Pat Cummins was mighty impressed with the behaviour of the cricket fanatics during the game.

The first Test match between Pakistan and Australia ended in a dull draw as there was nothing for the bowlers.

However, fans were on their toes as Australia are playing in the sub-continent country after 24 years.

Despite the domination of the batters, the crowd cheered for the bowlers and were very welcoming towards the Aussies.

Pat Cummins was mighty impressed with the behaviour of the cricket fanatics during the game.

“The crowd was fantastic & even late in the day; I saw when Davey (Warner) & Smithy were at the fence, they were cheering them on. A really passionate crowd obviously for Pakistan, but really respectful and great to our players as well,” he said.

Meanwhile, it was a memorable game for Imam Ul Haq, who scored two consecutive hundreds in the game.

While Pakistan amassed 476/4d in their first innings, they were 252/0 in the second.

On the other hand, Australia managed 459 in their first innings on Pakistan soil after more than two decades.

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