First test-Australia all out for 459 on the fifth day morning

 The Rawalpindi test match between Pakistan and Australia is heading for a  boring draw

Australia all out for 459 runs on fifth and final day of the first test between Australia and Pakistan at the Rawalpindi stadium. Pakistan wraps up the Australian innings within 30 minutes of morning session. Australia lost remaining three wickets in quick succession. Usman Khawaja top-scored for the tourists with a fluent 97 while Marnus Labuschagne (90), David Warner (68) and Steve Smith (78) also scored half-centuries.

 Pakistan gets 17 runs lead in the first innings. Left arm spinner Nauman Ali took 6 wickets for 107 runs. He is the only bowler from both sides who succeeded to make any impact on this dead pitch which hardly offered any assistance to bowlers. 
Pakistan scored 476 runs at the loss of 4 wickets in its first innings. It seems that this test match is heading for a boring draw. 

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