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David Warner hits massive six on Mohammad Hafeez double drop ball in semifinal against Pakistan T20 World Cup 2021 video goes viral on social media – Latest Cricket News – PAK vs AUS Captain Babar Azam’s reaction was worth watching

A full stop has been put on Pakistan’s journey in the T20 World Cup 2021. In the second semi-final match, Australia’s batsmen gave a strong performance, chasing the target of 177 runs an over before, giving the team a ticket to the final. The hero of this team’s victory was Matthew Wade, who scored 41 runs in just 17 balls while batting in the last over. Apart from Wade, opener David Warner’s bat also roared fiercely as he played a fiery innings of 49 runs. During this innings, Warner hit such a six on the strange ball of Mohammad Hafeez, seeing that all the cricket fans could not stop themselves from laughing.

In fact, Mohammad Hafeez, who came to bowl the seventh over of Australia’s innings, bowled the first ball but he could not release it properly and the ball reached Warner after taking two steps. Warner also chased the ball and going towards the leg-side, hit a strong six on it. The umpire also called it a no ball, due to which seven runs were added to Australia’s account without any ball. Fans enjoyed themselves while sharing this video on social media. Warner played a powerful innings of 49 runs in 30 balls in the semi-final. During his innings, the Kangaroo opener hit three fours and three sixes.

PAK vs AUS: Babar Azam blamed Hasan Ali for the defeat in the semi-final, said – that catch was the turning point of the match

Australia needed 22 runs in the last two overs to win, but Matthew Wade batted explosively and ended the match by hitting three consecutive sixes in the 19th over of Shaheen Afridi. Wade’s catch was also dropped by Hasan Ali in the same over, which proved decisive in the last. Earlier, Pakistan had scored 176 runs for the loss of 4 wickets on the basis of 67 runs by Mohammad Rizwan and 55 runs by Fakhar Zaman.

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