Australia's David Warner surpassed Don Bradman's highest Test score with a magnificent unbeaten 335 on day two against Pakistan.
Australia batsman David Warner joined illustrious company by making a Test triple-century.
After making an unbroken 294 alongside David Warner, Australia's Marnus Labuschagne described his time at the crease as "real fun".
As they did in the first Test, David Warner and Marnus Labuschagne scored centuries to leave Australia in charge against Pakistan.
Pakistan will host Tests for the first time in a decade next month, and their opponents Sri Lanka will be at full strength.
Tim Paine cheekily suggested Australia will have to see if Virat Kohli gives them permission to play India at the Gabba next year.
Australia drew first blood in the Test series, with the hosts outclassing Pakistan in Brisbane.
Marnus Labuschagne's emotion took over when he ended his wait for a first Test century on his home ground.
Australia took a huge step towards winning the first Test against Pakistan in Brisbane.
A carefully crafted century from David Warner suggests a return to form for a batsman who, by his own admission, flopped in the Ashes.