Nathan Lyon removed half-century threatening players Shan Masood and Asad Shafiq, pulling Australia closer to victory in the second Test against Pakistan.
The fourth day of the Test match played in Adelaide started with a loss of 3 for 39 of Pakistan, where Shan Masood scored 14 runs and Asad Shafiq scored 8 runs
Both batsmen were forced to return to the pavilion by the Australian spinner, where Asad Shafiq scored 57 and Shan Masood scored 68.
The team has scored a total of 302 runs on follow-up so far in return for a huge target of 589, thanks to a stunning 335 for batsman David Warner.
Pakistan will still have to score another 248 runs to give Australia the chance to bat and also fail in the second innings.
Pakistan score 167 runs in a loss of 5 players till tea break in a second follow-up