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T20 WC Australia Beat PAK in the Semi Final then the World Will Get a New Champion

Australia will face Pakistan in the second semi-final of the T20 World Cup. The eyes of Pakistani fans will be on the match to be held at Dubai International Cricket Stadium on Thursday. Aaron Finch will lead the Australian team. On the shoulders of Babar Azam, the responsibility of the Pak team will be there.

Pakistan Has Won the Title

Pakistan’s team won the T20 World Cup title by defeating Sri Lanka in 2009 under the captaincy of Younis Khan. In that final match at Lord’s, Sri Lanka scored 138 runs for six wickets in 20 overs. In reply, Pakistan won the match by scoring 139 runs for two wickets in 18.4 overs. Shahid Afridi, who played an unbeaten 54 runs, was the man of the match.

Australia Lost the Chance in 2010

In the T20 World Cup, Australia had traveled to the final. But in the title match, he had to face defeat at the hands of England. In the match held in Bridgetown, Australia, batting first, after losing the toss, scored 147 runs for the loss of six wickets. David Hussey scored the highest 59 runs for Australia.

Kangaroo team is heavy in the knockout

The Pakistan team has never been able to win the knockout matches of the World Cup against Australia. The Australian team has defeated Pakistan in the 1987 World Cup semi-final, 1999 World Cup final, 2010 T20 World Cup semi-final, and 2015 World Cup quarter-final. In such a situation, looking at the old record, the path of Pakistan is not going to be easy.

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UAE ‘boon’ for Pakistan

In the UAE, however, in the current tournament, Pakistan’s team is performing well under pressure and is comfortable with the conditions here. After the terrorist attack on the Sri Lankan team bus in 2009, international cricket did not take place in Pakistan for a long time and the country played its home matches in the UAE. Several seasons of the Pakistan Super League were also held here.

Pakistan shines with Babar Azam’s form

Pakistan’s top order is very strong under the leadership of Babar Azam (264), who is in excellent form. Babar has scored four half-centuries and the team will expect him to perform well once again. However, Australia’s bowling attack will fully prepared for their challenge and will want to take advantage of any mistake.

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