Australia are bowled out for 261 before Pakistan build a lead of 370 on day three of the second Test in Abu Dhabi.
Pakistan have reached 61-2 at the close of play on day three of their second Test against Australia, leaving them 370 runs ahead.
Having reached 239-8 at tea, Australia were dismissed early in the evening session for 261, but the home side elected not to enforce the follow-on.
Top scorer Mitchell Marsh (87) was the first to fall, edging an Imran Khan ball to Rahat Ali, heading back to the pavilion 13 runs short of a century.
Peter Siddle followed in the next over before Mitchell Starc had managed to get off the mark, leaving the tourists 309 runs short of their opponents' first-innings total.
However, it did not take Australia long to remove Pakistan's opening batsmen as they swiftly reduced the hosts to 21-2.
Ahmed Shehzad added just 14 before Mitchell Johnson removed his off-stump, and the fast bowler sent Mohammad Hafeez back to the pavilion.
Younis Khan reached 16 before stumps, while Azhar Ali will resume on 21 when play resumes tomorrow.
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