Azhar Ali
Day 5 of the third Test between Australia and Pakistan ended with Azhar Ali being removed for 17 runs.

Azhar Ali was unhappy as he walked back to the pavilion after the third Test between Pakistan and Australia. He was clearly convinced that he had not snagged the ball by the laces.

As Pakistan chased a 351-run win target on the final day of the third Test against Australia, they resumed their second innings with a score of 73 without loss. Azhar Ali replaced Abdullah Shafique in the midfield after the hosts’ 27th-minute loss of Shafique. Ahar was calm and collected in the crease until the Australians sent him back with the score of 17 after what appeared to be an excellent review.

After hitting the pad, Nathan Lyon threw a ball that bounced up in the air and Azhar attempted to pick it up. The entire Australian team rose in sync to raise an appeal after Steve Smith, positioned at slip, caught the ball. Pat Cummins, the Australian captain, called for a review after the on-field umpire lowered the volume of the appeal.

Azhar Ali was forced to walk back after the third umpire, who noticed a minor spike on the “Ultra-edge,” overturned the verdict of the on-field umpire.

Azhar Ali was fired after a little incident on Ultra Edge, as shown below.

Azhar Ali walked back to the pavilion shaking his head and looking enraged. There is no doubt in his mind that the ball didn’t make it onto his pads.

Despite the fact that the first two Test matches ended in draws, the third and final match is shaping up to be quite the spectacle.

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