Pakistan fan trolled on social media after loss to Australia


On the eve of the Australia match, Sarfaraz had claimed that every team is scared of Pakistan.

Border was pretty impressed with David Warner who scored his first worldwide century since his return from the one-year ban.

Unfortunately, Australia wrapped up the match and won by 41 runs, but now we know that Shaniera is rooting for Pakistan in World Cup 2019.

While chasing the 308-run target, Pakistan was bundled out for 266 runs in 45.4 overs.

Pakistan reached 136-2 in reply and then, after wickets tumbled, launched a late counter-attack before Australia wrapped up a third victory in four games to move second in the table.

"I was always coming back to worldwide cricket if selected", Warner said.

Following the match between Australia and Pakistan yesterday, man of the match David Warner gifted his young fan his trophy.

It all started on the fourth ball of the 13th over when Aaron Finch got a thickish outside edge off a Wahab Riaz delivery which flew to Asif Ali at first slip. "However, the Pakistan team is nearly always made to play on more challenging surfaces in ICC events like the one at Taunton", a source close to Sarfaraz was quoted as saying in Geo News.

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But, "Definitely I think fielding - fielding is not up to the mark".

Pakistan, lost Fakhar Zaman to Pat Cummins for a duck and Babar Azam for a breezy 30 but Imam-ul-Haq and Hafeez brought the 100 up in 18.3 overs.

Bitter foes India and Pakistan lock horns in the tournament's one of the most anticipated matches at the Old Trafford on Sunday. A few people have been saying he's scoring too slowly, but the ball was doing a bit and there was a little bit of swing and seam.

This was in marked contrast to the crowd taunts that had come Warner's way in previous World Cup games, with further jeers expected during the Ashes.

"We made some runs and got starts but we've got to convert them and go long".

"It's a huge pressure game".

Australia's knack for grinding out wins despite not playing at their best is helping them build momentum for a strong tilt at the World Cup title, former skipper Allan Border has said.

But Waqar said Pakistan could take heart from the last major one-day global tournament in England and Wales, when they lost to India in their opening match of the 2017 Champions Trophy only to bounce back in style to thrash them by 180 runs in the final.