Pakistan continue pressure on Australia

Pakistani bowler Zulfiqar Babar celebrates the dismissal of Australian batsman David Warner during the fourth day of the first test cricket match between Pakistan and Australia at Dubai International Stadium in Dubai on October 25, 2014
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Pakistan's bowlers continue to pressure Australia's batsmen at tea on the third day of the second Test.

Pakistan's bowlers continued to pressure Australia's batsmen as the Men in Green took another three wickets, limiting Australia to 239-8 at tea on the third day of the second Test.

Australia looked deflated at lunch after Pakistan's bowlers were in fine form, taking four wickets earlier in the day.

Mitchell Marsh put on a strong batting performance, passing his half-century and is currently sitting on 75 runs, but it doesn't look to be enough as his side trail Pakistan by 321 runs, with only two wickets remaining.

Mohammad Khan claimed the wicket of Michael Clarke as a reverse swinging delivery beat the Australian captain all ends up, bringing the end of Australia's best partnership.

Australia need to score another 132 runs to avoid the follow-on.

Pakistani bowler Zulfiqar Babar celebrates the dismissal of Australian batsman David Warner during the fourth day of the first test cricket match between Pakistan and Australia at Dubai International Stadium in Dubai on October 25, 2014
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