Pakistan overwhelmed mighty Australia by three wickets to achieve historic victory at Headingley ground on Saturday. Pakistan's long, long wait for a Test victory over Australia finally came to an end amid scenes of excruciating tension on the fourth morning at Headingley. They eventually crept home with three men still standing, as Umar Gul launched the winning boundary through the covers with the scores already level. Imran Farhat 67 and Azhar Ali 51, made significant contributions in Pakistan's second innings of 180. Pakistan's quest for their first Test victory over Australia since November 1995 was firmly on track by the close of an engrossing third day of the second Test at Headingley, thanks to a 110-run stand for the second wicket between Imran Farhat and Azhar Ali that soothed the nation's brow after another day of seismic fluctuations, during which Australia's never-say-die spirit shone through at the moments when their fortunes with both bat and ball were at an absolute nadir.