DUBAI (AFP) - Australian opener Shaun Marsh will return home after injuring his left hamstring during the first day-night international against Pakistan, an official said Thursday. The 25-year-old left-hander, who had only just returned from a similar injury, was on four when he pulled his hamstring while diving to make a quick single during Wednesday's match. He briefly resumed his innings when Nathan Haurtiz came on as his runner before being run out for 16. Australia were eventually bowled out for 168, losing the match by four wickets. "Shaun has undergone scans this morning in Dubai which have shown a recurrence of the left hamstring injury he suffered during the Australian summer," Trefor James, the Australian team doctor, said on Thursday. Marsh will be replaced in the remaining matches by another left-hander Marcus North, after the second match here on Friday. The remaining three matches will be played in Abu Dhabi on April 27, May 1 and 3. The only Twenty20 match will be played in Dubai on May 7.