'Padosiyon se kuch accha sikho'- Fans react as Pakistan collapse after losing 6 wickets for 9 runs in 3rd Test against Australia

Coming to bat the hosts got to a decent start as the openers David Warner and Usman Khawaja built a 70 run partnership for the first wicket.

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The 3rd and final Test between Australia and Pakistan is currently underway at the Sydney Cricket Ground. The hosts have already sealed the series 2-0 and might be clean sweeping the Men in Green. Batting first Shan Massod's side was in trouble for 47/4 and from there Mohammad Rizwan and Aamer Jamal scored half-centuries. The former scored 88 and Jamal scored 82 runs helping them score 313 runs in the first innings. 

Coming to bat the hosts got to a decent start as the openers David Warner and Usman Khawaja built a 70-run partnership for the first wicket. They were in a good position, at 289/6 but the Aussies lost their last four wickets for just 10 runs and bowled out for 299 runs, giving a 14-run lead to the visitors.

Pakistan coming into bat in the 3rd Day for their second innings did not look in great touch in the world-class bowling attack of Mitchell Starc, Pat Cummins, and Josh Hazelwood. They lost their 6 wickets in the span of 9 runs they were 58/2 and at the end of Day 3 they were 68/7, in the over of Hazelwood they lost their last three wickets without scoring a single run. Shan Masood's side have a lead of 82 runs and they will be trying to take a 100 lead. 

David Warner getting a hero's send-off

Warner is playing the last Test match of his international career, the Southpaw has decided to retire from ODI cricket as well and he will get a hero's send-off after the test match. The Kangaroos will try to give him a good send-off by winning the match. Pakistan are yet to win a test match in the Aussie land since 1995. 

Masood will be proud of his side the way they have performed in the test series under the new management and have given decent fight against the World Test Champions (WTC). The Men in Green next plays New Zealand for a T20I series and that will be their last series before the T20 World Cup 2024.  

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