[FLASHBACK] When Pakistan overcame Australia jinx
Australia was a bogey team for Pakistan in Test matches from 1995, but the Salman-Butt led team ended the 15-year jinx for their country at Headingley on 24 July 2010 when they won a drama-filled match by three wickets in the second Test to square the series.
Mohammad Amir and Mohammad Asif blew away Australia for 88 - their lowest first-innings total in 53 years.
Pakistan almost made a mess of chasing down the target of 180, but managed to get over the line in the first session on the fourth day (July 24) of the match. For the full scorecard, click here.
This match was also umpire Rudi Koertzen's swan song. [TAG: CYCSPL]
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