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Cricket tv-Pakistan whitewashed Australia in T20

Cricket tv-Pakistan whitewashed Australia in T20

Cricket tv-Pakistan whitewashed Australia in T20.

Top order shown. Babar Azam fined Pakistan’s fight against the FIFA. The rest bowled easily Sarfraz Ahmed’s team left Australia in the Twenty20 series after being whitewashed.

Pakistan won by 33 runs in the third and final T20 Australia were bowled out for a paltry 150 in their 150-run second wicket stand with 117 runs.

Left-arm spinner Shahbazada Farhana made a 93-run partnership for the team to stand on a firm footing at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium on Sunday.

Nathan Lynn breaks :

Nathan Lynn breaks the opening partnership of 39 runs in 38 runs, Batting for 50 runs in 40 balls, 5 fours and 1 chakkaya bowled Andrew Tie.

Pakistan could not make good use of the two openers However, Mohammad Hafeez’s unbeaten 32 and Shoaib Malik’s 18 for 18 in the 20th over took 150 runs.

Australia’s Mitchell Marsh took two wickets for 6 runs in the 19th over.

Alex Kerry, who scored a superb bowling in the previous two matches, made his debut for the West Indies with two sixes and four fours from Imam Wasim’s first over. However, the team starts from the over and over from the next over.

Short score:

Chris Lynn could not take the expected storm Shadab Khan ended his 15-ball innings with a catch. Ben McDermott stopped the run for the third time in the series.

Just Marsh goes to two rounds in the last seven batsmen. He returns to a chakkaya 21 to 24. Uthman Khan returned to Darcy Short for 10 runs in 15 balls. Australia could not play a full 20 overs in the end.

Shadab Khan won the match-winning streak with three wickets for 19 runs in the leg spin. Babar has won the series award for three matches in two Cricket.

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