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Target has been set to 370 to be chased by Pakistan

0 Views January 26, 2017
Target has been set to 370 to be chased by Pakistan

Australia piled up some stunning score runs for the opposing Pakistani team in its fifth and final one-day match, at Adelaide Oval on Thursday.

Junaid khan and Hasan Ali took two wickets apiece while Mohammad Amir and Wahab Riaz had one each their name.

According to some sources, it is said that it was expected that Australia will definitely dominate the match. In fact the Australian team dominated with just one man down till 41st over, after which the team had fallen. However the damage was done by the Australian team before the fall of the wickets.

Actually opener David Warner shone as he blasted his career best 178 runs. The classic Knock included 19 fours and five sixes.

In fact the dropped on zero and 130, warner made Pakistan pay for their poor catching on his 128-ball assault at the Adelaide Oval. According to the hosts mistakes of their catches they have let the Australian team go ahead of them.

The in-form 30-year-old set the tempo in the record 284-run stand with stop-gap opening partner Head, who went on to make 128, his maiden one-day century.

Actually the in-form player from Australia who was the opener could have been dismissed from the first ball of the match. However due to the mistakes of the Pakistani team members especially airborne Azhar Ali spilled the catch off Muhammad Amir.

The opener was eventually caught at point off Junaid Khan who dismissed home captain Smith in the same over.

Head, who was content to play second fiddle to Warner, hit three sixes in his 137-ball knock and was one of five Australia wickets to fall in the final six overs of their innings.

His opening counterpart Travis Had was not far behind with 128 runs to his name.

Australia faced their first loss when they stood at 284 runs and Warner was caught by Baber Azam on Junaid’s ball.

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