Australia was at 30 for no loss against Pakistan when stumps were called on day two of the ongoing Test at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium.

Pakistan won the toss and batted first on day one. Their innings folded by the end of day two for 482 runs. Centuries from Mohammad Hafeez and Haris Sohail help Pakistan to post a sufficient first innings score on a flat deck in Dubai.

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Pakistan 482 & 45/3 * (16.2 overs)

Australia 202

Sohail and Shafiq put on a solid stand

Pakistan started day two at 255-3 with Haris Sohail and Mohammad Abbas continuing their partnership.

Abbas soon fell and Asad Shafiq joined Sohail on the crease.

The two started building a partnership slowly and taking Pakistan's innings forward. The score with went past 300, as the Australian attack found themselves struggling again to get a breakthrough on the flat surface in Dubai. Sohail and Shafiq both reached their fifties and marched along to put the pressure on the Aussies.

Just as Pakistan seems to be on the course of a 500-plus total, the visitors came back storming into the game to put the breaks on them. Marcus Labuschagne surprisingly broke the 150-run stand between the pair when Shafiq got out for 80 runs.

Pakistan was at 410-5 at this moment and would have still not given up the hope of reaching 500 runs. Haris Sohail on the other end reached his maiden ton and continued batting cautiously.

Run-outs trigger collapse

Pakistan found themselves struggling after this moment. Run-outs of Babar Azam and Sarfaraz Ahmed accompanied by the Lyon getting Sohail out on 110 runs meant Pakistan were now eight wickets down with 470 runs on the board.

They soon slipped to 482 all-out.

Comeback man Peter Siddle was the pick of the Australian bowlers as he ended with three wickets alongside Lyon who picked up two wickets.

Debutant Aaron Finch alongside Usman Khawaja walked out next to open the innings for Australia towards the end of the third session. The two batted cautiously to see off the new ball and end the day on a high.

The Aussies found themselves at a score of 30 for no loss at stumps on day two. Finch and Khawaja will continue their innings at 13 and 17 runs respectively when the pair resumes batting on day three of the Dubai Test.

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