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Pakistan Vs Australia Test Series 2014 Reminder



So welcome to the first video of CricToon as he presents you his analysis and reminder of Pakistan Vs Australia Test Series 2014. It was Crictoon from CricEtic’s office as he remembered a series win in a remarkable Misbah era. This was CricToon's first day on the job and from now on he will be presenting you some amazing cricket facts, some nice reviews, and will tell you what happened on a certain day in the fields of cricket and will tell you some amazing cricket news as well.

Pakistan Vs Australia Test Series Reminder:

And in today’s video he takes you 4 years back in the heat of UAE. It was 3rd November 2018 when Pakistan handed Australia a thrashing to win their first series against Australia in 2 decades. Winning a series after 20 years is a long time. It is just not that they won the series against mighty Aussies, but the way they won it was also remarkable.
 

Pakistan Vs Australia - Some New Heroes:

The first test match was won by 221 runs and the second test match was won by 356 runs. And these test matches were won without their ace spinners. There was no Saeed Ajmal and no Abdur Rehman. Saeed Ajmal was suffering a ban due to an illegal bowling action. So there was a chance for a new comer and Yasir Shah made most of this chance. Yasir Shah grabbed the chance with both hands as he burst onto the scene claimimg 12 wickets in the Pakistan Vs Australia series 2014. He was well supported by the left-arm orthodox bowling of Zulfiqar Babar.


Pakistan Vs Australia - Old Guns Firing

Then was the turn of the captain Misbah-ul-haq to make his mark. He broke the record of Sir Vivian Richards, becoming the fastest test centurion. He scored the hundred in just 56 deliveries smashing the Australian bowlers out of the ground. Steve Smith's part time leg spin suffered the most as the straight boundary was taken for liking.

Younis Khan scored twin centuries in first test and then scored a double ton in the second match of the series. Not only Misbah and Younis, Azhar Ali also scored twin hundreds in the second test. Sarfraz Ahmed also made an impact with his glove work as well as while batting. It was by far one of the best Pakistan Vs Australia series, and a series in which Pakistan played some most dominating cricket. So all in all it was a remarkable series and one of the highlights of the Misbah era.

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