PAK vs AUS Test Series More than 2400 runs made in 2 matches players shed sweat for 10 days but no result

The ongoing Test series between Pakistan and Australia is making a lot of headlines at the international level. The Australian team, which went to Pakistan after 24 years, has played two Test matches here so far and no result has been found in both the matches. The main reason for this is the flat wickets of Pakistan. The wicket of the first Test played in Rawalpindi was flat as a road, with the batsmen scoring a lot of runs on it, while the bowlers looked desperate. In the first test, both the teams together scored a total of 1187 runs, while once the Australian team was all out and only 14 wickets fell during this match which lasted for 5 days. After the end of the match, the pitch was condemned everywhere. The ICC even rated the Rawalpindi pitch below average and also gave demerit points.

After this tough attitude of the ICC, it was expected that Pakistan would change its wicket and improve the pitch for the Karachi Test. But it didn’t happen. In the second test, more runs were scored than in the first test. In this test played between Pakistan and Australia in Karachi, both the teams together scored a total of 1244 runs. During this, the Pakistan team was all out once, while the visiting team Australia declared the innings twice.

More than 2400 runs scored in both the matches

A total of 2413 runs have been scored in Rawalpindi and Karachi Tests, while the bowlers took only 42 wickets. It is very disappointing that the players do not get any result after sweating on the field for 10 days. Along with the players, the fans are also disappointed to see such matches. For T20 cricket, this type of pitch can get 10 out of 10 points, but in Test cricket such a pitch becomes very boring.

Result expected in Lahore Test?

After seeing the pitch of the first two Tests, the Pakistan Cricket Board has called former ICC head curator Toby Lumsden for the Lahore Test. With the help of this foreign curator, PCB will prepare the pitch for the Lahore Test. If the Lahore Test also gets a flat wicket and the match ends in a draw, then the future of Test cricket in Pakistan may be in danger.

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