Azhar Ali's Comical Run Out Against Australia Leaves Twitter in Splits

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Fast bowler Mohammad Abbas had Usman Khawaja - who scored a fighting 141 to lead Australia's fightback for a draw in the first Test in Dubai last week - caught behind for his 50th Test wicket in 10 Tests. Tim Paine's Australia, bidding to win their first series in Asia since 2011, are unchanged from Dubai.

Pakistan batsman Azhar Ali was dismissed in the most freakish ways against Australia in the second Test at Abu Dhabi.Ali got an outside edge which ran down to third man and he thought that the ball had gone away for a boundary.

On Tuesday, Debutant opener Fakhar Zaman and Sarfraz missed hundred by six runs each but still revived Pakistan on the first day, after Pakistan found themselves reeling at 57/5 having won the toss and chose to bat first.

Fakhar Zaman (L) and Azhar Ali run between the wickets during day two of the second Test in Abu Dhabi on October 17, 2018.

Ahmed was, by far, more aggressive, and kept the scoreboard moving with constant rotation of the strike before his 129-ball knock was ended in which he hit seven boundaries. Both batsmen scored 94 runs each.

The Australian non-striker had watched the ball touch the bowler's hand as it passed him by, failing to put his bat down.

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England have often been on the rough end of Australian aggression, an approach which culminated in three players, including captain Steve Smith, being banned following the ball-tampering scandal in South Africa.

Australia's Marnus Labuschagne leaves after his dismissal against Pakistan on day two of the second test in Abu Dhabi.

Starc hit two sixes on the way to 34 and was the last man to fall, trapped lbw by seamer Mohammad Abbas who continued his superb series to finish with 5-33.

Abbas only made his Test debut in April 2017 but already has 54 wickets to his name. Muhammad Abbas' five-wicket haul helped Pakistan dominate.

Then, he followed it up with the wicket of Travis Head (14) and left Australia 56/4.