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Australia whitewash Pakistan in T20 series

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The last match of the series of three T20 matches between Pakistan and Australia was played in Perth in which Australia defeated Pakistan by 10 wickets.

The batting team first scored 106 runs while Australia needed 107 runs to win. Australia achieved the target with 11.5 overs to complete the match without losing a single wicket.



Facing Pakistan’s bowling attack, the Australian batsmen scored at an average of 9.21, while both of their opening batsmen were unbeaten. Captain Aaron Finch scored 52, with David Warner scoring 48.

Earlier, Pakistan’s batting line could not stand against Australian bowlers and the wickets continued to decline from time to time. At the end of the 20 overs, Pakistan team managed to score 106 runs while eight players were dismissed.

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The top scorer of the batting line-up was Iftikhar Ahmed, who faced 37 balls and scored 45 before being dismissed. In addition to Iftikhar, Imamul Haq remained the leading batsman with 14 runs, while no other batsman could enter the double-figure except these two players.

The players who got out Australian bowling attack, includes Captain Babar Azam, Imamul Haq, Wicketkeeper Batsman Mohammad Rizwan, Harris Sohail, Khushdal Khan, Emad Wasim and Shadab Khan, while Mohammad Amir and Mohammad Hasnain returned unbeaten pavilions.




Australia got 3 wickets for Ken Richardson while two wickets got by Mitchell Starc and Sean Abbott. Ashton Egger also managed to get one wicket.

Australia invites Pakistan to bat first after winning the toss in the last match of the three-match Twenty20 series between Pakistan and Australia.

Last Month Sri Lanka whitewashed Pakistan team in T20 matches in their own home ground.

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