Pakistan responded strongly to Australia’s big score and that was how the second day’s play unfolded in Perth

On the second day of the Perth Test, the Australian team’s innings ended with a huge score of 487 runs. After that, Pakistan also fought smartly and scored 132 runs after losing two wickets to stumps. All three Pakistan top-order batsmen contributed here.

On the first day, Australia had scored 346 runs while losing 5 wickets. On the second day, Mitchell Marsh and Alex Carey took the innings forward. Australia’s sixth wicket fell for a total of 411 runs. Here Alex Carey (34) was bowled by Amer Jamal. Aamer Jamal then sent Mitchell Starc (12), Pat Cummins (9) and Nathan Lyon (5) into the pavilion in quick succession. Mitchell Marsh (90), on the other hand, was the victim of Khurram Shahzad.

In this way, the entire Kangaroo team was on 487 runs at the start of the second session. Aamer Jamal took 6 wickets for Pakistan. This is his first test match. This medium-pace bowler surprised everyone with his performance. Apart from Jamal, Khurram Shahzad got two wickets, Faeem Ashraf got one and Shaheen Afridi also got a wicket.

Pakistan’s batsmen were not afraid of this mountain-like result and continued the innings very calmly. Pak openers added 74 runs for the first wicket. For this reason, Abdullah Shafiq (42) was fired by Nathan Lyon. From here there was a partnership of 49 runs between Imam Ul Haq and captain Shan Masood. Captain Masood (30) fell victim to Mitchell Starc with a total of 123. However, after that Pakistan did not lose another wicket until stumps. At the end of the second day’s play, the Pakistan team had scored 132 runs after losing two wickets.

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