A standout performance came from Matt Renshaw, who demonstrated his batting prowess by remaining unbeaten with a score of 136 runs from 337 balls
On the third day of Pakistan’s four-day match against the Australian Prime Minister's XI, the Men in Green bowlers managed to secure only two wickets.
The PM's XI, which had begun their day three at 149-2 in response to Pakistan's 391-9 in Canberra, continued their impressive performance. By the end of the day's play, they had reached a total of 367-4 in 141 overs.
A standout performance came from Matt Renshaw, who demonstrated his batting prowess by remaining unbeaten with a score of 136 runs from 337 balls. His innings included eight fours and a six, contributing significantly to the PM's XI total.
In terms of bowling contributions for Pakistan, after Khurram Shahzad and Abrar Ahmed each took a wicket on day two, it was Faheem Ashraf and Imam-ul-Haq who claimed one wicket each on the third day.
Despite their efforts, the PM's XI continued to dominate the proceedings, building a solid foundation in response to Pakistan's first-innings total.