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Aus vs Pak: Babar Azam century in vain as Australia win first Test | Australia beat Pakistan by an innings and 5 runs in the first Test, leading 1-0 in the two-match series

Pakistan had scored 240 runs in the first innings of the Brisbane Test.
Australia scored 580 runs in the first innings
The guest team went out at 335 in the second innings
Babar Azam scored a century in the second innings

Dainik BhaskarNov 24, 2019, 01:19 PM IST Sports Desk. Australia defeated Pakistan by an innings and 5 runs in the first Test being played in Brisbane. With this victory, the hosts have taken a 1-0 lead in the two-match series. Babar Azam scored a century in the second innings for Pakistan. But even he could not avoid the team's defeat. In the first innings, the visiting team was able to score 240 runs, while in the second innings they were all out at 335. Australia had scored 580 runs in their first innings.

Babar Azam's century also could not prevent Pakistan's defeat, for Pakistan, Babar Azam scored a century in the second innings. He scored 104 runs off 173 balls. During this, he also scored 13 fours. While wicketkeeper Mohammad Rizwan also scored an innings of 95 runs off 145 balls, he missed the first Test century.

Pakistan lost by innings and 5 runs
In the Brisbane Test, Pakistan scored 240 runs in the first innings. While Australia scored 580 runs. The hosts had a lead of 340 runs on the basis of first innings. Except for Azam and Rizwan in the second innings, no Pakistani batsman could score big. The entire team managed to score 335 runs and the host team won the match by an innings and 5 runs. In the second innings, Australia's Josh Hazlewood took 4 wickets, while Mitchell Starc got 3 and Pat Cummins got 2 wickets.
 

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