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BRISBANE – Pakistan were 131 for two at tea and trailing Australia by 358 runs on the fourth day of the day-night first Test at the Gabba on Sunday.

At tea break, which was taken early as rain loomed over the Gabba, Azhar Ali was unbeaten on 61 with veteran Younis Khan not out on 40.

The highest winning run chase in the fourth innings at the Gabba stands at 236 for seven by Australia, with the highest-ever Test run chase of 418 for seven set by the West Indies against Australia in Antigua in 2003.