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

 Australia saved it’s best for when it was necessary in the final minutes, unleashing an attack to take dpink cowgirl boots neon shoes yours photography cake smash photography wedding catering rose gold wedding bandown Pakistan in the second semi-finals of the T20 World Cup in Dubai and secure a spot in the final on Sunday. New Zealand.

 The chase for 177 was an edgy match, Australia required 68 of the final six overs, and it was very much losing for Pakistan on Thursday.

 Matthew Wade plundered 41   eorzea collection non traditional wedding dresses fashion nova men fashion pulis reddit frugal male fashion off just 17 balls with three sixes an inning off Shaheen Afridi. He clinched his fifth wicket win and earn a place in Sunday’s final.

 With just 22 to go in the last two balls, Pakistan were still on course to reach its third T20 World Cup final.

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

 “It was an excellent game of cricket,” Australia captain Aaron Finch declared as his team remained focused on winning the world’s only major trophy that they have not won.

 “The manner in which Matthew Wade kept his nerve was incredible, and that collaboration with Marcus Stoinis (40 not out) was crucial.”

 Veteran batsman David Warner also played a important role in the game, scoring 49 before he was snared by leg spinner Shadab Khan, who took four wickets to score 26 runs.

 “The manner we started the second half, we were able to get the number we were looking for,” said Pakistan cyberpunk fashion astoria greengrass bts fashion eboy fashion fashion fix witchy fashion fashion cycle menhera fashion skipper Babar Azam after the game. “But we didn’t give them much of a chance at the end of the chase. This might have made the difference had we caught Wade.

 Australia faced a traumatic start when Shaheen trapped Finch leg just before wicket zero as the Pakistan-dominated crowd became a riot.

 Mitchell Marsh supported the in-form Warner as he continued to strike from one end.

 But spinner Shadab increased the heat in the seventh over to send Marsh out for 28.

 The leg spinner picked up one wicket in each of the four overs given to him to get rid of Steve Smith (5 runs), Warner (7 runs) and Glenn Maxwell (7 runs) as Australia lost half of their squad in 96.

 Warner was sent back into the dressing room after having struck three fours and three sixes during his 30-ball stay. But replays revealed that there was not any contact with the batsman.

 “Happy to chip in”

 Wade and Stoinis have guided the Australians to their second T20 World Cup semi final and the dream of winning their first title.

 Wade admitted that he felt at ease when he took Marcus out in the field even though he was uncertain.

 “He discovered the boundaries very early and I was delighted to contribute at the end.”

 Put in to bat, Pakistan got off to an impressive start, with Rizwan (67) and captain Azam (39) in an 71-run duo for the first wicket.

 Leg-spinner in form Adam Zampa   yoyo fashion planet fashion ajmera fashion fashion designer salary celebrity mafia who is tom felton dating finally made a breakthrough after he took Babar out of the way, he was caught at long-on after his 34-ball knock coupled with five fours.

 Rizwan did not relent and smashed Zampa for six runs, enabling him to become the first cricketer in T20 internationals to score 1,000 runs within the course of a calendar year.

 He was saved from a smash on the helmet’s grill from a quick bouncer from Pat Cummins as the physio was on hand to conduct a concussion test and the batsman was smiling.

 Fakhar Zaman was in the last winner of the 2009 championship, with an unbeaten 55 off 32 ball.

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