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England vs India – 3rd Test

England 311/9 (102 Ovs) RR: 3.05 | England need 210 runs

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India took the second new ball immediately after 80 overs and straightaway they found the breakthrough.





Jasprit Bumrah removed Buttler and Bairstow in successive balls and bounced out Woakes in the very next over. He should have had Rashid too, but Bumrah had overstepped. After Stokes’s wicket, Rashid shared a fifty partnership with Broad. Bumrah came back and bagged the fifer by removing Broad. However, the duo of Rashid and Anderson dug out for 34 balls. How long will the match last tomorrow? That’s the only question to be answered. Could get over in a ball too. We’ll be back for that with our build-up. Until then, it’s goodbye..

England, chasing an almost impossible target, got off to a bad start this morning. The struggling openers were dismissed inside three overs, both falling victim to Ishant Sharma. Root and Pope too were dismissed before lunch. The hosts were heading towards another collapse. That’s when Buttler joined hands with Stokes. The former was dropped on 1 by Pant. Together, the pair batted for four hours – 346 deliveries and 169 runs to be precise. Buttler went onto register his maiden Test ton – a fourth innings century that he won’t forget for a long time.

19:06 Local Time, 18:06 GMT, 23:36 IST: After the last-ball block, Broad in the dressing room, applauded with a beaming smile on his face. Kohli too is pretty happy. So, with one day to go, India need 1 wicket and England require 210 runs. FYI, the weather forecast indicates 12% chances of rain tomorrow.

Three slips, backward point, and forward short leg in place.

Two slips, a gully, a forward short leg, and a leg slip.

Jasprit Bumrah [28.0-8-84-5] is back into the attack

Two slips, leg-gully and FSL in place

Two slips, a leg-gully and forward short leg..

Ravichandran Ashwin [21.0-8-39-0] is back into the attack

Two overs left in the day.

Mohammed Shami [16.0-3-63-1] is back into the attack

Peshawar steal one-run win, Quetta knocked out

The silly and the sublime came together in Lahore for a riveting finish as Peshawar Zalmi booked their place in the second qualifier and increased their chances of becoming back-to-back champions

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PESHAWAR ZALMI 157 ( 20 OVERS)

  • Tamim Iqbal 27 ( 29 )
  • LA Dawson 62 ( 35 )
  • NLTC Perera 2 / 24 ( 2 )
  • Rahat Ali 4 / 16 ( 4 )

QUETTA GLADIATORS 156/9 ( 20 OVERS)

  • Sarfraz Ahmed 35 ( 21 )
  • Mohammad Nawaz(3) 35 ( 32 )
  • Hasan Ali 2 / 21 ( 4 )
  • Sameen Gul 2 / 21 ( 4 )

Commentator: Sreshth Shah

END OF OVER:

  • Mir Hamza 0 (1b)
  • LA Dawson 4-0-52-0
  • Wahab Riaz 4-0-26-2

11.50pm That’s all from Lahore tonight. Quetta Gladiators’ season comes to an end but we still have two games to go in this tournament. Tomorrow we meet again for the second eliminator to see who will join Islamabad United in the finals. Will it be Peshawar who come up on top tomorrow or will Karachi’s rampage continue? Guess we’ll find out in 24 hours. For now, it’s goodbye from all of us at ESPNcricinfo. See you soon!

11.40pm Time for the presentation. Hasan Ali (2-21) is the Man of the Match. He says: “As long as we win, it’s okay to win late. The last over was a lot of pressure because of Anwar’s sixes. The way Sarfraz played, we felt the pressure back then too. I am fit now, both with the new ball and the old ball. Finally, a big thank you to the Lahore crowd.”

Losing captain Sarfraz Ahmed: “The match was in our hand, and I feel we lost the game because of our own errors. Nawaz and I shouldn’t have been out that time. If we were sensible off the last ball, we could’ve had the super over, but the pressure got the better of the boys at the end. The way the pitch was, it didn’t matter whether we batted first or second today. Our journey this year has been full of ups and downs, but Nadeem (our owner) has been excellent. Hope to come back stronger next year.”

Winning captain Darren Sammy: “Needing 25, you tend to back your own team. The games against Quetta are always excellent, the crowd was great too, and honestly, a win is a win. At the start of the tournament, we lost some players. So, credit goes to these guys. Our coaches worked with the boys, and today, I needed them to step up. Sameen’s two wickets were crucial, Asif was great, but our two seniors: Wahab and Hasan showed their class. Dawson the way he batted, without that innings we wouldn’t be hear today. We enjoy this win, but need to take on Karachi again. Got to come back and do the basics right. Hopefully, we can continue this.”

zulfi: “from Argentina losing final to Germany and twice to Chile, to Quetta losing two consecutive finals with RCB losing the final too. What should there fans like me do. wait for SA to win WCup?”

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Dominant Kamran Akmal propels Peshawar into final

Opener’s 27-ball 77 sets up huge total, before bowlers suppress Karachi’s steady surge to give Peshawar an opportunity to defend their crown

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PESHAWAR ZALMI 170/7 ( 16 OVERS)

  • Kamran Akmal 77 ( 27 )
  • ADS Fletcher 34 ( 30 )
  • RS Bopara 3 / 35 ( 3 )
  • TS Mills 2 / 23 ( 3 )

KARACHI KINGS 157/2 ( 16 OVERS)

  • JL Denly * 79 ( 46 )
  • Babar Azam 63 ( 45 )
  • Hasan Ali 1 / 41 ( 4 )
  • Sameen Gul 1 / 20 ( 3 )

Commentator: Shashank Kishore

END OF OVER:

  • CA Ingram 5 (3b)
  • JL Denly 79 (46b)
  • Wahab Riaz 3-0-36-0
  • Hasan Ali 4-0-41-1

Over to the final on March 25 then. Hope you enjoyed our coverage. Hope to see you for the grand finale. Until then, this is Shashank Kishore and Akshay Gopalakrishnan saying goodbye.

11.30pm No home final for Karachi. Instead, Peshawar Zalmi will have an opportunity to defend their crown on Sunday at the National Stadium. The difference between both sides tonight: Kamran Akmal. Much-maligned in these parts of the world, but the impact he’s had on Zalmi can’t be understated.

Peshawar Zalmi had to win four games on a trot at one stage to get to the final and they did. Daren Sammy has literally hobbled on one leg for a better part of the last four days to lead them into the final. Can they cap off with the ultimate crowning glory on Sunday?

Time for the presentation:

Kamran Akmal , who smashed a 27-ball 77, PSL’s fastest half-century, proved to be the X factor on the night. No surprises than that he’s Player of the Match too. He started the tournament poorly, made three ducks along the way but boy, didn’t he rev up when it mattered most? He receives the Hanif Mohammed cap from Younis Khan for being the highest run-getter in the tournament at the moment.

Peshawar Zalmi captain Daren Sammy: Akmal’s partnership with Fletchee was exceptional. The guys have shown good character. The strength of this team is all of us stick together. Coming here, the support we had from the fans was amazing. Two exciting games, we couldn’t have asked for more.

Karachi Kings’ stand-in captain Mohammad Amir: Today was Kamran Akmal’s day. Whatever he hit connected today. It would’ve been fun to play the final in Karachi. For now, we’ll have to learn from our mistakes.

Kapil: “Hindsight is beautiful but Azam’s innings actually lost Karachi the game. He starts off ridiculously slowly and keeping Ingram in hut and sending Azam was the poorest decision by Arthur. Remember they were chasing 171 in 16, not 20 overs. And in PP, overs 2-4, they scored only 12 runs”

faisal : “Champion Vs Champion, Ronchi Vs Kamran, Sami Vs Wahab, Sammy Vs Misbah The Most Suited Final For PSL2018 “

Hamza: “What a final there is going to be it will also be the contest between Kamran vs Ronchi for top scorer and Faheem vs Wahab for leading wickets.”

Visakh: “Completely agree with Kapil. Babar faced nearly half of the 96 balls and got 63 runs.. other batsmen needed to get 107 runs off the other half balls left.”

Hasan Ali on Zalmi’s qualification: I returned to play after a month, it seems like I’ve found my rhythm back. Today, the way Kamran Akmal played, no praise is enough for him. He’s been batting well all tournament. Third PSL in a row that he’s contributed.

Soham Sarkhel says: “Having wickets in hand very much overrated in T20s. Karachi Kings failed to match up to the pace. A batsman has to keep taking the occasional risks, resources not fully utilised otherwise.”

Sikendar: “Please someone bring Carlos Brathwaite.”

Need a six off each and every delivery now.

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Swansea 0-3 Tottenham: Mauricio Pochettino’s side cruise into second successive FA Cup semi-final

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Last Updated: 17/03/18 4:57pm

Tottenham remained on course for a first FA Cup success since 1991 following a dominant 3-0 quarter-final victory over Swansea at the Liberty Stadium on Saturday.

In the absence of the injured Harry Kane, Christian Eriksen (11) and Erik Lamela (45+1) sent Spurs on their way with superb long-range strikes.

Eriksen extended Spurs’ advantage in the 62nd minute after some poor defending from Carlos Carvalhal’s side, whose focus will now switch back to Premier League survival after the upcoming international break.

For Spurs, who are the first name into the hat for Sunday’s semi-final draw, they reach the last four for the second successive season for the first time in 36 years as Mauricio Pochettino looks to win his first trophy as Tottenham manager.

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Swansea: Nordfeldt (7), Naughton (5), Van der Hoor (6), Bartley (5), Mawson (6), Olsson (6), Ki (5), Carroll (5), Clucas (5), Dyer (5), Abraham (5).

Subs: Roberts (n/a), Routledge (n/a), Narsingh (6).

Tottenham: Vorm (7), Trippier (7), Sanchez (7), Vertonghen (7), Davies (7), Dier (7), Sissoko (7), Lamela (8), Eriksen (9), Lucas Moura (7), Son (8).

Subs: Alli (n/a), Llorente (6).

Man of the match: Christian Eriksen.

Spurs’ task was helped by an early breakthrough as Swansea stood off Eriksen and the Denmark international punished them, producing a superb strike to beat Kristoffer Nordfeldt.

The visitors thought they had a second in the 23rd minute through Heung-min Son but the flag was raised for offside against South Korean forward after he latched onto Eriksen’s through ball. With VAR in use referee Kevin Friend checked in but with replays showing how tight it was, the decision stayed with the on-field official.

Pochettino’s side did eventually get the second they deserved just before the break. The Swansea defence stood off again, this time allowing Lamela time and space to pick his spot from the edge of the area.

Carvalhal reacted by sending on Luciano Narsingh for Kyle Naughton at the break and they almost found a way back into the game through Martin Olsson then Tammy Abraham, but former Swansea goalkeeper Michel Vorm made a superb double stop to preserve his side’s two-goal advantage.

Tammy Abraham returned in attack as Swansea made five changes from the side that drew 0-0 with Huddersfield last weekend. Nordfeldt, Bartley, Carroll, Dyer and Abraham replaced Fabianski, Fernandez, King and Jordan and Andre Ayew brothers dropping out. Spurs made seven changes with Vorm, Trippier, Davies, Dier, Sissoko, Moura and Lamela replacing Lloris, Aurier, Rose, Dembele, Wanyama, Alli and Kane.

Nordfeldt responded with a fine save of his own to deny Eric Dier but he couldn’t keep out Eriksen’s 62nd-minute strike as Spurs made sure of victory.

Dier’s cross deflected into the path of Lucas Moura, who laid the ball off for Eriksen, and the Dane’s low strike found the bottom corner despite Nordfeldt getting a touch.

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  • Tottenham have reached the FA Cup semi-finals in consecutive seasons for the first time since the 1980-81 and 1981-82 campaigns, when they won the competition both times.
  • Swansea are now winless in their last 16 games in all competitions against Tottenham (D3 L13).
  • 56 per cent of the home goals Swansea have conceded in all competitions in 2018 have been against Tottenham (5/9).
  • As well as having the most shots of any player in the match (6), Christian Eriksen also created the most goalscoring opportunities for his teammates (also 6).
  • Eriksen has had a hand in 13 goals in 10 games against Swansea in all competitions (8 goals, 5 assists), more than he has vs any other opponent for Spurs.
  • Lamela has had a hand in five goals in five FA Cup games this season (2 goals, 3 assists), compared to just two in 17 Premier League appearances (0 goals, 2 assists).

Man of the Match – Christian Eriksen

Not for the first time this season, Eriksen was Tottenham’s main man.

So often the creative park for Pochettino’s side, the Denmark international stepped up in the absence of Kane, grabbing two goals to book his side a spot in a second successive FA Cup semi-final.

And once again they were excellent strikes from outside the box. There’s surely no better ball striker in English football with four of Eriksen’s last six goals for Tottenham in all competitions coming from outside the box, including each of his last three.

What’s next?

Tottenham are next in action on Easter Sunday (April 1) against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge and the game is live on Sky Sports Premier League.

Swansea’s next fixture is in the Premier League when they travel to Manchester United on Saturday, March 31.

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asia cup 2018 schedule played in the United Arab Emirates

–Sep 16, Sun—————————-
Pakistan vs TBC. 2nd Match, Group A
Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai-

Sep 17 Mon
Sri Lanka .vs Afghanistan, 3rd Match, Group B
Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dubai………………..

Sep 18 Tue India vs TBC 4th Match Group A
Dubai International Cricket Stadium in Dubai.

Sep 19 Wed
India vs Pakistan 5th Match Group A
Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai

Sep 20, Thu
Bangladesh vs Afghanistan, 6th Match, Group B
Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi—————

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TBC vs TBC, Super Four, Match 1——
Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai-

-TBC vs TBC Super Four, Match 2-
Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dubai.

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TBC vs TBC, Super Four, Match 3
Dubai International Cricket Stadium , Dubai

TBC vs TBC, Super Four, Match 4=
Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi=

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TBC vs TBC Super Four Match 5
Dubai International Cricket Stadium Dubai

Sep 26 Wed
TBC vs TBC Super Four Match 6
Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dubai=

Sep 28 Fri
TBC vs TBC Final
Dubai International Cricket Stadium . Dubai—

Ireland vs Afghanistan – 1st T20I

Ireland 144/9 (18 Ovs) RR: 8.00 | Afghanistan won by 16 runs – (Match reduced to 18 overs per-side due to rain)

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Afghanistan’s level of cricket keeps elevating, Ireland will have a tough job catching up. They’ll have to do so quickly in the second T20I which will be do or die. That’s all for now. See you later.

20:03 Local Time, 19:03 GMT, 00:33 IST: Afghanistan looked like they had lost their way towards the end of their innings, but the way their bowlers started, it was as if they had never lost any momentum at all. Mujeeb Ur Rahman started off with two wickets in two overs, and Rashid Khan followed up with three of his own later on. Aftab Alam and Fareed Ahmad filled into their roles nicely too, ensuring that Ireland never found a grip on the chase. They needed Stirling and Wilson, who were the only ones to have found any sort of rhythm at all, to kick on for longer than they did. Actually, not many Afghanistan batsmen found it easy to get going in the first half too. That’s where Hazratullah Zazai’s brilliant 74 off 33 balls made all the difference.

Peter Chase, right handed bat, comes to the crease

Rashid Khan to Tyrone Kane, THAT’S OUT!! Caught!!

Tyrone Kane, right handed bat, comes to the crease

Rashid Khan to Joshua Little, THAT’S OUT!! Bowled!!

Joshua Little, right handed bat, comes to the crease

Aftab Alam to Simi Singh, THAT’S OUT!! Caught!!

Aftab Alam [3.0-0-24-1] is back into the attack

Rashid Khan [2.0-0-11-1] is back into the attack

Fareed Ahmad [3.0-0-23-1] is back into the attack

Mohammad Nabi [2.0-0-21-1] is back into the attack

George Dockrell, right handed bat, comes to the crease

Aftab Alam to Wilson, THAT’S OUT!! Caught!!

Aftab Alam [2.0-0-21-0] is back into the attack

Simi Singh, right handed bat, comes to the crease

Rashid Khan to Andy Balbirnie, THAT’S OUT!! Lbw!!

Rashid Khan [1.0-0-3-0] is back into the attack

Fareed Ahmad [2.0-0-17-1] is back into the attack

Rashid Khan, right-arm leg break, comes into the attack

Andrew Balbirnie, right handed bat, comes to the crease

Nabi to Kevin O Brien, THAT’S OUT!! Caught!!

Mohammad Nabi, right-arm off break, comes into the attack

Gary Wilson, right handed bat, comes to the crease

Fareed Ahmad to Stirling, THAT’S OUT!! Caught!!

Fareed Ahmad, comes into the attack

Kevin O Brien, right handed bat, comes to the crease

Mujeeb to Porterfield, THAT’S OUT!! Caught!!

William Porterfield, left handed bat, comes to the crease

Mujeeb to S Thompson, THAT’S OUT!! Bowled!!

Mujeeb Ur Rahman, right-arm off break, comes into the attack

Stirling and S Thompson are at the crease. Stirling is on strike. Aftab Alam will open the attack

Windies vs Afghanistan, Super Sixes Match 1 – Live Cricket Score, Commentary

Phew, tense finish there at the end with so much on the line. Afghanistan can breathe easy for now but there’s still so much work to do. The Super Six stage will continue tomorrow as Zimbabwe take on Ireland. Expect a good crowd. That’s it for now. On behalf of Akshay Maanay, Raju Peethala and our scorer Reddy, this is Sagar Chawla saying goodbye!

Holder, Windies captain: Just a little cramp. Credit to Afghanistan, they played a better cricket game and we let ourselves down. 230 was probably par here. Let ourselves down in the fielding. We had laid a pretty good foundation, had wickets in hand and were ready to launch but it didn’t come off today. Their bowlers kept things very tight. Have to regroup and come back against Zimbabwe.

Rashid, Afghanistan captain: Feeling really happy. Didn’t play well in the first round. Feels nice to finish off the game today. Today the boys did their job. Bowling was really good. Restricting them under 200 is a big achievement. There were nerves in the chase because we had lost such games previously. Wanted to keep playing till the end. Anything can happen, it’s cricket. We want to win all the matches and see what happens. Hope for the best.

Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Man of the Match: First I would like to congratulate the entire nation on this victory. I am used to bowling with the new ball, so I enjoy it. I don’t have any problem with the new ball, I bowl with a new ball in the nets and it helps when I open the attack in the match. I am very happy that the entire team supports me, especially Nabi and Rashid, who give me the confidence when bowling.

16:42 Local Time, 14:42 GMT, 20:12 IST: Afghanistan live to dream another day. They would have been all but out of the World Cup if they had lost this. It wasn’t easy, given how they had botched similar run-chases in the Group Stage. There must have been jitters after they lost Rahmat Shah, who was the backbone of their innings right through. But unlike against Zimbabwe, today the lower-order pulled enough weight to get them over the line. This is no mean feat to beat the Windies, who had come off four consecutive victories previously, and who are still in a strong position despite this defeat. Hang around for the presentations.

Keemo Paul to Sharafuddin Ashraf, FOUR, drills this low full toss through the covers to seal it for Afghanistan. There’s the victory cry from Ashraf. Cry of victory and relief. Afghanistan are still afloat

Keemo Paul to Sharafuddin Ashraf, 2 runs, short ball into the body, pulled away limply but effectively in front of deep backward square. They hustle back for two

Keemo Paul to Sharafuddin Ashraf, no run, full toss at the stumps, defended

Keemo Paul to Sharafuddin Ashraf, no run, goodness me, nearly floored Ashraf there with this cracking yorker. Ashraf somehow rushes his bat down to keep it out

Keemo Paul [8.0-1-23-2] is back into the attack

4 devastating football partnerships of Cristiano Ronaldo

With Cristiano Ronaldo’s potential move to Juventus from Real Madrid coming close, the world awaits to see the Portuguese play alongside Gonzalo Higuain once again. The former teammates at Real Madrid promise to be a fascinating duo and their partnership could possibly yield tons of goals.

Cristiano Ronaldo is often labelled as one of the greatest players of all time and it is no surprise that any player will want to play alongside the legendary number 7. While his real Madrid stint has been hugely successful with lots of trophies to show for including 4 champions league titles, Ronaldo was very often left alone with the burden. But Higuain presents something Cristiano Ronaldo will appreciate that is his work rate. The Portuguese forward loves to play alongside hardworking footballers and relishes the opportunities presented to him in front of the goal.

Many great players have had the opportunity to play alongside the 5-time ballon dor winner from Portugal but only a few have been able to leave an impression on the mighty Cristiano Ronaldo.

Over the years Ronaldo has played with some of the greats of the game but there have been 4 men who formed a deadly partnership with the Real Madrid winger. Here we present you the top 4 partners Cristiano Ronaldo had in club football:

#4 Angel di Maria, Real Madrid

The Argentine sensation Angel di Maria played with Cristiano Ronaldo for 4 seasons and it is fair to say that the Portuguese winger loved the presence of di Maria.

Di Maria with all the tricks in his bag baffled defenders on his way to provide Cristiano Ronaldo with the perfect chances in front of the goal.

The Argentine was named the man of the match in real’s champions league triumph over Atletico Madrid in 2014. The duo did help real in winning La Liga once, in 2011-12 with di Maria and Ronaldo being the main men responsible for Los Blancos’ title triumph.

Di Maria famously assisted Ronaldo in real’s 1-0 victory over bitter rivals Barcelona in 2011 Copa del ray final. this was the duo’s first trophy for the club and thus began their beautiful journey of terrorizing defences around Europe.

Ronaldo’s former employees and di maria’s future ones- manchester united did face the wrath of real Madrid’s sensational duo as the Argentine once again turned out to be the provider for Cristiano and the Portuguese did the rest with a towering header to level their round of 16 match of UCL at Bernabeu in 2013.

All Stars T20 Ajman 2018 Live Cricket Scores, Schedule, Team Squads, Points Table, Live Streaming & TV Channel

All Stars T20 Ajman 2018 is a professional men’s Twenty20 domestic cricket competition in the United Arab Emirates, which is scheduled to be held from January 23 to January 25, 2018, at Ajman Oval Ground in UAE.

All Stars T20 Ajman 2018 features five matches (4 group league matches and top teams with the highest number of points will play in the final), four teams (Abu Dhabi Bulls, Dubai Star, Ajman Tiger, and Sharjah Warriors) compete in Round-Robin format, and top two teams advance to final.

Match 1 – Abu Dhabi Bulls v Dubai Star
Match 2 – Ajman Tiger v Sharjah Warriors
Match 3- Ajman Tiger v Abu Dhabi Bulls
Match 4 – Dubai Star v Sharjah Warriors
Final – TBC vs TBC

These four teams participate in the tournament.

  1. Abu Dhabi Bulls
  2. Dubai Star
  3. Ajman Tiger
  4. Sharjah Warriors

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Abu Dhabi Bulls Squads: TBA

Dubai Star Squads: TBA

Ajman Tiger Squads: TBA

Sharjah Warriors Squads: TBA

All Stars T20 Ajman 2018 Points Table, Team Standings

All Stars T20 Ajman 2018 Points table for the domestic T20I tournament shall be compiled by governing body, below full information of points provided on different situation.

All Stars T20 Ajman 2018 Points Table standings will be updated daily after match result with net run rate to know which two teams are leading to the race of final.

  • 4 points awarded for each match won
  • 2 point per team taking part in any match with no result and any match which is tied (super over not possible or super over also tied)
  • 0 points awarded for any match lost

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Australia vs Pakistan Tri-Series in Zimbabwe 2018

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FOUR! Marcus Stoinis to Asif Ali. Off cutter back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot pulling, well timed in the air under control past deep mid wicket for 4 runs.

Pakistan seal the victory and win the tri-series final! A marvellous chase, their highest ever in T20Is. Fakhar Zaman was the man to do the damage. A brutal 91 runs took the stuffing out the Aussie bowlers, before Shoaib Malik showed composure to get them across the line. Both sides were absolutely atrocious in the field, but Pakistan had that extra edge with the ball and bat. A fantastic game of cricket to end a very enjoyable series.

FOUR! Marcus Stoinis to Asif Ali. Off cutter back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot pulling, well timed in the air under control past deep mid wicket for 4 runs.

Pakistan seal the victory and win the tri-series final! A marvellous chase, their highest ever in T20Is. Fakhar Zaman was the man to do the damage. A brutal 91 runs took the stuffing out the Aussie bowlers, before Shoaib Malik showed composure to get them across the line. Both sides were absolutely atrocious in the field, but Pakistan had that extra edge with the ball and bat. A fantastic game of cricket to end a very enjoyable series.

FOUR! Andrew Tye to Shoaib Malik. Length ball, outside off stump backing away driving, well timed in the air under control past deep backward point for 4 runs. Sliced over backward point by Malik, intentionally scooping it over the infield. Gets the length he was after, and put it away to the fence.

SIX! Jhye Richardson to Asif Ali. Slower ball half volley, outside off stump on the front foot driving, well timed in the air under control over long on for 6 runs. That should settle this game. Asif Ali knew the slower one was coming, waited in position, and unleashed a devastating blow. What a strike.

SIX! Jhye Richardson to Shoaib Malik. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot Slog, well timed in the air under control over deep mid wicket for 6 runs. Malik gets a good piece of this. He is such an experienced finisher in this format. Clears the front leg, and dispatches the ball over the mid wicket boundary.

Fakhar Zaman 91 ( 46 ) Caught (Sub) Bowled Jhye Richardson

OUT! Caught (Sub). Jhye Richardson to Fakhar Zaman. Short, down leg side on the back foot cutting, mis-timed in the air uncontrolled to deep backward point, by Finch. Fakhar tries to lift the ball over short third man, but ends up dragging the shot a lot squarer than he wanted. Struck quite nicely, but picks out the man on the boundary edge. Super knock from the Pakistan opener. It has given his side a big chance of winning this game.

FOUR! Marcus Stoinis to Fakhar Zaman. Off cutter short, down leg side on the back foot cutting, past deep point for 4 runs, mis-fielded by Agar. Oh dear. That sums up Australia‘s last few overs. Cracked out to Agar on the point fence, and he doesn’t take the spin on the ball into account. Tries to adjust to make the stop, but slips over to look even more foolish.

FOUR! Marcus Stoinis to Fakhar Zaman. Off cutter short, down leg side backing away cutting, well timed past deep cover for 4 runs. Hardly any pace on the ball, so Zaman has to generate it all himself. Slapped over extra cover, and it skips away for another boundary.

SIX! Billy Stanlake to Fakhar Zaman. Short, down leg side backing away cutting, well timed in the air under control over third man for 6 runs. Superb! The pace of Stanlake can be a negative sometimes. Fakhar uses that to ramp the ball over the third man fence for six.

FOUR! Andrew Tye to Shoaib Malik. Short, outside off stump on the back foot pulling, top edge in the air uncontrolled past fine leg for 4 runs. Malik gets lucky now. Swipes at the bouncer, and top edges over the keeper’s head. It is all going Pakistan’s way!

FOUR! Andrew Tye to Fakhar Zaman. Length ball, outside off stump moves in front pulling, well timed in the air under control past fine leg for 4 runs. Brilliant use of the crease. Walks across his stumps, and heaves the ball over short fine leg. Pakistan are taking control of this run chase.

FOUR! Andrew Tye to Fakhar Zaman. Slower ball back of a length, off stump on the back foot cutting, outside edge past third man for 4 runs. Streaky, but Pakistan will take it. Wafts the bat out to the wide delivery, and edges past short third man.

FOUR! Ashton Agar to Fakhar Zaman. Stock ball half volley, to leg backing away driving, well timed past long on for 4 runs. Fired full and into leg stump. Fakhar crunches it down the ground, splitting the two fielders on the fence.

FOUR! Ashton Agar to Fakhar Zaman. Stock ball half volley, outside off stump down the track driving, well timed in the air under control past long on for 4 runs. Same again. Fakhar doesn’t get the distance or elevation to clear the fence on this occasion, but it is straight enough to beat long on.

SIX! Ashton Agar to Fakhar Zaman. Stock length ball, outside off stump down the track driving, well timed in the air under control over long on for 6 runs. What a way to go to fifty. He has had a super series with the bat. Charges down to Agar, and hammers it back over the bowler’s head for six.

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