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[Watch] Aamer Jamal Tricks Marnus Labuschagne With Unique 'No-Ball' On Day 2

image-lqyws0u5Aamer Jamal dismissed Usman Khawaja on Day 2 (x.com)

Pakistan speedster Aamer Jamal tricked Marnus Labuschagne with a unique no-ball when the two cricketers crossed paths on Day 2 of the third Test at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG).

Jamal, who had picked up the wicket of Australian opener Usman Khawaja, started off his next over without a ball in his hand. The cricketer completed his run-up only to stop at his bowling crease in order to search for the ball.

Aamer Jamal tricks Marnus Labuschagne

Aamer Jamal tricked Marnus Labuschagne late on Day 2 by completing his run-up without a ball in his hand. The incident occurred during the 46th over of the Australian innings when the 27-year-old Pakistan all-rounder was tasked to bowl his eighth over of the day.

Watch: Aamer Jamal plays mind games with Marnus Labuschagne

Aamer Jamal eventually concluded his over to Marnus Labuschagne with a maiden, with itself turned out to be the penultimate over of the day owing to bad light.

Earlier in the match, Pakistan batters piled up 313 in their first innings after visiting skipper Shan Masood had won the toss and opted to bat first. Mohammad Rizwan top-scored in the innings with an attacking 88 from 103 balls, while Jamal clubbed 97-ball 82 and defied Australia’s charged-up attack with a frustrating 86-run partnership for the final wicket with number 11 Mir Hamza.

The following day, Australia reached 116 at the expense of both their openers before bad light called for an early stumps. The hosts will resume their first innings on Day 3 trailing Pakistan by another 197 runs, with Labuschagne (23*) and Steve Smith (6*) still batting at the crease.

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