Pakistan were pegged back by Australia on the third day of the second Test thanks to this weird run out from Mitchell Starc.
The moment was not missed by the Twitterati with the majority calling Azhar Ali's run out the "most weird run out" in cricketing history.
Khawaja, who has scored a match-saving 141 in the first Test, is now a doubt for the start of the home series against India, which begins in Adelaide on December 6.
Australia face the challenge of overcoming a 137-run first innings deficit.
Australia's bowlers failed to press their advantage after Lyon's brilliance, and the 145 put on in reply was their fourth-lowest first innings total in Asia.
Though reports confirmed that the batsman hadn't re-torn his anterior ligament, which had kept him out for as many as seven months in 2014, his meniscal tear would require surgery.
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She then rang the doorbell, knocked on the door and sprinted away, leaving the little boy standing clueless in front of the door. They said that the youngster appears to be unharmed, and that he is now under Child Protective Services custody.
"It's bitterly disappointing, no doubt", Paine said.
Travis Head's nick to Abbas on 36 in the seventh over of the day sparked a woeful collapse of 4-7 in 26 balls. Abbas then had Mitchell Marsh lbw on 5 when Pakistan successfully went for a video referral against umpire Richard Illingworth's not out decision.
Aussie legend Shane Warne says only four players from the Aussie team that crashed to a series defeat against Pakistan are safe for the first test of the Aussie summer. Starc, who was chasing the ball, collected it and wasted no time in throwing it back to the keeper Tim Paine.
Australian rookie Marnus Labuschagne was run out after his own lapse on day two.
Australia entered the two-Test series focused on the threat of leg-spinner Yasir Shah, although he managed just eight wickets.
Asad Shafiq will lead the Pakistan side in his absence while Mohammad Rizwan will be the wicket keeper.