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Big Hustle created by Pakistan Cricket Social Media Handle in Twitter


Big Hustle created by Pakistan Cricket Social Media Handle in Twitter

Pakistan cricket team has been playing a brave brand of cricket in the T20 World Cup. They began their mission with a success over Team India as they won by 10 wickets. 

From that point forward, they proceeded to beat New Zealand, Afghanistan, Namibia and Scotland. They were the main group to dominate five matches on the run. Subsequently, they qualified for the semi-final as well.

Pakistan came to the ICC T20 World Cup 2007 last however lost to Team India in the pinnacle conflict. In any case, the Men in Green  crushed Sri Lanka in the ICC T20 World Cup 2009 and won the cup. 

Presently, the continuous rivalry is being played in the Gulf country. Pakistan is very much aware of the conditions. Their five-game series of wins fills in as a demonstration of reality. 

Prior, New Zealand effectively improved against England in the primary semi-final  in Abu Dhabi. New Zealand arrived at the T20 World Cup last without precedent for history. 

In the interim, discussing the second semi-last, Australia chief Aaron Finch won the throw and chose to bowl first. Pakistan batsmen stacked up runs when it made a difference the most. 

 Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan got off to a sparkling beginning to the game. The team added a 71-run to represent the initial wicket.

During the stand, Babar Azam scored 39 off 34 with the assistance of 5 stunning boundaries.. Rizwan top-scored with 67 off 52 balls including 3 fours and 4 big sixes.

Fakhar Zaman scored 55 off 32 balls including 3 fours and 4 sixes. Pakistan posted 176 for the deficiency of 4 wickets in their span of  20 overs. Mitchell Starc took 2 wickets to his name for Australia.

 In the meantime, Pakistan Cricket web-based media handle made a major bumble on Twitter. Prior to the game, Babar Azam turned into the quickest cricketer to score 2,500 T20I runs. 

Pakistan cricket skipper  accomplished the accomplishment in 62 innings where he proceeded to edge past Virat Kohli. The previous Indian T20I skipper  held the record for accomplishing the record in 68 innings. 

While commending Babar Azam, Pakistan Cricket Twitter handle posted the Test records highlighting any semblance of Cheteshwar Pujara, Sunil Gavaskar, Sourav Ganguly and Vijay Hazare.

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