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ODI bowling winner

A leggie returns

Feb 19, 2010: Afridi began cricketing life as a bowler and now he seems finally to have come into full bloom as one

Osman Samiuddin

Pakistan v Australia, 1st ODI, Dubai

Clarke says Australia not in a spin

Apr 22, 2009: Michael Clarke has defended Australia's reputation against spin after Shahid Afridi's career-best figures gave Pakistan a 1-0 lead

ESPNcricinfo staff

Pakistan v Australia, 1st ODI, Dubai

A welcome win, no doubt

Apr 22, 2009: It really didn't matter that Pakistan chased down their target tonight with all the assurance of a one-legged man roller-skating in quicksand with his hands tied behind his back. It only mattered that they chased them down at all

Osman Samiuddin

Pakistan v Australia, 1st ODI, Dubai

Australians shine but in the wrong place

Apr 22, 2009: Australia's embarrassing defeat to Pakistan stemmed in part from a lack of experience and coincided with the free-scoring form of Gilchrist and Hayden in the IPL

Alex Brown

Pakistan v Australia, 1st ODI, Dubai

Afridi helps Pakistan draw first blood

Apr 22, 2009: A team desperate to erase painful memories of the security situation in their country felt at home in their new, adopted venue, with a four-wicket win against a struggling Australian side in Dubai

The Bulletin by Kanishkaa Balachandran

Pakistan v Australia, 1st ODI, Dubai

Comeback chance for Shoaib and Symonds

Apr 21, 2009: Preview to the first ODI between Pakistan and Australia in Dubai

S Rajesh
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Series Results
Australia v Pakistan at Abu Dhabi - May 3, 2009
Pakistan won by 7 wickets (with 18 balls remaining)
Australia v Pakistan at Abu Dhabi - May 1, 2009
Australia won by 8 wickets (with 34 balls remaining)
Australia v Pakistan at Abu Dhabi - Apr 27, 2009
Australia won by 27 runs
Australia v Pakistan at Dubai (DSC) - Apr 24, 2009
Australia won by 6 wickets (with 29 balls remaining)
Australia v Pakistan at Dubai (DSC) - Apr 22, 2009
Pakistan won by 4 wickets (with 35 balls remaining)
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