• BATSMEN
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    8.3 banged in, short and wide... and Warner has flubbed it straight to third man! Wahab strikes, his 15th wicket of the tournament to go joint third. Warner has gifted him this one, though, was trying to use the pace but really just hung the bat out and steered an uppercut to the fielder, decent low catch from Rahat who ran in a good way 49/2
    2.3 pitched up, this jags back at Finch and raps him on the pads, Sohail implores for the decision... and Dharmasena gives it! Finch, after a brief conversation with his partner, asks for the review but it only takes a quick look to release this was foolishness. Not much footwork and the ball zipped in with the arm, past the inside edge as he played to leg, and it was crashing into the woodwork halfway up. The finger points skywards for a second time and Pakistan celebrate to the heavens 15/1
    26.4 fuller, on the stumps, Smith flicks and misses - given! Adil's appeal was almost a lone one, though Sarfraz also went up, Dharmasena gave it some thought before raising the finger. Australia have used their review, so Smith has to trudge off, having looked impenetrable for the last couple of hours. Looked like it would have clipped leg, fairly innocuous ball, Smith not quite as focused as he had been 148/4
    10.4 gottim! The short ball works, Clarke dollies it to forward short leg! Don't you love it when a plan comes together... That was well-directed from Wahab, not quite a snorter but awkward enough for a man with an antique spine, rising towards the helmet grill and Clarke can only pop it up off the splice, floats into the hands of the catcher. Maqsood hurls the ball at the floor and screams in delight. Pakistan are in this 59/3
    not out
    64
    114
    66
    7
    1
    96.96
    not out
    44
    37
    29
    5
    2
    151.72
    Extras
    9 (w 9)
    TOTAL
    216/4 (33.5 Overs, RR: 6.38)
    BowlingOMRWEcon0s4s6sWDNB
    Sohail Khan7.505717.27268120
    Ehsan Adil5.003116.20184100
    Rahat Ali6.003706.16215010
    Wahab Riaz9.005426.00273160
    Shahid Afridi4.003007.5072000
    Haris Sohail2.00703.5050000
    Fall of wickets:1-15 (AJ Finch, 2.3 ov), 2-49 (DA Warner, 8.3 ov), 3-59 (MJ Clarke, 10.4 ov), 4-148 (SPD Smith, 26.4 ov)

Match Notes

Early Blows

11

Wickets lost by Pakistan in the first 10 overs during this World Cup. West Indies are the only Test nation to lose more (13).

Tied for now

4-4

Pakistan's win-loss record against Australia in World Cups. Pakistan is 1 of 2 teams who have not lost more than they've won.