David Warner leads Australia's reply by hitting an unbeaten 75 as the team reach 113 without loss against Pakistan, who lead by 341 runs.
David Warner has hit an unbeaten 75 to help boost Australia's reply to 113 without loss on the end of day two of the first Test against Pakistan in Dubai.
The Aussies dismissed Pakistan all out for 454 following impressive displays from Younis Khan (106) and Sarfraz Ahmed (109) over the last two days.
While the Australian bowlers were frustrated over the course of the day, Pakistan's run-rate was relatively low as wickets began to tumble down the order.
Opening batsmen Chris Rogers and Warner took to the crease after Nathan Lyon claimed the wicket of Rahat Ali for a duck shortly after the tea break.
It was a solid start from the pair as Warner stormed to a Test half-century and reached stumps having hit 75 from 71 deliveries, while Rogers also remains unbeaten on 31.
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