Third T20: Australia defeats Pakistan by 10 wickets

By Arhama Altaf - Web Editor

08th November, 2019

Australian team on Friday has once again defeated Pakistan by 10 wickets in the third and last T20 series played in Perth’s Optus Stadium.

According to details, Australia won the toss and invited Pakistan to bat first which proved to be the right decision.

The Australian bowlers, led by Mitchell Starc, kept the Pakistan team in trouble from the start and did not let any Pakistani batsman apart from Iftikhar Ahmed to play in the match.

No Pakistani batsman, except Iftikhar Ahmed (45) and Imamul Haq (14), entered the double figures.

For Australia, Ken Richardson took three wickets, San Abbott and Mitchell Starc secured 2, 2 wickets while Ashton Agar took one wicket.

Australian team had an easy target of 107 runs which was achieved by skipper Aaron Finch and fellow opener David Warner, in the 12th over.

Aaron Finch scored 52 while David Warner was unbeaten on 48.

With this victory, Australia claimed a resounding 10-wicket win over Pakistan in the third T20I in Perth to claim the three-match series 2-0.

Man of the Match award was given by San Abbott while Man of the Series award was given to Steven Smith.

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