On the fifth day of the third and last test match played in Gaddafi Stadium Lahore, Pakistan again restarted its second incomplete innings 73 runs without any loss.
Australia did not wait for the first success of the day and Abdullah Shafiq became 27 runs without any increase in individual score last day.
After that, Azhar Ali came with Imam ul Haq and both came to the second wicket and reached the score to 105.
At the same stage, Ezhar Ali Victim Countdown in the attempt to play the swap shot, the field Impire did not point out the Pakistani batsmen but Australia took Review on which Azhar was declared.
After two wickets fall, the captain of the captain came to Babar Prime, and both of them did not fall over the food break.
After the dining period, Pakistan had to take the third loss immediately and after making the Imam 70 runs, the line returned to Pelin.
Fadad Alam and Babar had reached the score to 165 that the abdomen Communists eliminated the innings of experienced batsmen, while the Australian captains went to the Pavilion without opening Mohammad Rizwan.
After returning to Babar Prime, after returning to Babar Prime, Sajjad Khan came to Kraise, but on the other hand the captain failed to play long innings on the main occasion and after completing half the century, 55 runs and catches out.
In the next Over, Sajjad Khan also sat on Mitchell Stark’s ball, at the moment, the team score was 213 runs at this time.
After that the chances of winning guest team went bright and the last three batter also got out after the increase of 22 runs in the overall score.
So the entire team of Pakistan became 235 runs and returned to Peline and after the first two test matches, Australia earned 115 runs in the last match by winning its name 0-1.
The best bowl on the best bowling was declared the best player on the match and the series on Usman Khawaja.
Pakistan also lost series 0-1 against Australia in 1998.
Remember that Australia made 391 runs in the first innings, in response to which the Pakistani team was drowned on 268 runs.
Australia scored 227 runs on three players out for Osman Khawaja’s series, and the national team had targeted 351 runs to win.