Haq, Shafique hit hundreds as Australia-Pakistan Test drawn

A joined all out of 1,187 runs were scored for only 14 wickets north of five days Australia-Pakistan Test drawn

first home Test against Australia in quite a while finished in a manageable attract Rawalpindi on Tuesday.

Haq made an unbeaten 111 following up his 157 in the primary innings,

Australia-Pakistan Test drawn

Australia scored 459 in answer to Pakistan’s first innings score of 476-4 pronounced.

A joined complete of 1,187 runs were scored for only 14 wickets more than five days as the popular Australian speed triplet of Pat Cummins,

Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood – – with 674 Test wickets between them before this match – – got only one more.

With a draw guaranteed, the Pakistan openers pursued the open door for batting practice in front

In doing as such, they turned into the main Pakistan pair to put on a century opening substitute

the two innings of a Test against Australia in the wake of collaborating for 105 on Friday.

Shafique was quick to arrive at his century, pushing seamer Cameron Green for a solitary to arrive at the imprint in a short time. Altogether, he hit 15 limits and a six.

Haq, who was playing his first Test since December 2019, pushed seasonal worker Travis Head for two to finish

Their stand is Pakistan’s most elevated for the first wicket against Australia in quite a while,

bettering the 149 set by Khalid Ibadullah and Abdul Kadir in Karachi in 1964.

So ruling were the two openers that it turned out to be just the first occasion in quite a while when Australia surrendered 100 or more opening stands in the two innings of a Test.

Geoff Boycott and John Edrich of England were the last pair to accomplish the accomplishment against Australia, in Adelaide in 1971.

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