ABU DHABI – Pakistan on Tuesday collapsed against Australia in the second test match at Abu Dhabi.
Pakistan lost five wickets for 77 runs in second Test against Australia in the morning session.
Australian bowler Nathan Lyon took four wickets in six delivers. Mohammad Hafeez was the first to return to the pavilion as Mitchell Starc removed him for four.
Azhar Ali was next to go after scoring 15 runs. He was followed by Haris Sohail, Asad Shafiq and Babar Azam who returned to the dressing room without adding any runs to the scoreboard.
Earlier, Pakistan skipper Sarfraz Ahmed won the toss and elected to bat in the second and final Test against Australia in Abu Dhabi. Australia kept the same side which drew the first Test in Dubai last week.
After reducing Australia to 136/3 in pursuit of a 461-run target, Pakistan were best placed for victory at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium in the first Test. Australia scripted a strong fightback on the final day, however, finishing at 363/8 to hold the hosts to a thrilling draw.