Australia tour of Pakistan, 1959/60 / Scorecard

Australia in Pakistan Test Series - 1st Test

Pakistan v Australia

Australia won by 8 wickets

Pakistan 1st innings R 4s 6s
Hanif Mohammad b Mackay 66 0
Ijaz Butt c †Grout b Davidson 0 0 0
Saeed Ahmed c Harvey b Davidson 37 0
W Mathias c & b Benaud 4 0
DA Sharpe run out 56 0
Wazir Mohammad c Meckiff b Benaud 0 0 0
Imtiaz Ahmed b Davidson 13 0
Israr Ali st †Grout b Benaud 7 0
Shujauddin not out 2 0 0
Fazal Mahmood* b Benaud 1 0 0
Nasim-ul-Ghani b Davidson 5 0
Extras (b 5, lb 1, nb 3) 9
Total (all out; 105.5 overs) 200 (1.88 runs per over)
Fall of wickets 1-3 (Ijaz Butt), 2-75 (Saeed Ahmed), 3-82 (Mathias), 4-145 (Hanif Mohammad), 5-146 (Wazir Mohammad), 6-170 (Imtiaz Ahmed), 7-184 (Sharpe), 8-191 (Israr Ali), 9-193 (Fazal Mahmood), 10-200 (Nasim-ul-Ghani)
Bowling O M R W Econ
AK Davidson 23.5 7 42 4 1.76
I Meckiff 10 2 33 0 3.30
RR Lindwall 15 1 31 0 2.06
R Benaud 38 10 69 4 1.81
KD Mackay 19 12 16 1 0.84
Australia 1st innings R M 4s 6s
CC McDonald lbw b Fazal Mahmood 19 0
LE Favell b Israr Ali 0 0 0
RN Harvey b Fazal Mahmood 96 0
NC O'Neill b Nasim-ul-Ghani 2 0 0
PJP Burge c †Imtiaz Ahmed b Nasim-ul-Ghani 0 0 0
R Benaud* lbw b Nasim-ul-Ghani 16 0
KD Mackay b Fazal Mahmood 7 0
AK Davidson lbw b Israr Ali 4 0
ATW Grout not out 66 85 7 0
RR Lindwall lbw b Fazal Mahmood 4 0
I Meckiff b Fazal Mahmood 2 0 0
Extras (lb 9) 9
Total (all out; 78.5 overs) 225 (2.85 runs per over)
Fall of wickets 1-0 (Favell), 2-51 (McDonald), 3-53 (O'Neill), 4-53 (Burge), 5-112 (Benaud), 6-134 (Mackay), 7-143 (Davidson), 8-151 (Harvey), 9-189 (Lindwall), 10-225 (Meckiff)
Bowling O M R W Econ
Fazal Mahmood 35.5 11 71 5 1.98
Israr Ali 23 5 85 2 3.69
Nasim-ul-Ghani 17 4 51 3 3.00
Shujauddin 3 0 9 0 3.00
Pakistan 2nd innings R 4s 6s
Hanif Mohammad b Benaud 19 0
Ijaz Butt b Mackay 20 0
Saeed Ahmed b Mackay 15 0
W Mathias lbw b Mackay 1 0 0
DA Sharpe lbw b Mackay 35 0
Wazir Mohammad lbw b Benaud 5 0
Imtiaz Ahmed b Mackay 4 0
Shujauddin not out 16 0
Israr Ali b Benaud 1 0 0
Fazal Mahmood* c & b Mackay 4 0
Nasim-ul-Ghani c McDonald b Benaud 0 0 0
Extras (b 7, lb 5, nb 2) 14
Total (all out; 100.3 overs) 134 (1.33 runs per over)
Fall of wickets 1-32 (Hanif Mohammad), 2-57 (Saeed Ahmed), 3-62 (Ijaz Butt), 4-68 (Mathias), 5-81 (Wazir Mohammad), 6-94 (Imtiaz Ahmed), 7-117 (Sharpe), 8-128 (Israr Ali), 9-133 (Fazal Mahmood), 10-134 (Nasim-ul-Ghani)
Bowling O M R W Econ
AK Davidson 11 3 23 0 2.09
I Meckiff 3 1 8 0 2.66
RR Lindwall 2 0 5 0 2.50
R Benaud 39.3 26 42 4 1.06
KD Mackay 45 27 42 6 0.93
Australia 2nd innings (target: 110 runs) R 6s
CC McDonald not out 44 0
LE Favell c & b Israr Ali 4 0
RN Harvey b Fazal Mahmood 30 0
NC O'Neill not out 26 0
Extras (b 3, lb 3, nb 2) 8
Total (2 wickets; 48.1 overs) 112 (2.32 runs per over)
Did not bat PJP Burge, R Benaud*, KD Mackay, AK Davidson, ATW Grout, RR Lindwall, I Meckiff
Fall of wickets 1-12 (Favell), 2-65 (Harvey)
Bowling O M R W Econ
Fazal Mahmood 20.1 4 52 1 2.57
Israr Ali 9 0 20 1 2.22
Nasim-ul-Ghani 10 2 16 0 1.60
Shujauddin 8 4 12 0 1.50
Saeed Ahmed 1 0 4 0 4.00
Match details
Toss Australia, who chose to field
Series Australia led the 3-match series 1-0
Test debut DA Sharpe (Pakistan)
Umpires AA Qureshi and KA Saeed
Close of play
Fri, 13 Nov - day 1 - Pakistan 1st innings 146/4 (DA Sharpe 35*, Wazir Mohammad 0*)
Sat, 14 Nov - day 2 - Australia 1st innings 125/5 (RN Harvey 80*, KD Mackay 4*)
Sun, 15 Nov - day 3 - Pakistan 2nd innings 74/4 (DA Sharpe 8*, Wazir Mohammad 3*)
Mon, 16 Nov - rest day
Tue, 17 Nov - day 4 - Australia 2nd innings 64/1 (CC McDonald 28*, RN Harvey 29*)
Wed, 18 Nov - day 5 - Australia 2nd innings 112/2 (48.1 ov) - end of match
 
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Series Results
Pakistan v Australia at Karachi - Dec 4-9, 1959
Match drawn
Pakistan v Australia at Lahore - Nov 21-26, 1959
Australia won by 7 wickets
Pakistan v Australia at Dhaka - Nov 13-18, 1959
Australia won by 8 wickets
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Nov 14, 1959

Colin McDonald bats against Fazal Mahmood, Pakistan v Australia, 1st Test, Dacca, 2nd day, November 14, 1959

Colin McDonald bats against Fazal Mahmood

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