Australia firmly on top despite Yasir Shah's maiden ton

Candice could be seen in the stands hiding her emotion behind thick sunglasses which she momentarily removed to wipe away a tear as her controversial husband dominated on the pitch. However, the ball went past the willow while taking a thick edge.

Pakistan would hope for a miracle if they want to avoid a series whitewash against Australia as the Green Brigade were trailing by 248 runs with seven wickets in hand in their second innings before rain fored an early draw of stumps on Day 3 of the second and final Test here on Sunday. Despite being one of the most experienced cricketers in the series, he had a series to forget.

Babar Azam was on 43, with tailender Yasir Shah on four, the pair facing an improbable rescue mission. As I said yesterday, the last two weeks that I've played I've been very disciplined and I'm very happy with that'.

All this, eight months after completing a year-long suspension for ball-tampering that scandalised a nation and saw the former vice captain banned from leadership roles for life.

In the first game at the Gabba, the southpaw roared back to form by scoring a stunning 154 as Australia thrashed the visitors by an innings and five runs.

It was a treat for Test cricket fans at Adelaide on Saturday as David Warner mesmerized the audience with his maiden triple century in Test cricket while Pakistan were clueless about how to stop the run-machine.

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However, few may have anticipated Warner etching his name into the history books and overtaking Don Bradman, the man many consider to be the best to play the game, with the highest ever score at the famous old ground.

At Adelaide, 19-year-old Muhammed Musa was similarly culpable when he had Warner caught in the slips when on 226.

Starc took six wickets in the first innings, adding two more to his Saturday total of four, and then dismissed Azhar Ali in the second after Pakistan followed on.

He had a near-miss off the bowling of Marnus Labuschagne on 33.

It may have come against a youthful Pakistan side able to harness much on a pitch offering little for the bowlers, but the exuberance and variety with which he attacked the challenge of becoming the seventh Australian to score 300 provided a wonderful encapsulation of his qualities as a batsman.

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