Today, on day 3 of Test series battle between Pakistan and Australia, middle over batsman Azhar Ali has broke the internet, however, for all the hilarious reasons.
Pakistan's Azhar Ali bore the brunt of jokes since his on-field antics on the third day of the second Test against Australia yesterday.
Azhar Ali and Haris Sohail will resume the innings on the third day on Thursday. Zaman's fine form continued and Ali's half-century meant Australia will need nothing less than a miracle to save this game with three full days still left. Having missed the follow-on mark, the Volts were sent back in and mustered a total of 218, which handed the hosts victory by an innings and 101 runs. On Wednesday, too, he bagged yet another haul of five wickets by applying constant pressure on the Australian batsmen.
Abbas has been Pakistan s most successful bowler since making his Test debut in the West Indies previous year, taking 54 wickets in nine-and-a-half games.
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Abbas then had Mitchell Marsh lbw on 5 when Pakistan successfully went for a video referral against umpire Richard Illingworth's not out decision.
Asif had removed Aaron Finch (39) and in the last over before lunch trapped Tim Paine leg-before for three.
At the break Marnus Labuschagne was unbeaten on 43 runs and Nathan Lyon not out without scoring, meaning Pakistan need another two wickets to win the match and the two-match series. Then, it was the spinners led by Asif (3/23) and supported by Yasir Shah (1/59) who got into the action for Pakistan.
Zaman hit eight boundaries and a six in his enterprising knock as he and Sarfraz added 147 runs. Both Azhar and Shafiq it went for a boundary and so they didn't run at all.