Pakistan knuckle down in fight to save pink-ball Test

Australia's batsman Steven Smith plays a shot in front of Pakistan's wicketkeeper Sarfraz Ahmed on the third day of their day-night first Test match, in Brisbane, on December 17, 2016Pakistan were in a backs-to-the-wall struggle to save the day-night first Test as Australia took a strangle-hold on the third day at the Gabba on Saturday. At the close, the tourists were hanging in at 70 for two with Azhar Ali not out 41 and 112-Test veteran Younis Khan not off the mark after facing 19 balls. Pakistan trailed by 419 runs.

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