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PAK VS AUS: A journalist questions Azhar Ali and Imam-ul-Haq about their lethargic performance against Australia, and he appropriately.
PAK VS AUS: The much-anticipated First match Test series between Pakistan and Australia at Pindi Cricket Stadium in Rawalpindi is on its third day. This will be a historic occasion because Australia are visiting Pakistan for the first time since 1998. Imam-ul-Haq and Azhar Ali put on a 208-run partnership for the second wicket.
In the first Test match against Australia, Pakistan batsman Azhar Ali hit 361 balls for 185 runs. According to a journalist, Ali and Imam-ul-Haq both played quite slowly.
The journalist went on to ask Ali why despite playing almost 160 overs in their first innings Pakistan could only score 476 runs. Ali responded with a suitable retort. Ali responded with a single sentence. He stated that the journalist had said enough and that the solution rests in the journalist’s query.
“Well done, Azhar Ali. These guys don’t deserve to be answered. There’s a way to ask a question, you can’t insult a player and his colleague like that. PCB should revoke accreditations, it’s about time. These journos won’t learn.”  Farid Khan.
Well done, Azhar Ali. These guys don't deserve to be answered. There's a way to ask a question, you can't insult a player and his colleague like that. PCB should revoke accreditations, it's about time. These journos won't learn. #PAKvAUS pic.twitter.com/lXFI58ovJg
On Day 1 of the ongoing first Test match in Rawalpindi, Imam-ul-Haq hammered an unbeaten century to help Pakistan post 245 for one in 90 overs against Australia. Imam scored 132 runs from 271 balls, including 15 fours and two sixes.
Azhar Ali stayed undefeated as well, adding 64 runs to the total. Nathan Lyon claimed Australia’s lone wicket, removing Abdullah Shafique at the start of the game. For the first time in 24 hours, Australia and Pakistan will play three test matches and four white-ball games against each other.
On Day 2 of Australia’s ongoing first Test match against Pakistan in Rawalpindi, the Australian openers made it to the end. As Australia struck 5/0 at Stumps, Usman Khawaja (5) and David Warner (0) stayed unbeaten, facing only one over.
Pakistan had declared at 476/4 earlier, thanks to centuries from Imam-ul-Haq and Azhar Ali. Imam scored 157 runs from 358 deliveries, including 16 fours and two maximums. Azhar, on the other hand, scored 185 runs off 361 balls, including 15 fours and three sixes. For Australia’s bowling attack, Nathan Lyon, Pat Cummins, and Marnus Labuschagne each took a wicket.
Usman Khawaja came three runs short of a century in his first Test in his home country. The Pakistan spinners Sajid Khan and Nauman Ali are the only players to take wickets for the hosts thus far.
Sajid Khan dismissed David Warner for 68 runs off 114 balls, bringing the opening stand between Khawaja and Warner to 156 runs. The umpires called the players off early owing to bad light after Steve Smith and Marnus Labuschagne put on 68 runs for the third wicket. Soon later, Stumps was summoned, with Labuschagne on 69 and Smith on 24.
Abdullah Shafique, Imam-ul-Haq, Azhar Ali, Babar Azam (c), Fawad Alam, Mohammad Rizwan (wk), Iftikhar Ahmed, Nauman Ali, Sajid Khan, Naseem Shah, Shaheen Afridi
Usman Khawaja, David Warner, Marnus Labuschagne, Steven Smith, Travis Head, Cameron Green, Alex Carey (wk), Pat Cummins (c), Mitchell Starc, Nathan Lyon, Josh Hazlewood
PAK VS AUS: The much-anticipated First match Test series between Pakistan and Australia at Pindi Cricket Stadium in Rawalpindi is on its third day. This will be a historic occasion because Australia are visiting Pakistan for the first time since 1998. Imam-ul-Haq and Azhar Ali put on a 208-run partnership for the second wicket.
In the first Test match against Australia, Pakistan batsman Azhar Ali hit 361 balls for 185 runs. According to a journalist, Ali and Imam-ul-Haq both played quite slowly.
The journalist went on to ask Ali why despite playing almost 160 overs in their first innings Pakistan could only score 476 runs. Ali responded with a suitable retort. Ali responded with a single sentence. He stated that the journalist had said enough and that the solution rests in the journalist’s query.
“Well done, Azhar Ali. These guys don’t deserve to be answered. There’s a way to ask a question, you can’t insult a player and his colleague like that. PCB should revoke accreditations, it’s about time. These journos won’t learn.”  Farid Khan.
Well done, Azhar Ali. These guys don't deserve to be answered. There's a way to ask a question, you can't insult a player and his colleague like that. PCB should revoke accreditations, it's about time. These journos won't learn. #PAKvAUS pic.twitter.com/lXFI58ovJg
On Day 1 of the ongoing first Test match in Rawalpindi, Imam-ul-Haq hammered an unbeaten century to help Pakistan post 245 for one in 90 overs against Australia. Imam scored 132 runs from 271 balls, including 15 fours and two sixes.
Azhar Ali stayed undefeated as well, adding 64 runs to the total. Nathan Lyon claimed Australia’s lone wicket, removing Abdullah Shafique at the start of the game. For the first time in 24 hours, Australia and Pakistan will play three test matches and four white-ball games against each other.
On Day 2 of Australia’s ongoing first Test match against Pakistan in Rawalpindi, the Australian openers made it to the end. As Australia struck 5/0 at Stumps, Usman Khawaja (5) and David Warner (0) stayed unbeaten, facing only one over.
Pakistan had declared at 476/4 earlier, thanks to centuries from Imam-ul-Haq and Azhar Ali. Imam scored 157 runs from 358 deliveries, including 16 fours and two maximums. Azhar, on the other hand, scored 185 runs off 361 balls, including 15 fours and three sixes. For Australia’s bowling attack, Nathan Lyon, Pat Cummins, and Marnus Labuschagne each took a wicket.
Usman Khawaja came three runs short of a century in his first Test in his home country. The Pakistan spinners Sajid Khan and Nauman Ali are the only players to take wickets for the hosts thus far.
Sajid Khan dismissed David Warner for 68 runs off 114 balls, bringing the opening stand between Khawaja and Warner to 156 runs. The umpires called the players off early owing to bad light after Steve Smith and Marnus Labuschagne put on 68 runs for the third wicket. Soon later, Stumps was summoned, with Labuschagne on 69 and Smith on 24.
Abdullah Shafique, Imam-ul-Haq, Azhar Ali, Babar Azam (c), Fawad Alam, Mohammad Rizwan (wk), Iftikhar Ahmed, Nauman Ali, Sajid Khan, Naseem Shah, Shaheen Afridi
Usman Khawaja, David Warner, Marnus Labuschagne, Steven Smith, Travis Head, Cameron Green, Alex Carey (wk), Pat Cummins (c), Mitchell Starc, Nathan Lyon, Josh Hazlewood
PAK VS AUS: The much-anticipated First match Test series between Pakistan and Australia at Pindi Cricket Stadium in Rawalpindi is on its third day. This will be a historic occasion because Australia are visiting Pakistan for the first time since 1998. Imam-ul-Haq and Azhar Ali put on a 208-run partnership for the second wicket.
In the first Test match against Australia, Pakistan batsman Azhar Ali hit 361 balls for 185 runs. According to a journalist, Ali and Imam-ul-Haq both played quite slowly.
The journalist went on to ask Ali why despite playing almost 160 overs in their first innings Pakistan could only score 476 runs. Ali responded with a suitable retort. Ali responded with a single sentence. He stated that the journalist had said enough and that the solution rests in the journalist’s query.
“Well done, Azhar Ali. These guys don’t deserve to be answered. There’s a way to ask a question, you can’t insult a player and his colleague like that. PCB should revoke accreditations, it’s about time. These journos won’t learn.”  Farid Khan.
Well done, Azhar Ali. These guys don't deserve to be answered. There's a way to ask a question, you can't insult a player and his colleague like that. PCB should revoke accreditations, it's about time. These journos won't learn. #PAKvAUS pic.twitter.com/lXFI58ovJg
On Day 1 of the ongoing first Test match in Rawalpindi, Imam-ul-Haq hammered an unbeaten century to help Pakistan post 245 for one in 90 overs against Australia. Imam scored 132 runs from 271 balls, including 15 fours and two sixes.
Azhar Ali stayed undefeated as well, adding 64 runs to the total. Nathan Lyon claimed Australia’s lone wicket, removing Abdullah Shafique at the start of the game. For the first time in 24 hours, Australia and Pakistan will play three test matches and four white-ball games against each other.
On Day 2 of Australia’s ongoing first Test match against Pakistan in Rawalpindi, the Australian openers made it to the end. As Australia struck 5/0 at Stumps, Usman Khawaja (5) and David Warner (0) stayed unbeaten, facing only one over.
Pakistan had declared at 476/4 earlier, thanks to centuries from Imam-ul-Haq and Azhar Ali. Imam scored 157 runs from 358 deliveries, including 16 fours and two maximums. Azhar, on the other hand, scored 185 runs off 361 balls, including 15 fours and three sixes. For Australia’s bowling attack, Nathan Lyon, Pat Cummins, and Marnus Labuschagne each took a wicket.
Usman Khawaja came three runs short of a century in his first Test in his home country. The Pakistan spinners Sajid Khan and Nauman Ali are the only players to take wickets for the hosts thus far.
Sajid Khan dismissed David Warner for 68 runs off 114 balls, bringing the opening stand between Khawaja and Warner to 156 runs. The umpires called the players off early owing to bad light after Steve Smith and Marnus Labuschagne put on 68 runs for the third wicket. Soon later, Stumps was summoned, with Labuschagne on 69 and Smith on 24.
Abdullah Shafique, Imam-ul-Haq, Azhar Ali, Babar Azam (c), Fawad Alam, Mohammad Rizwan (wk), Iftikhar Ahmed, Nauman Ali, Sajid Khan, Naseem Shah, Shaheen Afridi
Usman Khawaja, David Warner, Marnus Labuschagne, Steven Smith, Travis Head, Cameron Green, Alex Carey (wk), Pat Cummins (c), Mitchell Starc, Nathan Lyon, Josh Hazlewood
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