The second Test match between Australia and Pakistan played in Karachi ended without a decision.
Chasing the target of 506 runs, Pakistan scored 443 runs for the loss of seven wickets.
Captain Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan scored centuries while giving excellent play.
Babar Azam scored 196 runs with the help of 20 fours and a six, while Mohammad Rizwan scored 104 runs and remained unbeaten.
Babar Azam and Abdullah Shafiq started the game on the fifth day. Abdullah Shafiq became the victim of nervous nineties and returned to the pavilion after scoring 96 runs off 305 balls. He was caught by Smith off Pat Cummins.
The fourth player to be dismissed on Wednesday was Fawad Alam, who scored nine runs and caught the wicket-keeper off Pat Cummins.
After that Mohammad Rizwan came to support Babar and both of them continued to score while batting.
Babar Azam set many records while batting brilliantly, but he could not complete the first double century of his Test career by just 4 runs and was bowled by Nathan Lane after playing his best innings of 196 runs.
After him, Faheem Ashraf had not yet set foot on the crease and he too fell victim to the Nathan line.
Australia declared their second innings at 97 for two, after which Pakistan got a target of 506 to win the match in the last innings.
It may be recalled that Pakistan managed to score only 148 runs in their first innings while the Australian team scored 556 runs in the first innings thanks to Usman Khawaja’s 160 runs.
It may be recalled that the first Test of the three-match series played between the two teams ended in Rawalpindi without a win-loss decision.
The third and final match of the Test series will be played in Lahore from March 21.
After the Test series, a series of three ODIs and a T20 will be played in Rawalpindi.