Michael Vaughan would 'poop his pants' facing Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Abbas

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Abu Dhabi - Medium pacer Mohammad Abbas took his maiden ten-wicket haul in a match to fire Pakistan to a 373-run win over Australia in the second Test in Abu Dhabi on Friday.

Pakistan batsman Azhar Ali has had a colossal brain fade during the second cricket test against Australia, losing his wicket courtesy of a farcical runout.

Abbas became 15th Pakistan bowler to take a 10-wicket match haul in Test cricket.

Khawaja, who batted for nearly nine hours in Dubai last week to earn Australia a draw in the first Test, may need to undergo surgery on his meniscus tear and could be sidelined for eight weeks.

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With the T20 series against Pakistan opening the tour in Abu Dhabi at the end of the month, swiftly followed by three one day internationals, Black Caps selector Gavin Larsen said they had no choice but to repace Guptill in the squad. He scored 94 runs in the first innings and 81 runs in the second innings.

Travis Head's nick to Abbas on 36 in the seventh over of the day sparked a woeful collapse of 4-7 in 26 balls.

Labuschagne and Mitchell Starc (28) dug in for a sixth-wicket stand of 67, only for Pakistan leg-spinner Yasir Shah (3-45) to then strike twice in five balls, trapping Starc and Peter Siddle (3) lbw, albeit the delivery to remove Siddle was shown to have pitched outside leg stump.

"No doubt he's highly skilled and doesn't miss the spot too much".

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Marnus Labuschagne, playing his second Test, grafted his way to 43, but was dismissed shortly after lunch as he top-edged a short ball from Abbas to substitute wicketkeeper Mohammad Rizwan.

The 31-year-old did not field on day three after twisting his left knee awkwardly during a throwing drill in the warm-up.

The morning session started on a sour note for both teams, with Pakistan skipper Sarfraz Ahmed taken to hospital after being struck on the helmet while batting and Khawaja ruled out with a knee injury that is likely to require surgery.

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