Australia Vs Pakistan , World Cup 2019 Match 17 - Live Score, Full Scorecard, Commentary

15:00 PM Jun 12, 2019 ,The Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton
Pakistan
266 (45.4)
vs
Australia
307 (49.0)

Match Ended,Australia beat Pakistan by 41 runs

02
nd Innings Pakistan
BATTING
R
B
4s
6s
Imam-ul-Haq c Alex Carey b Pat Cummins
53
75
7
0
Fakhar Zaman c Kane Richardson b Pat Cummins
0
3
0
0
Babar Azam c Kane Richardson b Nathan Coulter-Nile
30
28
7
0
Mohammad Hafeez c Mitchell Starc b Aaron Finch
46
49
3
1
Sarfaraz Ahmed run out (Glenn Maxwell)
40
48
1
0
Shoaib Malik c Alex Carey b Pat Cummins
0
2
0
0
Asif Ali c Alex Carey b Kane Richardson
5
8
0
0
Hassan Ali c Usman Khawaja b Kane Richardson
32
15
3
3
Wahab Riaz c Alex Carey b Mitchell Starc
45
39
2
3
Mohammad Amir b Mitchell Starc
0
2
0
0
Shaheen Afridi not out
1
6
0
0
Fall of Wickets
1-2 (Fakhar Zaman, 2.1 ov), 2-56 (Babar Azam, 10.5 ov), 3-136 (Imam-ul-Haq, 25.1 ov), 4-146 (Mohammad Hafeez, 27 ov), 5-147 (Shoaib Malik, 27.3 ov), 6-160 (Asif Ali, 30 ov), 7-200 (Hassan Ali, 33.5 ov), 8-264 (Wahab Riaz, 44.2 ov), 9-265 (Mohammad Amir, 44.4 ov), 10-266 (Sarfaraz Ahmed, 45.4 ov)
BOWLING
O
M
R
W
Pat Cummins
10
0
33
3
Mitchell Starc
9
1
43
2
Kane Richardson
8.4
0
62
2
Nathan Coulter-Nile
9
0
53
1
Glenn Maxwell
7
0
58
0
Aaron Finch
2
0
13
1
01
st Innings Australia
BATTING
R
B
4s
6s
Aaron Finch c Mohammad Hafeez b Mohammad Amir
82
84
6
4
David Warner c Imam-ul-Haq b Shaheen Afridi
107
111
11
1
Steve Smith c Asif Ali b Mohammad Hafeez
10
13
1
0
Glenn Maxwell b Shaheen Afridi
20
10
2
1
Shaun Marsh c Shoaib Malik b Mohammad Amir
23
26
2
0
Usman Khawaja c Wahab Riaz b Mohammad Amir
18
16
3
0
Alex Carey lbw b Mohammad Amir
20
21
2
0
Nathan Coulter-Nile c Sarfaraz Ahmed b Wahab Riaz
2
3
0
0
Pat Cummins c Sarfaraz Ahmed b Hassan Ali
2
6
0
0
Mitchell Starc c Shoaib Malik b Mohammad Amir
3
6
0
0
Kane Richardson not out
1
1
0
0
Fall of Wickets
1-146 (Aaron Finch, 22.1 ov), 2-189 (Steve Smith, 28.4 ov), 3-223 (Glenn Maxwell, 33.4 ov), 4-242 (David Warner, 37.5 ov), 5-277 (Usman Khawaja, 42.1 ov), 6-288 (Shaun Marsh, 44.3 ov), 7-299 (Nathan Coulter-Nile, 46.2 ov), 8-302 (Pat Cummins, 47.3 ov), 9-304 (Alex Carey, 48.3 ov), 10-307 (Mitchell Starc, 49 ov)
BOWLING
O
M
R
W
Mohammad Amir
10
2
30
5
Shaheen Afridi
10
0
70
2
Hassan Ali
10
0
67
1
Wahab Riaz
8
0
44
1
Mohammad Hafeez
7
0
60
1
Shoaib Malik
4
0
26
0
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Cricket World Cup 2019 POINTS TABLE

Team
P
W
D
L
PTS
7
6
0
1
12
6
5
1
0
11
5
4
1
0
9
7
4
0
3
8
7
3
1
3
7
6
2
2
2
6
6
2
1
3
5
6
1
1
4
3
7
1
1
5
3
7
0
0
7
0

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