In the first T20, Pakistan defeated Australia easily

In the first T20, Pakistan defeated Australia easily

In the first T20, Pakistan defeated Australia easily
In the first T20, Pakistan defeated Australia easily


Abu Dhabi: In the first Test against T20, Pakistan beat Australia by 66 runs.
The Australian captain won the toss and was invited to bat first Pakistan in the game played at Sheikh Zaid Stadium in Abu Dhabi. Farhad Zaman and Babar Azam started the innings by scoring 32 runs for the first wicket, proud of Zulfiqar Zaman, who scored 14 on the individual score, followed by the second wicket on Mohammad Hafeez. He made 73 runs partnership with Babar Azam and scored the score to 105 but Mohammad Hafeez left for 39 runs.

Opener Babar Azam wickets on one-wicket and while on the other hand, the bat and the batsmen were on one side, Asif Ali 2, Hussein Talal 9, Fahim Ashraf Zero, Captain Sarfraz Ahmed Zero, Shadab Khan A and Omad Waseem Zero. gone. In the last Odyssey, Hasan Ali got 22 runs paired with Babar Azam and team's total to 155 runs. Babar Azam 68 and Hasan Ali remained out for 17 runs. Six Pakistani players could not even enter double feathers.
Australia scored three wickets by Stan Luck and Andrew Tie, while one of the wickets came in the part of Zampa and Short.

Due to the excellent bowling of the national bowlers, the batting line of the Kangaroo failed completely after the target and the entire team scored 89 runs. Al-Waseem scored the first innings of the pavilion for zero and short, After which Max wicket fell on Fahim Ashraf's ball on 2 wickets while Prakash Zaman scored McDermot on zero.

The fifth outgoing batsmen were the batsman, who was on the run with Umad Waseem when Lane became 14 runs and Fahim Ashraf got clean bold on the ball, seventh out Batsman Eger were scored by 19 runs on Hasan Ali's wicket. Sarfraz Ahmed got back, Shahpoor Afridi showed Pelin's path when the last out-of-the-batsman Collator Niels bowled on Shadab Khan's ball, scoring 34 runs.

In the first T20, Pakistan defeated Australia easily

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