PAK vs AUS: Pakistan is currently locking horns with Australia in the first of the three-match Test series at the Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium in Rawalpindi. This is the first time in a total off 24 years, that Australia are touring Pakistan for a multi-format series and this is a historic moment for both the cricket playing nations. On a flat Rawalpindi surface, both the Pakistani and Australian batsmen have shown great temperament to make a merry of the favourable conditions.
On the fifth and final day of the first Test match between hosts Pakistan and Australia, senior Aussie opener David Warner was seen entertaining the Rawalpindi crowd with his exciting Punjabi dance moves while fielding just near the boundary line. Pakistan Cricket official Twitter account recently posted a video where Warner is performing different dance moves in order to bring some extra energy in the PAK vs AUS 1st Test. The Australia left-handed batsman has always been someone who has been an outstanding entertainer both on and off the field.
While talking about his individual batting performance, David Warner contributed with a fine knock of 68 runs during the first innings of the Rawalpindi Test match. He also added a wonderful opening stand of 156 runs with his partner Usman Khawaja.
After winning the toss and opting bat first on a flat deck, Pakistan declared their first innings with a massive total of 476 for 4. Pakistani opener Imam-ul-Haq composed a fabulous innings of 157 runs while Azhar Ali also looked in an amazing touch having notched up a sensational knock of 185 runs.
In reply, the visiting Aussie team also came out with an attacking mindset scoring a total of 459 runs in 140.1 overs. Usman Khawaja contributed with a brilliant knock of 97 runs while Marnus Labuschagne also batted remarkably well in his first Test innings in Asia as he smashed a beautiful 90 runs off 158 deliveries that consisted of 12 boundaries.
Both the Pakistani opening batsmen, Abdullah Shafique and Imam-ul-Haq amassed staggering hundreds each in the second innings as Pakistan were 252 for no loss, however, the Pakistan vs Australia 1st Test match has ended in a draw.
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