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Aamer Jamal’s Debut Brilliance: Australia All Out for 487 Against Pakistan

Aamer Jamal shines on debut with six wickets as Pakistan bowls out Australia for 487 in the opening Test at Perth. Mitchell Marsh’s strong start halted at 90, while Khurram Shahzad claimed two wickets. Pakistan, aiming for their first Test series win in Australia since 1995, faces a challenging task ahead. Explore the detailed scoreboard and match highlights in this cricket update.

Aamer Jamal's Debut Brilliance: Australia All Out for 487 Against Pakistan

In Perth, Australia, on the second day of the first Test match against Pakistan, Aamer Jamal had a remarkable debut by taking six wickets. Australia, starting the day at 346-5, had David Warner making 164 runs on the first day. Mitchell Marsh and Alex Carey continued the innings.

During the game, Khurram Shahzad got two wickets, and Aamer Jamal stole the show with an impressive six wickets. Marsh, who was looking set for a century, got out for 90 just after lunch. Australia scored a total of 487 runs in their first innings.

Pakistan has never won a Test series in Australia and hasn’t won a Test match in the country since 1995. The scoreboard for Australia’s first innings is as follows:

  • Warner: 164 runs
  • Khawaja: 41 runs
  • Labuschagne: 16 runs
  • Smith: 31 runs
  • Head: 40 runs
  • Marsh: 90 runs
  • Carey: 34 runs
  • Starc: 12 runs
  • Cummins: 9 runs
  • Lyon: 5 runs
  • Hazlewood: 4 runs

The total score was 487 runs with all wickets falling. The bowlers for Pakistan were Shaheen Shah Afridi, Khurram Shahzad, Aamer Jamal, Faheem Ashraf, and Salman Ali Agha.

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Australia won the toss, and the umpires for the match were Richard Illingworth and Joel Wilson, with Michael Gough as the TV umpire and Javagal Srinath as the match referee.

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