Australia vs Pakistan: David Warner out for 34 in final Test match

By Rohit - January 4, 2024 - Last updated on Jan 04, 2024 06:07 PM
Australia vs Pakistan: David Warner out for 34 in final Test match

Image Source: Twitter/David Warner

Day 2 of the final Test in Sydney ended with Pakistan holding the upper hand, leading by 197 runs despite rain disruptions. Australia reached 116-2 before stumps, with Labuschagne (23) and Smith (6) unbeaten. Warner fell short of a century in his potential second-last Test innings, scoring 34.

The second day of the third Test between Australia and Pakistan in Sydney was hampered by rain, with the home team reaching 116-2. Veteran opener David Warner contributed 34 runs before being dismissed.

Bad light stopped play midway through the second session before a huge rainstorm swept down across the city, leaving the home batters kicking their heels for the remainder of the day still 197 runs behind Pakistan's first innings score of 313.

"I think we're starting to get used to it here in Sydney each year but yeah, it's frustrating to lose a bit of time to light and then now a bit of rain settling in," Australia captain Pat Cummins said.

The crowd was initially silent but quickly roused into yet another ovation for Warner, whose runs took his career tally to 8,729 in 112 Tests at an average of 44.53.

"It was pretty good ball he got there," Cummins added.

"He always finds a way to get himself up and he looked like a man on a mission when he walked out to bat. I'm sure he'll get a second innings out there to score a few more runs."

Khawaja followed for 47 before the weather disruption, ruled to have been caught behind after a DRS appeal off the bowling of Aamir Jamal, Pakistan's find of the series.

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