But in reality, the ball stopped just short and was picked up by Mitchell Starc.
With Azhar Ali looking solid, having already reached his half-century on Day 2, Pakistan would have hoped for a big partnership between Ali and Asad Shafiq but instead the duo provided one of the most shocking moments in Test cricket.
Pakistan batsman Azhar Ali has been involved in one of the most freaky dismissals in Test match history after being run out while chatting mid-pitch to his partner.
Off-spinner Nathan Lyon took four wickets off six balls to catch Pakistan tottering at 77-5 at lunch on the first day of the second and final Test in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday.
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Tim Paine ripped the bails off to the absolute confusion of Azhar Ali.
Anderson said new Australia captain Tim Paine was "a genuinely nice guy" and was also complimentary about other team members.
This is as bad a run out as you'll ever see in global cricket.
"It's official. Marnus Labuschagne has been superseded as the dumbest batsman", the former Australian skipper said.
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The brain fade made Labuschagne's mistake on day two look tame in comparison.
"It was just one of those things, just a lapse of concentration for a second, and before you know it you're back in the sheds".
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.
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. Obviously I understand the element of predicting the path of the ball.
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