Shoaib Akhtar
At the start of the first innings in Karachi, Pakistan was bowled out for 148 runs.


Shoaib Akhtar, a former Pakistan cricketer, criticized the squad in his own style.

In Karachi, Pakistan’s first innings were wiped out for 148 runs.

Pitch quality in Pakistan has recently been questioned.

During the second Test between Australia and Pakistan in Karachi, former Pakistan pacer Shoaib Akhtar questioned the team’s performance in the first innings.

Shoaib Akhtar, an ex-Pakistan cricketer, criticized his country’s weak batting performance in the first innings of the Karachi Test when they were bowled out for 148 in response to Australia’s 556/9 declared. The home team’s lack of effort was on display in the flurry of wickets that saw seven Pakistan batsmen dismissed for just 100 runs, disappointing many, including Akhtar. As a means of venting his ire, Akhtar resorted to Twitter, writing, “All of us, including myself, have become bored. It’s a safe bet that 100/7 will be interesting.”

Australia’s fast bowlers used the barren parts in the Karachi track to good advantage, claiming five wickets in the second Test, following criticism of the pitch in the first Test in Rawalpindi.

In the non-end, striker’s skipper Babar Azam hit 36 runs while watching wickets fall often at the other end.

Mitchell Starc, a left-arm fast bowler, was the most destructive, taking three wickets for 29 runs in 13 overs, with five maidens.

Cameron Green, the all-rounder, and captain Pat Cummins each grabbed one wicket. Despite Australia’s first-innings total of 556/9 declared, Pakistan was bowled out for just 148 in their second innings.

Australia’s second innings total of 81/1 at the close of play on Day 3 gave them a commanding lead of 489 runs over India.

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