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Shadab khan bowled best spell in semifinal game of T20 world cup history against Australia David Warner Steve smith Glenn Maxwell PAK vs AUS – Latest Cricket News


In the second semi-final of the T20 World Cup 2021, Pakistan lost to Australia by 5 wickets. In the last overs, the Kangaroo team booked the ticket for the final on the basis of the explosive innings of Matthew Wade and Marcus Stoinis. Pakistan’s spin bowler Shadab Khan tried his best to win the team and also sent four Australian batsmen to the pavilion, but he could not avoid the team’s defeat. However, Shadab has definitely made a big record due to his performance.

Shadab Khan bowled the best spell of T20 World Cup semi-final ever. Shadab spent just 26 runs in his four overs and took four wickets in his name. Shadab showed David Warner, Mitchell Marsh, Steve Smith and explosive batsman Glenn Maxwell the way to the pavilion. Due to this spell of Shadab, Australia were struggling at one time after losing five wickets for 96 runs, but after this a stormy partnership of 81 runs between Marcus Stoinis and Matthew Wade snatched the victory from Pakistan. Stoinis was the hero of the team’s victory by hitting 40 runs in 31 balls and 41 runs in just 17 balls. David Warner also played an important innings of 49 runs in 30 balls in the top order.

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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