Australia will have to bat one and a half days to get these runs, if they do manage to get them.
Haris Sohail scored his maiden Test century on Monday as Pakistan piled up 482 runs in its first innings on the second day against Australia.
Australia suffered a dramatic collapse on the third day to hand the advantage back to Pakistan in the first Test in Dubai. He along with Imam-Ul-Haq gave Pakistan a flying start as they were 89 for no loss at lunch.
Asif, who had previously played three one-day internationals in 2015, came into his own after pacer Mohammad Abbas removed Finch following an opening stand of 142.
Australia named three debutants with batsmen Aaron Finch, Travis Head and Marnus Labuschagne coming into the team for its first test since the ball-tampering incident at Newlands, South Africa in March that saw captain Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft receive lengthy bans for their part in trying to change the condition of the ball with a piece of sandpaper.
His stats - just as impressive as Asif's - show that he conceded only 29 runs, took four wickets with an economy rate of 1.53 runs.
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Asif´s feats on debut had only been bettered by fast bowler Mohammad Zahid (7-66 vs New Zealand in Rawalpindi in 1994) and spinner Mohammad Nazir (7-99 against New Zealand in Karachi in 1969).
Asif has figures of 4-28 in 17 overs.
Khawaja hit eight fours before miscuing a premeditated sweep and was caught at short leg while Finch had five boundaries and a six in his knock.
But Sarfraz Ahmed's side, now leading by 325, remain strong favourites to take a 1-0 lead in the two-match series ahead of the second Test in Abu Dhabi next Tuesday.
Khawaja, the Pakistan-born batsman, improved upon his previous best score in Asia of 26, made against Sri Lanka at Galle in 2011, by reaching his 13th Test half-century. There were the odd LBW shouts and the occasional play and miss, but both Sohail and Shafiq looked largely settled on a track which had very little to offer to the bowlers.