Pakistan knew victory was theirs when Umar Gul trapped Michael Hussey in front, Pakistan v Australia, 2nd Twenty20, Edgbaston, July 6 2010 © Getty Images

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    Mike Hussey kept Australia in the game with 25 off 14 balls © Getty Images

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    Shoaib Malik held on to a chance near the boundary to get rid of Cameron White © Getty Images

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    Saeed Ajmal had David Hussey out caught and bowled, deceiving him with a doosra © Getty Images

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    Shahid Afridi lured Cameron White into an ill-judicious leg-side shot to have him caught on the boundary © Getty Images

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    Cameron White struck Afridi for a booming six down the ground © Getty Images

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    Promoted up the order, James Hopes played well for 30 but was undone by Shahid Afridi © Getty Images

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    Mohammad Aamer was mobbed by his team-mates after snaring Michael Clarke © Getty Images

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    Shoaib Akhtar generated good pace and removed Tim Paine in his opening spell © Getty Images

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    Mohammad Aamer struck early to remove David Warner for 1 © Getty Images

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    Michael Clarke took the attack to Pakistan early, making 30 off 17 balls © Getty Images

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    Mohammad Aamer accidentally collided with Michael Clarke in celebrating the batsman's dismissal © Getty Images

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    Shoaib Akhtar charged down the track to his second ball, only to be clean bowled © Getty Images

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    Pakistan had plenty of support in both Twenty20s at Edgbaston © Getty Images

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    Dirk Nannes was the pick of Australia's bowlers taking three wickets including Shahid Afridi for 18 © Getty Images

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    Shahid Afridi hit an enormous straight six off Mitchell Johnson, but fell soon after © Getty Images

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    Shoaib Malik could not quite get going, making just 12 off 16 balls © Getty Images

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    Umar Akmal was fearless again but could only make 25 before he fell to Dirk Nannes © Getty Images

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    Kamran Akmal got Pakistan off to a good start, collecting 33 off 25 balls © PA Photos