistan’s bowlers got a lot of movement in the cloudy conditions and got the wickets of David Warner (38), Usman Khawaja (42) and Steve Smith (26).

But after defeating the visiting team by 360 runs in Perth, the host team entered the field with the intention of winning the three-Test series but the patient Labuschagne remained steady.

Pakistan fast bowler Hasan Ali, who dismissed Khawaja, said, “It was a good day as a bowling unit, a bit unfortunate we didn’t get more wickets.” “I think we’re a little ahead of them and looking forward to tomorrow.”

On a pitch favorable for seamers, Pakistan captain Shan Masood won the toss and decided to field first.

Under the leadership of Shaheen Shah Afridi, he bowled a good length and got the initial swing.

“(We are) fine. It would have been nice to have one more wicket less, but credit goes to the way Pakistan bowled. He bowled in an unbelievable channel,” Warner said.

“But I think by tomorrow we will be in pretty good shape. “Anything with a four in front of it would be great, but it’s going to be hard work.”

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