The & # 39; Rawalpindi Express & # 39; Shoaib Akhtar found an excavation in the best-ranked Pakistan after being whitewashed in the second consecutive series on Friday. Australia grabbed an emphatic ten-wicket win over Pakistan in the third T20 and handed Pakistan their second set of defeat in two months. Previously, Pakistan was confronted with a red face by Sri Lanka at home, ten years after the international cricket returned to Pakistan. The number one T20 side in the world has managed to win only one game out of 10 games played in 2019, a worrying sign prior to the upcoming T20 World Cup in Australia next year.
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Shoaib Akhtar investigates Pakistan
The tour from Pakistan to Australia was controversial, even before the team left for the Down Under, where former skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed was fired and replaced by Babar Azam as the T20 skipper. Because the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) had problems with Shoaib Malik and Mohammad Hafeez, Pakistan was forced to adopt a new approach – a youth-dominated party was chosen for the Australia series. However, Pakistan's attempts to reverse their fortune failed miserably and Shoaib Akhtar, who was a keen critic of the Pakistani side, went to Twitter to view the number one T20. Through Twitter, Shoaib Akhtar cryptically indicated that Pakistan was going down in their homeland under the powerful Australians.
Down & Under, Down Under.
If you know what I mean.
– Shoaib Akhtar (@ shoaib100mph) November 8, 2019
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Australia registers an extensive victory
It was a walk in the park for Australia after skipper Aaron Finch had won the pitch and chose to cast first. Premier Aussie-pacer Mitchell Starc put the visitors on the back foot with two wickets in two balls of his beautiful inswinging deliveries. He first caught Pakistani skipper Babar Azam perpendicular to the wicket and then cleared up wicket-keeper batsman Mohammad Rizwan of the next delivery to leave the Men In Green on 15/2 before Imam-Ul-Haq followed in some time. Apart from Iftikhar Ahmed, none of the Pakistani batsmen could show any resistance. Ahmed played cameo innings of a 37-ball 45 when Pakistan managed to place 106/8 in their 20 overs. In response, the Aussies reached the target without breaking a sweat at a 109-run opening position between David Warner and Aaron Finch. The Aussie skipper remained unbeaten on a 36-ball 52 with a stroke speed of 144.44 that included four limits and two maximums, while Warner did not remain on a 35-ball 48 with a stroke speed of 137.14 including four limits and three sixes as hosts the goal reached well in the 12th with all 10 wickets in hand.
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