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AUS vs. PAK CWC 2023 Highlights: AUS Wins by 62 Runs

AUS vs. PAK CWC 2023 Highlights: In a high-scoring ICC World Cup 2023 encounter, Pakistan, chasing Australia’s formidable total of 367/9, showed promise early on with a strong opening stand of 134 runs. However, their middle-order wickets fell at regular intervals, and they were eventually bowled out for 302 in the 45th over, resulting in a 62-run loss. Shaheen Shah Afridi was the last wicket to fall, caught at the boundary while attempting a big shot.

Earlier, Australia posted a commanding 367/9, with an opening partnership of 259 runs. Despite this, Pakistan’s Shaheen Afridi and Haris Rauf triggered a collapse in the middle order, limiting Australia’s total. Australia secured their first victory of the tournament, having previously suffered losses to India and South Africa. Pakistan, in contrast, had a tough outing against India and faced a flat track in Bengaluru. The match was crucial for both teams’ standings in the ICC World Cup 2023.

AUS vs. PAK CWC 2023 Highlights

  • After winning the toss, Pakistan’s captain Babar Azam decided to bowl first.
  • For Australia, the starting lineup included David Warner and Mitchell Marsh, while Shaheen Afridi led Pakistan’s offensive effort.
  • With some blazing deliveries in the opening overs, Shaheen Afridi made an effort to frighten the Australian openers.
  • But for the first 10 overs, Mitchell Marsh and David Warner had the game under control.
  • Against Pakistan, David Warner scored his 32nd half-century.
  • In the ICC World Cup 2023, Mitchell Marsh scored back-to-back second-half-centuries.
  • Mitchell Marsh and David Warner broke their respective limits to maintain control of the game.
  • Glenn Maxwell and Mitchell Marsh were the two wickets that Shaheen Afridi took consecutively.
  • Usama Mir dismissed Steve Smith.
  • David Warner eventually made his way back to the pavilion after his team scored 163 runs.
  • In the game again, Shaheen Afridi and Haris Rauf grabbed wickets at regular intervals.
  • Australia’s innings were not well-captured, and after 50 overs, they had reached 367/9.
  • Imam ul Haq and Abdullah Shafique, the two Pakistani openers, provided a strong start during the powerplay, scoring 59 runs in the first 10 overs.
  • Pakistan reached 131/0 in 20 overs because of Imam and Shafiq, who were undefeated the entire 20 overs.
  • Between 20 and 30 overs, Pakistan lost both of their openers as well as captain Babar Azam. After 30 overs, they had a score of 200/3.
  • Between the 30th and 40th overs, Pakistan continued to score runs but lost two vital wickets: Saud Shakeel and Iftikhar Ahmed. After 40 overs, their score was 272/5.
  • When Muhammad Rizwan was out in the 42nd over, Pakistan’s control over the match was completely lost. They lost the game by 62 runs after being knocked out for 305 in the 46th over.

AUS is now ranked fourth in the points rankings, while Pakistan has dropped out


PAK vs. AUS Result: As a result of today’s result, Australia has moved up to position four in the points standings with 4 points and a net run rate of -0.193. Pakistan has slipped to sixth place with a net run rate of -0.456 and 4 points. While Australia’s next match is on October 25 against the Netherlands, Pakistan’s next match is on October 23 against Afghanistan.

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