Australia need seven wickets to whitewash Pakistan

Australian cricket legend Mark Taylor says'Pakistan have to learn from Australia

Australian cricket legend Mark Taylor says'Pakistan have to learn from Australia

Warner surpassed Australia's previous second highest - former captain Mark Taylor's 334 not out against Pakistan in Peshawar in 1998 - shortly before Australia's declaration on Saturday. Warner was one run short of equalling the 336 not out amassed by England's Wally Hammond against New Zealand in Auckland in 1933.

A fired-up Cummins ended Yasir and Abbas's courageous ninth wicket rearguard at 87 runs with a brute of a short ball that pinged off Abbas's glove and went to Warner at gully.

The girls kept themselves entertained by playing with their tablet devices and at one point the cricketer, dressed in his whites, was seen untangling a cord for power bank to charge the tablet for Indi Rae.

Mitchell Starc avenged his Ashes disappointment to put Australia within seven wickets of a big win over Pakistan in the day-night Test at Adelaide Oval. Shah (66 not out) remained at the crease at tea when Pakistan were 213 for eight facing a likely follow on.

Azam and Yasir Shah are unbeaten on 43 and 4 runs respectively. However, Twitter sensed that it was due to Paine, Warner missed the opportunity to break Brian Lara's record of highest Test score.

"I still think it's more like a white ball than a red ball, so that's probably playing in my favour there", the bowler said.

'But it's just being disciplined.

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"I still can't understand why the 16-year-old hasn't played this game, Naseem", Ponting said.

Meanwhile, Warner himself had doubted whether he could make a triple ton in Tests, given that ICC had shared his old tweet in which he told a fan that he had no patience to bat that long, even in the longest format of the game.

Earlier in the day, Warner became the second Australian to smash a triple century after Matthew Hayden.

Flaying legspinner Yasir Shah for a run-a-ball, the man nicknamed "Bull" plundered 39 fours and a six from a dispirited Pakistan attack.

He was extremely fortunate to earn a reprieve as he slashed to gully from a Muhammad Musa no-ball on 234, but this was Warner at his free-flowing and aggressive best, and he celebrated reaching 200 and then 300 in typical fashion, bounding into the air with reckless abandon.

It was quickly 11 for two with Starc tempting skipper Azhar Ali into a thick outside edge and Steve Smith taking a quality catch just seconds before rain forced them off.

With Pakistan trailing by 287 runs, Australia chose to enforce the follow-on on day three of the second Test match here on Sunday.After resuming the day from 96/6, Pakistan managed to end their first innings on 302 with the help of Yasir Shah's ton.

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