Pakistani Fielding Blunder Leaves Greats Gobsmacked as Tourists Bowl First After Winning Toss

Catches win matches, and this might hold true for Pakistan in the second Test against Australia. The team might regret a dropped catch by Abdullah Shafique at first slip. Captain Shan Masood elected to bowl first, but a dropped catch gave David Warner a life, letting him off on just 2 runs. Former cricketers expressed disappointment and shock at the poor fielding. The tourists made the unexpected decision to bowl first after Australia won the toss. Pakistan have made three changes, leaving out injured Khurram Shahzad and dropping Sarfaraz Ahmed for Mohammad Rizwan. On the other hand, Australia have fielded an unchanged XI for the match, with Scott Boland unable to secure a spot in the team. Regardless, Australian captain Pat Cummins is hopeful and ready for the Boxing Day Test.