Australia declared their first innings at 589 for 127 overs. This is the highest number recorded in a Day Night Test match. David Warner hit an unbeaten 335 with 39 fours and 1 six in 418 balls.

Australia batted in the second day’s Test against Pakistan in Adelaide. The Aussies declared 589 runs in their first innings with the help of David Warner’s magnificent triple century and Marnus Labuschagne’s century.

David Warner has come back after scoring the first triple of his career. Warner hit 300 runs in his 389-balls.

He is 31st in Test history and the 8th in Australia. He is also the second highest run-scorer in Test cricket for Australia.

Former captain Steve Smith, who has returned to cricket after being banned in a ball-tampering case, has set a record breaking record of 73 years.

Smith set the record for fastest 7000 runs. Smith set the record for England’s Wally Hammond (135 innings) by scoring 7000 runs in 126 innings.

Australia declared their first innings at 589 for 127 overs. This is the highest number recorded in a Day Night Test match. David Warner hit an unbeaten 335 off 39 balls and 1 sixes in 418 balls. The pair of Labuchagne and Warner had a great partnership of 361 runs.

Shahin Afridi took 3 wickets for Pakistan. Australia have already won by an innings and 5 runs in the first Test. Pakistan winning in the 2nd Test is difficult, at least the draw might be possible.

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