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See Babar Azam’s Response When Saim Ayub Gives David Warner a Lifeline by Dropping a Sitter

<p>Pakistan’s performance in the current Test series against Australia is still lacking. On the second day of the third Test at the Sydney Cricket Ground, their carelessness was evident.</p>
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<p>Saim Ayub of Pakistan, who was standing in the slips, gave David Warner a lifeline by dropping a dolly. The mistake happened in Australia’s first innings in the fourteenth over.</p>
<p>Ayub’s teammates were dismayed at his error.</p>
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<p>After seeing Ayub miss a clear opportunity, former Pakistan captain Babar Azam, who was positioned at the second slip, placed his palm over his face.</p>
<p>When Warner was granted a reprieve, he was hitting at 20.</p>
<p>However, the Australian left-hander only scored 14 more runs until Agha Salman removed him from the game. Babar finished off a nice grab this time to send the opener back to the locker room.</p>
<p>Standing ovations were given by the Sydney audience to the retiring Warner.</p>
<p>In response to Warner’s dismissal, Australia captain Pat Cummins said, “It was a pretty good ball he got there.” “Whenever he walks out to bat, he always manages to pull himself up and looks like a guy on a mission. He’ll definitely get to bat for another inning to add a couple more runs.</p>
<p>Warner, who is still eligible to bat in his last Test match’s second innings, has amassed almost 8700 runs in this format since making his debut in 2011.</p>
<p>The 37-year-old has amassed 26 Test hundreds so far.</p>
<p>Returning to the third Test, Australia finished Thursday’s shortened second day at 116 after losing two wickets. Pakistan’s first-inning total of 313 runs still stands 197 runs ahead of the hosts.</p>
<p>At 23, Marnus Labuschagne and Steve Smith are both undefeated.</p>
<p>that’s annoying to lose some light and then have some rain start to settle in, but I believe we’re getting accustomed to that here in Sydney every year, said Cummins.</p>
<p>Australia is up 2-0 in the three-match Test series vs Pakistan.</p>

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