Australia Won The Test Series Against Pakistan – Australia’s steadfast attack ended Pakistan’s opposition close to the end on day five to win the deciding third Test by 115 runs at the Gaddafi Stadium late last night. Veteran spinner Nathan Lyon nearly unanimously responded to the critiques with five wickets on the last day, as Australia’s unfaltering strike concluded Pakistan’s opposition late on day 5 to come out on top of the deciding third Test by 115 runs.
Lyon took 5 for 83, while Pat Cummins, the Player of the Match, concluded the series with 3 for 23 and eight wickets in the Test. Captain Cummins was rewarded after giving Pakistanis a sniffing with a daring declare, as he lead Australia with their first international Test series win since 2016, ending an 11-year skid in Asia.
Australia Won The Test Series Against Pakistan – PakVsAus 2022 Tour
Test trips to Pakistan by Australia:
The Pat Cummins-led Australian team will arrive in Pakistan on Sunday for a historic three-Test, three-ODI, and one-off T20I tour, they’re first in over two decades.
This will be Australia’s sixth Test tour to Pakistan, with four-Test series against Pakistan played at neutral grounds between 2002 and 2018. (UAE and England). A summary of Australia’s trips to Pakistan, as well as the series hosted by Pakistan in neutral sites, is provided below. Australia To Tour Pakistan After 24 Years Last Visit in 1998
1956 and 1957
Between the 11th and 17th of October 1956, the National Stadium in Karachi staged the first-ever Pakistan-Australia Test on Pakistani territory. Fazal Mahmood, the legendary pacer, was the breakout performer for Pakistan, taking 13 wickets in a crushing nine-wicket victory headed by Abdul Kardar.
In 1959-60, Australia hosted the very first series in Pakistan. The Australian team coached by Richie Benaud won the first Test by eight wickets in Dhaka before winning a series by seven wickets in Lahore. In Karachi, the series’ 3rd Test was played.
In October 1964, the opposing sides played a one-off Test in Karachi, which ended in a draw.
With an eight-wicket win in Karachi, Pakistan clinched the three-match series 1-0. Iqbal Qasim, a left-arm spinner, took 11 wickets to lead the Javed Miandad-led Pakistan to victory. The remaining two Tests, which were held at Lahore and Faisalabad, were also drawn.
In the 1982-83 series, Pakistan swept the series 3-0. As Pakistan batters crushed the Australian attack, Mohsin Khan and Zaheer Abbas topped the batting charts for the hosts. With 22 wickets in the series, leg-spinner Abdul Qadir was the destroyer-in-chief, while captain Imran Khan claimed 13 wickets. Pakistan won by nine wickets in the Karachi Test, by an innings and three runs in the Faisalabad Test, and by nine wickets in the Lahore Test.
In the first Test of the 1988-89 series, contested at Karachi’s National Stadium, Pakistan captain Javed Miandad hit a stunning double century, leading Pakistan to their then-largest Test victory in terms of runs, defeating Australia by innings and 188 runs. The hosts won the series 1-0, and withdraws from the Faisalabad and Lahore Tests.
Pakistan wins the Karachi Test of the 1994 series by a narrow one-wicket margin, making it one of the most dramatic triumphs in Test history. The captain, Saleem Malik, then scored a match-saving double 100 in Rawalpindi and a match-saving century in Lahore to give his team a 1-0 win over the Mark Taylor-led Australians. Taylor made his captain breakthrough in this series, although in his first match as captain, he picked up an unlucky pair of wickets.
In 1998, Australia broke a 39-year wait for a series win in Pakistan by winning the three-match series 1-0. The first Test, held in Rawalpindi, was won by Australia by one inning. Taylor subsequently made amends for the pair’s performance in Karachi four years prior by hitting a triple century in the Peshawar Test. Ijaz Ahmed’s century helped Pakistan salvage a tie in Karachi following a high-scoring draw in Peshawar.
In a three-match series in the United Arab Emirates, a new-look Pakistan side led by Waqar Younis and lacking star hitters Inzamam ul Haq and Mohammad Yousuf were swept 3-0 by Steve Waugh’s Australia. Pakistan was knocked out for 59 and 53 runs in the first and second innings, respectively.
In England, the two teams competed for two seasons. Pakistan won their first Test against Australia in nearly 15 years with a stunning three-wicket victory at Headingley Leeds, after dropping the Lord’s Test by a massive margin. With seven wickets, Mohammad Amir was instrumental in Pakistan’s historical success.
Pakistan won their first series against Australia in 20 years, sweeping the two-match series 2-0 in Dubai and Abu Dhabi. With the bat, Younis Khan, Ahmed Shehzad, Azhar Ali, and Sarfaraz Ahmed shone. In the Abu Dhabi Test, captain Misbahul Haq set a new record for the joint-fastest Test century. Yasir Shah, a leg-spinner, and Zulfiqar Babar, a left-arm spinner, tore through the Australian batting lineups time and time again throughout the series to assure the hosts’ resounding victories.
Pakistan took a 1-0 lead in the two-match series. During the first Test in Dubai, the Sarfaraz Ahmed-led side was kept to a thrilling draw until Mohammad Abbas’ heroics with the ball sealed a decisive 373-run victory.