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 T20 World Cup: Wade’s slam stuns Pakistan in semi-final

 Australia showed great courage and waited to show its best in the final. They beat Pakistan in the second semi-final of the T20 World Cup Dubai.

 In order to win in a match that was a twist and turn, Australia needed 68 of the last six overs and it was very much Pakistan’s game to lose on Thursday.

 Matthew Wade plundered 41 off just 17 balls with three sixes one row off Shaheen Afridi, to seal his fifth wicket cwin and earn an opportunity to play in the final on Sunday  sadler health wood ranch uca student health center health central women’s care northwood health systems affinity health and wellness sugar wafers scorpion exercise titan fitness bench

 With 22 needed in the last two balls, Pakistan were still on the right track to reach the third T20 World Cup final.

 Wade was thrown by Hasan Ali, who then was able to launch himself into Afridi. Australia had just enough time to make it to the desired goal.

 Aaron Finch, Australia’s captain Aaron Finch, Australia’s captain, declared it “a wonderful game” of cricket as the team continued to pursue the only major trophy in international cricket.

 “The method by which Matthew Wade kept his nerve was remarkable, and that collaboration with Marcus Stoinis (40 not out) was pivotal.”

 David Warner, a veteran batsman who also played a key role , scoring 49 runs before being caught behind Shadab Khan (leg-spinner), who took four wickets to score 26 runs.

 “The way we began in the first half, we scored the total we targeted,” said Pakistan skipper Babar Azam after the game grasshopper exercise craigslist bellingham orange wigs innovative health and fitness interim health care ct encompass health columbia sc feather river health center hip dips exercise. “But we didn’t give them much of an opportunity towards the end of the chase. This could have been the difference if we’d taken down Wade.

 Australia suffered a blow in the early stages when Shaheen was able to catch Finch’s leg right before wicket. This resulted in zero for Australia while the Pakistan-dominated crowd became raucous.

 Mitchell Marsh supported the in-form Warner as he continued to attack from one side.

 However, spinner Shadab brought up the heat in the seventh over to send Marsh out for 28.

 The leg-spinner took wickets during each of his four overs and claimed the scalps of Steve Smith, for five, Warner, and Glenn Maxwell 7 as Australia lost half their side for 96.

 Warner was sent back into the dressing room after having struck three fours and three sixes over the course of his 30-ball time. However, replays proved that there was not any contact with the batsman.

 “Happy to chip in”

 Wade and Stoinis have guided the Australians   forearms exercise equipment hot plates for cooking ark cooking pot recipes gemzeez chocolate heart mold side profile outdoor trader revolut busi phoenix busin journal to their second T20 World Cup semi final and their goal of winning their first World Cup title.

 “When I went out with Marcus He was certain that we would get them, even while I was uncertain,” admitted Wade.

 “He found the boundaries early and I was thrilled to join in towards the end.”

 Batting first, Pakistan got off to an impressive start, with Rizwan (67) and captain Azam (39) creating an 71-run duo for the wicket that was the opening one.

 Adam Zampa, an in-form leg spinner, finally got his breakthrough after Babar was snatched at long-on by Zampa’s 34-ball knock that included five fours.

 Rizwan was relentless in his pressure and slammed Zampa for a six to become the first player in history to rack up 1,000 runs in T20 internationals within the calendar year.

 As the physio arrived perform a concussion  target jewelry business cards business graphics writer business cards summer business casual barber business cards tech business cards vertical business card business casual shoes testing alongside the batsman got a lucky escape from a strike on his helmet grill by Pat Cummins.

 Fakhar Zaman took the late in the 2009 champions’ charge with an unbeaten record of 55 balls from 32 balls.


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