Pakistan suffered a heavy defeat in the Perth Test, suffering an embarrassing defeat against Australia; That’s the story of the game

Pakistan suffered a crushing defeat in the first match of the Australia tour. He surrendered on the fourth day of the Perth Test. Australia had set Pakistan a target of 450 runs to win. In response, the Pakistan team collapsed in just 89 runs. In this way, the Pakistan team lost the first game of the three-match Test series by 360 runs.

In the Perth Test, Australian captain Pat Cummins won the toss and elected to bat first. Here Australia scored 487 runs in the first innings. In reply, Pakistan’s first innings ended at 271. After gaining a 216-run lead in the first innings, Australia began batting again without trailing Pakistan. Here Australia declared their innings at 233 runs after losing five wickets in the second session of the fourth day.

Pakistan got off to a poor start as they chased the target of 450 runs. Abdullah Shafiq (2) returned to the pavilion in the first half. The process of wickets falling, which started from the first over, regularly continued until the 31st over. Only Imam ul Haq (10), Babar Azam (14) and Saud Shakeel (24) were able to reach double figures. Apart from this, no other batsman could score more than 5 runs. The entire Pakistan team was only there for 89 runs.

The player of the game for this game was Mitchell Marsh. He scored 90 runs in the first innings and an unbeaten 63 runs in the second innings. Marsh also took a wicket here. David Warner scored 164 runs in the first innings. While Usman Khawaja scored 90 runs in the second innings. The only half-century for Pakistan was scored by Imam Ul Haq (62). Aamer Jamal (6) and Khurram Shahzad (5) took the most wickets for Pakistan.

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