Pakistan lost against Australia in Day Night Test

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ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 29: Azhar Ali of Pakistan gestures to his team mates as they decide whether to review an umpire decision during day one of the 2nd Domain Test between Australia and Pakistan at Adelaide Oval on November 29, 2019 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images)

Pakistan lost by an innings and 48 runs on the fourth day of the second day-night Test match against Australia. With this win, the host team swept the 2 match series 2-0. Australia has defeated Pakistan by an innings for the second consecutive time in this series. With this victory, Pakistan won the 2-match series and has been ranked 176th in the world championship.

This is Pakistan’s second defeat at the Adelaide ground white it is the 14th consecutive Test defeat in Australia. This is the record of successive defeats in any country. Before this, Bangladesh was the worst-performing spam-record, having lost 13 consecutive Test matches between 2001 and 2004 on its own land.

This is Pakistan’s second defeat at the Adelaide ground white it is the 14th consecutive Test defeat in Australia. This is the record of successive defeats in any country. Before this, Bangladesh was the worst-performing spam-record, having lost 13 consecutive Test matches between 2001 and 2004 on its own land.

This is Australia’s fifth consecutive series win against Pakistan at home and each time the Kangaroos have cleared Pakistan. Australia opener David Warner hit a triple century with a strong performance. He played unbeaten innings of 335 runs. David Warner became the first batsman to score a triple century at the Adelaide Oval ground in Australia. Earlier in the year 193, the legendary Don Bradman scored an unbeaten 299 runs against South Africa. Warner also scored the best in the ICC Test Championship.

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