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Smith Handscomb Crush Sloppy Pakistan

Smith Handscomb Crush Sloppy Pakistan
Smith Handscomb crush sloppy Pakistan Smith picked up
104 balls to make 108, Handscom scored
the ball before scoring, scored 10 of them
Perth: Captain Steve Smith scored 82 points on Peter Hanscom, who made his debut in the unbeatable century and veteran of Australia ‘s intense 7 – win victory over a three – day international tournament with Pakistan on Thursday. Smith Handscomb crush sloppy Pakistan Smith picked up 104 balls to make 108, Handscom scored the ball before scoring, scored 10 of them, scored 82 Australian balls from 84 balls, and chased 265-3 to 265-3.  Hancock, who scored from a 3-0 defeat to Australia’s Pakistan in the last test series, is better than leading Australia with 183 games against Smith.

Babar was the fastest in the 21st ODI inning with a combined 1,000 points.

Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur failed to win a 2-1 away game in five consecutive games. In fact, the only real chance to really put pressure was to take the wicket early on, and we had almost the right to do it,” Arthur said. “When we are on the team, we are very disappointed because we can not afford that little game.”
Pakistan beat Pakistan by 263-7 after defeating Smith’s Tos during the half-century of Baba Yam (84) and Sharmel Kahn (50), defeating Pakistan on the WACA ground.
I like batting and scoring, it was good to get another big one, this is one of the best places for bats when you come in.” Smith recorded 11/4 and 6 at the 8th ODI century. “We were pretty bowling to limit the odds to 260 in the afternoon when we were 320 wickets. Junaid Khan and Mohammad Amir, left-handed fast-forward players, defeated Opener David Warner (35) and Usman Khawaja (9) in succession 45-2.

Running was added until Junaid found the outer edge of the bat of the Handscomb.

Junaid came close to removing the hands-free again, but substitute Mohammad Nawaz sat down. “I was lucky, but I was happy to have an opportunity,” Handscom said. “I just tried to move forward or backward using the foot to disturb the baller, and we had confidence in chasing this gun.” Smith pulled Hanscom Ali up to the midwicket boundary and raised a score of 100 before the right-hand seamer pulled the Handscomb glove into the diving wicket-keeper Mohammad Rizwan and broke the stand.
Prior to that, Pakistan could not keep up with Baar and Shagiel’s scoring pace.
“There was a platform to build the 300 Plus, but I missed the opportunity,” Captain Mohammad Hafiz said. “All of the ball is part of the game, but the effort was for the bowler.If you miss that opportunity there will always be pressure.Everyone has to listen to himself.The next two places [Sydney and Adelaide] will be right for us “
Opener Sharjeel announced a decisive start to Pakistan in half a century in 46 balls. The southpaw hit three consecutive bouts against Travis Head, but his next hand dragged his stun pro from Spinner.
Babar was assisted by 39-year-old Shoaib Malik and Umar Akmal, but Pakistan lost 3 Wickets in the last 10 games, scoring a modest 50 points.
Babar was dismissed at Josh Hazlewood when he pulled the ball toward Handscom from the deepest boundary of the mink.
Babar came in when Pakistan lost Hafeez (4) at the age of five and 49 at the second wicket with Sharjeel. He quickly lost Asad Shafiq (5), but he made a new partnership with Shoaib. Shoaib added 73 to the fourth wicket and he added Umar and 60 more.
The 22-year-old Babar also became the fastest pool member to join 1,000 clubs in 21 ODI innings, a member of the elite group of four other hitters, including the West Indies legend Viv Richards.
Hazelwood has written an excellent last magic to keep Pakistan from getting close to 300 points. He kicked off Harpiz, Babaar and Umar and finished 3-32 in his 10 over.

The fourth game is in Sydney on Sunday. Scoreboard Pakistan:

Mohammad Hafeez lbw b Hazlewood 4 Sharjeel Khan b Head 50 Babar Azam c Handsfree b Hazlewood 84 Asad Shafiq c Khawaja b Head 5 Shoaib Malik c Wade b Stanlake 39 Umar Akmal c Wade b Hazel Wood 39 Imam Wasim c Head b Cummins 9 Mohammad Rizwan not Out 14 Not Mohammad Amir 4.
Extras (LB-7, W-8) 15

TOTAL (7 weeks, 50 weeks) 263

Fall of WKTS: 1-36, 2-85, 3-99, 4-162, 5-222, 6-244, 7-246.

I did not bat: Hasan Ali, Junid Khan.

Bowling: Hemingway 10-0-32-3 (3 w); Stanlake 10-1-55-1 (2w); Cummins 10-1-42-1 (2w); Head 10-0-65-2; Faulkner 10-0-62-0.


D.A. Warner C Rizwan b Junaid 35 U.T. Khawaja c Rizwan b Amir 9 S.P.D. Smith is not 108 P.S.P. Hands Com c Rizwan b Hassan 82 T.M. No head out 23

EXTRAS (B-1, LB-1, W-5, NB-1) 8

Total (3 classes, 45 classes) 265

Fall of WKTS: 1-44, 2-45, 3-228.

BID NOT GET: G.J. Maxwell, Mississippi Wade, J.P. Faulkner, P.J. Cummins, J.R. Hazlewood, B. Stanlake.

Bowling: Mohammad Hafiz 6-1-30-0 (1 w); Mohammed Amir 10-0-36-1 (1w); Junaid Khan 9-0-58-1 (1nB); Hasan Ali 10-0-62-1; Iman and Wasim 8-0-59-0 (3 w); Shoaib Malik 2-0-18-0.

Result: Australia wins 2-1 in five consecutive games at seven wickets.

UMPIRES: S.D. Fry (Australia) and C. Shamshuddin (India).

TV UMPIRE: C.B. Gaffaney (New Zealand).

MATCH REFEREE: J.J. Crowe (New Zealand).

Man-of-the-Match: Steve Smith.

FIRST MATCH: Australia Brisbane scored 92 points.

Second Match: Melbourne, Pakistan won six wickets.

4th match: Sydney (D / N), January 22nd.

5th match: Adelaide (D / N), January 26th.

Published January 20, 2017

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