Holland, Pakistan vs Australia, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 match, scorer: Warner, Australia won Australia win

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Holland, Pakistan vs Australia, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 match, scorer: Warner, Australia won Australia win.

Australia
307/10 (OV: 49.0) / (RR – 6.27)
Pakistan
266/10 (OV: 45.4) / (RR – 5.86

Australia vs Pakistan LIVE SCORE, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Match Update: Pakistan’s resistance has come to an end with skipper Sarfaraz getting run out as they get bowled out for 266. Australia take home a 41-run win.

Australia vs Pakistan LIVE SCORE, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Match Preview: Mohammad Amir will hope to enjoy another landmark occasion in Taunton when Pakistan face Australia there in their World Cup match on Wednesday.

The group fixture at southwest county Somerset’s headquarters sees Amir back at the ground where he made his return to first-class cricket in England three years ago. http://technicalguruvideo.com/

Amir was the rising star of world cricket when his career came to a stunning halt during a Lord’s Test in 2010 after both he and new-ball partner Mohamed Asif were caught bowling no-balls on the orders of then Pakistan captain Salman Butt as part of a newspaper sting operation.

The trio all received five-year bans from cricket and jail terms.

That same 2010 season had seen Amir produce a superb display of swing bowling in taking three for 20 as Pakistan dismissed Australia for just 88 on the first day of a ‘neutral’ Test at Headingley.

Those skills remained intact as Amir marked his 2016 return to the first-class game in England in 2016 with a haul of three for 36 against Somerset at Taunton.http://technicalguruvideo.com/

All three wickets — including that of former England opener Marcus Trescothick — owed much to late swing.

The intervening years have not been easy for Amir, however, and he almost missed what is his first World Cup after taking just five wickets in 14 matches before a recent one-day international series in England.1http://technicalguruvideo.com/

Amir did not bowl in the washed-out first match against England and missed the last four games with chicken pox. England won the series 4-0.

But having been left out of Pakistan’s preliminary squad for the World Cup, the 27-year-old made it into the final 15.

His World Cup debut was a rare Pakistan highlight after they slumped to 105 all out against the West Indies, with Amir taking three for 26 in a seven-wicket loss at Trent Bridge.

He was in the wickets again at the Nottingham ground, but this time in a winning cause, with two for 67 as Pakistan surprisingly beat tournament favourites England by 14 runs last week.

But Pakistan’s progress was checked by a total washout against Sri Lanka at Bristol.

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Quite a game of cricket it was! Especially for Pakistani fans. Must have taken them through different range of emotions. Pakistan started poorly but them came back strongly with the ball to restrict Australia to 307 despite David Warner scoring 107. Imam ul Haq and Mohammad Hafeez looked comfortable in chase only for a middle order collapse to ruin everything. At the end, Hasan Ali and Wahab Riaz gave Pakistan some hope with useful cameos but they failed eventually. That’s it from our side for tonight. We will see you all tomorrow for India vs New Zealand match. Good night!

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