Pakistan find themselves in such a dominant position on the third day of the second Test against Australia in Abu Dhabi, one could have forgiven middle-order batsman Azhar Ali for being a tad too casual.
Earlier in the day, both overnight batsmen, Travis Head and Aaron Finch, started off confidently, showing good enough intent to not get bogged down.
No Test side in history has ever successfully chased a fourth-innings target greater than 418.
It's not only been this series where they have been poor, its been the case for last 10 years where the performances have been below par.
Left-arm paceman Hamza's maiden Test wicket was a peach, angling away from the left-hander and clipping off stump.
Pakistan take self-humiliation to new level as Azhar Ali is dismissed hilariously
Pakistan declared their second innings at 400-9 with Babar Azam (99), Sarfraz Ahmed (81) and Azhar Ali (64) the main run getters. Wellington wicketkeeper Lachie Johns nonchalantly took off the bails as both batsmen were on the ground.
A "brain fade" has been blamed for one of the most weird dismissals in cricket history after a Pakistani batsman failed to run.
Sarfraz was on 33 in Pakistan's second innings on Wednesday in Abu Dhabi when a Peter Siddle bouncer struck his helmet.
The first Test ended in a draw in Dubai last week. Yasir didn´t get the wickets, but he bowled just as well.
But on a day that began with news Khawaja had torn the meniscus in his left knee, the Australians looked drained and down for the count.
But the sense in the Australian camp is Khawaja has avoided serious injury and may yet bat, although his time off the field prevents him from batting higher than No.7.
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"It was just something in warm-up". "We keep having these collapses and we keep talking about it", he said.
"Right or wrong, I know where to go and my focus is to go step to step and whatever happens around me doesn't bother me".
During the ninth over of the morning session, Azhar Ali's run out in a weird way while batting on 64 runs is unbelievable for spectators.
Mitchell Starc soon retrieved the ball and threw it back to wicketkeeper Tim Paine, who ran Ali out, leaving the Pakistani duo looking stunned and sheepish.
'It's just a mistake from the batsman, ' Lee said.
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"First of all it was disappointing. we laughed about it afterwards".