Lunch: Pakistan off to a great start against Australia on day one

Lunch: Pakistan off to a great start against Australia on day one

Asad Shafiq and Haris Sohail then went on to score a partnership of 69 runs on the fifth wicket.

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Pakistani batsman Haris Sohail was allowed to remain at the crease after the video review deemed the ball had hit the pad more than three metres down the pitch.

The all-important stand was broken by debutant Marnus Labuschagne, who made Shafiq his maiden global victim. "My mother told me last night that she wanted to see me scoring a century today". Australia still trail Pakistan by 452 runs.

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Pace workhorse Peter Siddle gave Australia an early breakthrough when he bowled Abbas for one with a hint of reverse swing but it was otherwise a session of toil without success for Tim Paine's men.

Finch dropped Ahmed in the first slip but made amends through a direct throw at the non-striker's end to run out the Pakistan captain.

Off-spinner Nathan Lyon was quick to make an impact with the new ball but was denied the wicket of Sohail by the DRS.

Pakistan handed a debut to allrounder Bilal Asif, while Mohammad Hafeez returned to the Test side after a two-year absence.

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