Newlycomer Saim Ayub dropped the easy catch when David Warner hit a ball right to him in the final Pak vs Aus test match. It was Saim’s first time playing that he dropped a catch.
The right-arm bowler Aamer Jamal gave no run to David. Instead, he delivered a good cricket ball that bounced at a moderate distance from David.
David attempted to hit the ball which led to Pakistan getting their first wicket (success) in the match. But the poor boy Saim Ayub missed the chance and dropped the catch of David Warner.
Pakistan had scored 313 runs in the first innings of a third test match, so Australia is behind by 197 runs. Australia is currently at 116 runs for the loss of 2 wickets. It was the second day of the third test match series between Australia and Pakistan.
David Warner had a bit of luck but eventually got out after scoring 34 runs on the previous day of the match. Due to bad light and rain, only 46 overs were played on the second day. David had a challenging start but survived. However, he eventually got out at 78-1 due to a good delivery from Agha Salman.
Usman Khawaja, another Australian player, scored 47 runs but got out. The overall scoring rate for Australia was slow, about 2.46 runs per over. Aamer Jamal got the wicket of giant Usman at 116 runs.
Afterward, the match had to stop after the drinks break in the second session. The match did not resume due to persistent rain. But the weather forecast suggests better conditions for the upcoming days.
The pitch conditions were challenging, with variable bounce, making it harder for the batsman. The match seems to be in a balanced state, with both teams having their moments in the game.
Marnus Labuschagne and Steven Smith are the remaining batsmen for Australia, and they will continue their innings on the next day.
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