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… Pakistan 410 runs short of their unlikely victory target of 465.By Nick MulvenneySYDNEY, Australia (Reuters) – David Warner clubbed the second fastest half -entury in Test history to help fire Australia to the verge of a 3-0 series sweep over Pakistan at the Sydney Cricket Ground yesterday.The tourists were 55 for one at close of play on the rain-disrupted fourth day of the third Test, still 410 runs short of their unlikely victory target of 465.In-form opener Azhar Ali, who had made 11 not out, and nightwatchman Yasir Shah, unbeaten on three, were at the crease at stumps, after debutant Sharjeel Khan had chipped the ball to a midwicket fielder for 40 off spinner Nathan Lyon.Warner needed just 23 balls to score his half-century — two more than the record set by Pakistan skipper Misbah-ul-Haq against the Australians in Abu Dhabi in 2014 — to help the hosts knock off 241-2 before declaring after tea.Steve Smith (59), Usman Khawaja (79 not out) and Peter Handscomb (40 not out) also poured on the runs after Warner was dismissed for a swashbuckling 55 off 27 deliveries.“The way the guys batted today, especially Davy of course, to get those runs as quickly as possible and do some pretty unselfish batting, got us in the position we are in now,” said paceman Josh Hazlewood, who took 4-55.“The wicket’s still pretty good, but I think there’s enough there to create nine more chances, if it’s reverse swing or spin.”Earlier, after the opening session was washed out for the second day in a row, Younus Khan completed an imperious 175 not out before running out of partners as Pakistan were dismissed for 315, still 223 behind Australia’s first innings 538-8.Australia started the day with the bad news that they had lost opener Matt Renshaw for the rest of the match because of a concussion after he was hit on the helmet while fielding on Thursday.WARNER BLITZKhawaja opened in his place but spent his first 40 minutes mostly a spectator as Warner, who on Tuesday become the first batsman to score a century in the opening session of a Test in Australia, again laid waste to the Pakistan bowlers.Warner slapped a four over midwicket from the first ball he faced and had added 10 more boundaries by the time Wahab Riaz removed his off bail some 42 minutes later.In one stunning over, the left-hander smashed spinner Yasir for two sixes and two fours from the first four deliveries before adding a single off the fifth for good measure.Younus’ knock had, by contrast, been a necessarily gritty affair as his team collapsed around him.The 39-year-old, who on Thursday completed a set of centuries in each Test-playing nation, batted for 443 minutes and faced 334 balls, scoring 18 fours and three sixes.Pakistan had resumed on 271-8 after the rain delay and thwarted the Australians for more than an hour until Yasir (10) and Imran (0) departed within three balls of each other.“We want to finish this Test series on a good note, so I think it will be better for us if we show some fight,” Younus said.“It will not be easy because (its) the fifth day … in Sydney and they have two spinners and good fast bowlers as well. It is our wish that we finish this Test match on a good note.”AUSTRALIA 1st innings 538 for 8 decl. (M. Renshaw 184, D. Warner 113, P. Handscomb 110) PAKISTAN 1st innings (o/n 271-8)Az. Ali run-out (Starc, Handscomb) 71Sh. Khan c Renshaw b Hazlewood 4B. Azam lbw b Hazlewood 0Y. Khan not out 175Misbah-ul-Haq c sub. b Lyon 18A. Shafiq c Smith b O’Keefe 4S. Ahmed c sub. b Starc 18M. Amir c Warner b Lyon 4W. Riaz b Lyon 8Y. Shah c Smith b Hazlewood 10I. Khan b Hazlewood 0Extras: (b-3) 3Total: (all out, 110.3 overs) 315Fall of wickets: 1-6, 2-6, 3-152, 4-178 ,5-197, 6-239, 7-244, 8-264, 9-315.Bowling: M. Starc 26-7-77-1, J. Hazlewood 27.3-7-55-4, S. O’Keefe 20-3-50-1, N. Lyon 33-3-115-3, H. Cartwright 4-0-15-0.AUSTRALIA 2nd inningsD. Warnerb Riaz 55U. Khawaja not out 79S. Smith c S. Ahmed b Shah 59P. Handscomb not out 40Extras: (b-3, lb-3, nb-1, w-1) 8Total: (for 2 wickets decl, 32 overs) 241Fall of wickets: 1-71, 2-174.Bowling: I. Khan 6-2-43-0, Y. Shah 14-0-124-1, W. Riaz 7-0-28-1 (nb-1, w-1), Az. Ali 5-0-40 -.PAKISTAN 2nd innings (Target: 465 runs)Az. Ali not out 11Sh. Khan c Warner b Lyon 40Y. Shah not out 3Extras: (nb-1) 1Total: (for 1 wicket, 16 overs) 55Fall of wickets: 1-51.Bowling: M. Starc 4-0-18-0 (nb-1), J. Hazlewood 5-1-8-0N. Lyon 5-0-27-1, S. O’Keefe 2-1-2-0.
Published on March 16, 2013 at 7:55 pm Contact Jacob: [email protected] | @Jacob_Klinger_ The score sheet seemed like a lie. Derek Maltz and JoJo Marasco contributed one goal apiece, but Syracuse knocked off the No. 5 team in the country, 13-8.“We’ve told these guys since day one, right guys?” SU head coach John Desko said, turning to midfielders Scott Loy and Hakeem Lecky. They both nodded.“I don’t think anybody can cover Hakeem one-on-one on our team, and Scott’s just been getting better and better,” Desko said.The score sheet didn’t lie. Lecky, who hadn’t scored all year, and the unheralded Loy crucially boosted the Orange to victory over Johns Hopkins. As the Blue Jays closed off SU’s main threats, Lecky and Loy made them pay, painfully proving once again that the Orange attack is much more than Marasco and an inside game of Maltz and Luke Cometti.Johns Hopkins head coach Dave Pietramala said he talked to his players all week about shutting down Cometti, calling him the best off-ball player in the country, adding his players needed to stay focused on Orange cutters. But the Blue Jays put up blinders to the rest of SU’s offense, and paid dearly for it.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“We just got so tied up with our own guys that we saw Hakeem Lecky get his first two goals of the year off of dodge with no slide,” Pietramala said.Loy was timely, stemming the tide of JHU’s comeback attempts. He and Lecky had scored back-to-back goals nearly within a minute of each other in the first quarter as SU buried Hopkins 6-1 in the opening frame.After the Blue Jays pulled within three midway through the second quarter, Loy stunted their momentum, chucking in a 15-yard shot with 6:52 left in the half.With JHU within three again in the closing minutes of the third quarter, Tucker Durkin tripped Loy, drawing a flag. Loy somehow kept the ball, scrambled to his feet, dodged fast and ripped a shot in from the left hash mark to extend the lead to 11-7.Pietramala praised Loy after the game as a “big, strong athlete.”And while Loy closed the door on Hopkins, the greatest gain for the Orange may be the boost to Lecky’s confidence. The redshirt sophomore had shot 11 times so far this season — none had gone in.Though Lecky brushed off the notion of any building pressure, he comfortably looked forward to his future role in the Orange’s ever-expanding offense.Said Lecky: “I don’t compare or try to rush anything, I just try to keep the offense moving.” Comments Related Stories Lamolinara relieves Wardwell, stars in 2nd half of win over Johns HopkinsCOMPLETE CONTROL: Syracuse beats Johns Hopkins at own game, in transition 13-8 winYoung shuts down Johns Hopkins’ leading scorer Benn in Syracuse debut Facebook Twitter Google+