On Day 4 of the second Test in Karachi, Australia set Pakistan a record fourth innings goal of 506 and then limited the home side to 104 for two at Tea. Pakistan, struggling to remain in the game after surrendering a gigantic first innings lead of 408, would need to put up an incredible effort to deny Australia a 1-0 lead in the three-match Test series. And so, it has been with captain Babar Azam, who is presently leading the team from the front. The star batsman and opener Abdullah Shafique added 138 runs for the third wicket. Azam has a score of 80, whereas Shafique has a score of 64. Their efforts assisted Pakistan in reaching 159/2 in the last session of play.