3rd T20: Australia beat Pakistan & Won The Match by 94 Runs

3rd T20: Australia beat Pakistan & Won The Match by 94 Runs. Pakistan heaviest defeat in twenty20 game that they lost series last final 3rd t20 match against Australia by 94 runs in Dubai on 10 September 2012. Pakistan won toss and chose to field but Australia team well play give 169 runs target to Pak when Pakistani team come to crease they lost early every wicket and his any player not stay for 2 or 3 overs ahead. so Pakistan won series but Australia beat and make 3-1 Pak vs Aus 2012 series debut.

At the time of writing this Pakistan is 54/6 after 13.4 overs, it’ll loose the match almost certainly. Australia will be happy with the outcome of this series, after being crushed in the first t20 they come back to tie the second one dealt Pakistan a deadly blow in the last one. Their performance has inclined with each match of the series while Pakistan’s has declined, if Pak batting continued in the same way they’ll certainly not go far in t20 WC, Ajmal alone can’t save them.

Australia crush Pakistan by 94 runs with Australian every player make record runs as David Warner & Shane Watson blasted the highest opening partnership by an Australian pair in Twenty20 internationals as Pakistan were set 169 for victory in the final match in Dubai. Warner & Watson both found their six-hitting rhythm & put on 111 for the first wicket, beating Australia’s record opening stand of 104, although Pakistan fought back with a string of wickets that kept the target from ballooning out of control.In the finish, Pakistan’s bowlers could be pleased with their efforts as Australia done at 168 for 7, having lost all seven wickets for 57 following the opening partnership. 3rd T20: Australia beat Pakistan & Won The Match by 94 Runs

But despite the work of the bowlers, again led by Saeed Ajmal with two for 19 from his overs, Pakistan still needed their highest successful chase in a Twenty20 international, their best win batting second having been the 165 they chased against Australia in the ICC World T20 in Johannesburg in 2007.Warner followed that with sixes off Raza Hasan in the next over, & then showcased his switch-hitting ability by changing to a right-handed position & slogging Ajmal over the left-hander’s cover for six. They raced to his half-century from 28 deliveries & Watson appeared destined for a fifty as well, until they hooked Yasir Arafat’s slower bouncer to short fine leg for 47 from 32 balls.

Their issue was that Warner & Watson clicked for the first time in the series. Pakistan’s fast bowlers helped them out with a few length deliveries that were dispatched to the boundary or over it early in the innings, & sixes thumped over midwicket by Watson in over from Shoaib Malik got the Australian innings moving.Arafat, included at the expense of Sohail Tanvir, also got rid of Warner, who skied a catch for 59 from 34 balls. After that, the Australians could not find the same kind of momentum, although Glenn Maxwell, promoted to No.3, struck hefty six in his 27 from twenty balls before they slog-swept Hasan to deep midwicket.other batsman managed a boundary: Michael Hussey, who scored 12 from 14 balls. It was to Pakistan’s credit that they ran through the middle order so effectively.

George Bailey was bowled for three when they tried to slog-sweep Ajmal; Cameron White was caught at long-on off Umar Gul for a four-ball duck; & Hussey was bowled in Ajmal’s last over.Daniel Christian was the final man out, caught behind off Gul (two for 30) in the final over, & the Australians done with Matthew Wade on 6 & Pat Cummins on one. Whether their 168 was remained to be seen, but they had at least given themselves a nice chance of avoiding a neat sweep.

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