Australia wicketkeeper Brad Haddin was forced to leave the field in the morning session on day two in Abu Dhabi, after diving to take a catch and jamming his shoulder into the ground.
Unbeaten hundreds by Younis Khan and Azhar Ali enabled Pakistan to reach a score of 304 for the loss of two wickets at stumps on the first day of the second Test against Australia at Abu Dhabi's Sheikh Zayed Stadium on Thursday.
As AB de Villiers has demonstrated many times, batting here is not hazardous once you get set, and Pakistan's batsmen are familiar with this ground. The Aussies will need to adapt quickly, but they should find the going a bit easier.
Pakistan find themselves leading a Test series against Australia, which is not something that's happened often this millennium, and they haven't won a Test series against the Aussies in 20 years.
Australia captain Michael Clarke has ruled out, categorically, that Steve Smith could bat at three in Tests in the near future, calling such plans a 'fantasy' at this point.