Former Pakistan all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez praised Abdullah Shafique's remarkable effort against a superior bowling attack in the Test series. The veteran all-rounder praised his performance and stated that the only positive aspect of the series for Pakistan is Abdullah Shafique, who has scored the most runs in the series thus far. The former cricketer, who has a lot of experience as an opening batsman, stated that Abdullah Shafique is the "only gain in this historic series so far." The rest is history in terms of draw games.

It's worth noting that Abdullah Shafique, who has only recently begun his red-ball career, showed his talent in all three games in the series. At Pindi Cricket Stadium, the young opener hit 44 and 136* in the first and second innings, respectively.

In the Karachi Test, he and Babar Azam saved the match by scoring 13 and 96 runs respectively, while in the last Test, he scored 81 runs and a critical 150-run partnership with Azhar Ali. Australia, on the other hand, has made a spectacular return by limiting Pakistan to 268 players. Mitchell Starc and Pat Cummins threw down the gauntlet in the last session of day three, dismissing seven Pakistani batters in the space of 20 runs.