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Pakistan claim famous win(Series finishes all-square after dramatic climax at Headingley)

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Pakistan claim famous win(Series finishes all-square after dramatic climax at Headingley)

Post by aqib on Sun Jul 25, 2010 3:02 am

Pakistan have ended a run of 13 successive Test defeats to Australia after clawing their way to a nervy three-wicket victory at Headingley.
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Pakistan celebrate their first Test win over Australia since 1995

Pakistan began day four needing just 40 more runs to win with seven wickets in hand, however Ricky Ponting's side pushed them all the way with a spirited fightback.

Doug Bollinger and Ben Hilfenhaus both claimed early breakthroughs, but Kamran Akmal (13) got the scores level before Umar Gul hit the winning runs to prompt wild celebrations.

The result levels the two-Test series at 1-1 and ends Pakistan's 15-year wait for a Test success over Australia.

The morning began in dramatic fashion when Azhar Ali (51) was dismissed just one ball after registering his maiden Test match half-century.

The Pakistan right-hander edged Bollinger (3-51) through to Tim Paine in the second over, with Pakistan still 34 runs from victory.

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