Former Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq is miffed with the outcome of the game.

The first Test between Pakistan and Australia ended in a dull draw in Rawalpindi. Pakistan declared their first innings on 476/4 while Australia amassed 459.

There was hardly any time left for the result, with the home team scoring 252/0 in the second innings with Abdullah Shafique and Imam-ul-Haq scoring hundreds.

Pakistan have come under sharp attack from the former players for preparing the dead track for the opening match of the series. Former Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq is miffed with the outcome of the game.

“There was a lot of criticism over the condition of the wicket in this Test. I hope to see a better track in the next match,” said Inzamam on his official YouTube channel.

“It is bizarre to see a draw these days. I don’t even remember the last time we saw a Test like this, where we knew from the first day itself that it would be a draw. Take advantage of the home condition and don’t make a dead pitch.”

He lauded Australia but feels Pakistan can still win the series. “Australia adjusted well, but I believe Pakistan can win the series if they come up with the wickets that suit their strength.”

The second Test of the series will be played between March 12-16 in Karachi.

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