The southpaw surpassed Don Bradman and Mark Taylor's highest scores of 334 and looked comfortable to break the record of highest individual Test score (400) set by the West Indies batting legend Brian Lara before Australia skipper Tim Paine declared the innings with Warner unbeaten on 335.
The first test against New Zealand is a day-night affair in Perth, followed the Boxing Day Test in Melbourne and the series finale in Sydney from January 3.
CA is yet to enter into formal discussions with India about whether their series in Australia next summer will include one or more pink-ball Test matches, though both Roberts and the CA chairman Earl Eddings have commented positively about the fact the BCCI have at last scheduled a home pink-ball Test, the recent match against Bangladesh in Kolkata.
Legendary batsman Brian Lara stated that he wished Australian opener David Warner to try to break his world file Take a look at rating of 400, that he obtained in opposition to England in 2004.
Warner´s triple century was the highlight while Labuschagne shored up his burgeoning reputation by making 162 to go with the 185 he made in the first Test at Brisbane.
After suffering failures for five successive matches in the 2019 Ashes, David Warner proved once again that in Australian conditions, he is as good as any other player. At the time of writing this article, Pakistan was 39/3, trailing by 248 runs with 7 wickets in hand and Masood (14*) and Shafiq (8*) at the crease.
The dominance continued with the ball, although with Lyon taking over from the quicks as the main threat.
"We lacked in all departments in both Tests but we take some positives", he said.
Shaheen Afridi became his fifth victim, caught at mid-off by Hazlewood on the last ball before dinner. This time around, they sent a young pace attack without any senior bowler to guide them.
Pakistan is desperate for Australia's Test cricketers to end their two-decade absence from the country, captain Azhar Ali says.
"I thought the way our bowlers backed up, kept on coming".
It was his 16th five-wicket haul and his first against Pakistan, who have lost all four Tests they have played this year after two defeats to South Africa in January.
New Zealand have only won one series in Australia, led by Richard Hadlee in 1985-86, and haven't won a test on Australian soil since 2011 in Hobart.