Ireland made to follow on after being 130 all-out

Ireland made a poor response to Pakistan making 310/9 and declaring.

Ed Joyce returns to the pavilion after being dismissed by Mohammad Abbas at the Malahide on Sunday.   -  Getty Images

After Pakistan declared its innings at 310/9, Ireland got off to a disastrous start--losing three wickets for five runs at lunch on the third day of its debut Test. The post-lunch session wasn't any better and, barring one good partnership for the eighth wicket between Boyd Rankin and Gary Wilson, it didn't offer any resistance to the pace and swing on offer from the Pakistan quicks.

It was bowled out for 130 in 47.2 overs in the first innings and, with a deficit of 180, was made to follow on.

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