AUS vs PAK Live Score Update: Imam ul Haq Falls, Pakistan at 50/2 in 10 Overs
In a crucial match between Australia and Pakistan, the latter finds themselves at 50/2 after 10 overs while chasing a formidable target of 349. Imam-ul-Haq, the left-handed opener, departed after contributing 26 runs to the Pakistani innings. He fell victim to a brilliant delivery from Marcus Stoinis, which moved away and took the edge of his bat before being safely caught by wicketkeeper Alex Carey.
Now, Pakistan faces the challenge of building a substantial partnership, with skipper Babar Azam and the explosive Fakhar Zaman at the crease. The road ahead won’t be easy, but if they can establish a strong partnership, they might stand a chance at achieving this challenging target.
Over 10 – Australia Strikes
Marcus Stoinis produced a brilliant delivery to dismiss Imam-ul-Haq. The ball seamed away from the left-handed batsman, finding the edge of his bat and landing safely in the gloves of wicketkeeper Alex Carey. Imam-ul-Haq’s departure for 26 has left Pakistan at 50/2.
Pat Cummins bowled a short ball, and Babar Azam responded with a pull shot, earning himself two runs.
Marcus Stoinis delivered a good length ball, and Imam-ul-Haq defended it for a single run.
Pat Cummins unleashed a yorker, but Babar Azam managed to dig it out for no run.
Marcus Stoinis sent down a short ball, which Imam-ul-Haq dispatched for four runs with a powerful pull shot.
Pat Cummins bowled a good length ball, and Babar Azam defended it for a single run.
Marcus Stoinis sent a short ball down, and Imam-ul-Haq picked up three runs with a well-placed shot.
Pat Cummins bowled a yorker, but Babar Azam managed to dig it out, earning no runs.
Imam-ul-Haq faced Marcus Stoinis and defended a good length ball, picking up two runs.
Pat Cummins opened the bowling, and Babar Azam, the Pakistani skipper, defended a good length ball to score a single run.
Pakistan requires 299 runs to win, with 40 overs remaining.
In the previous innings, Australia finished with a commanding score of 348/8 after 50 overs. Ben McDermott played a memorable inning, achieving his maiden century for Australia. Marnus Labuschagne and Alex Carey also contributed with valuable half-centuries.
For Pakistan to emerge victorious in this match, they will need a strong start and a solid partnership between Babar Azam and Fakhar Zaman.
Australia has set a formidable target for Pakistan. Ben McDermott’s century was the highlight of their innings, and the support provided by Marnus Labuschagne and Alex Carey further solidified their position.
Pakistan must start well and focus on building a partnership between Babar Azam and Fakhar Zaman to stand a chance in this match.
Key Players to Watch
- Babar Azam: The Pakistan skipper is one of the world’s best batsmen, and his performance will be crucial for Pakistan’s success in this match.
- Fakhar Zaman: Known for his explosive batting, Zaman holds the key to giving Pakistan a strong start in their chase.
- Mitchell Starc: As a world-class bowler, Starc will aim to take early wickets for Australia.
- Josh Hazlewood: His accuracy and consistency make him a vital asset for Australia’s bowling attack.
This match is challenging to predict, as Australia has set an imposing target. Pakistan’s strong batting lineup, combined with key players, might hold the key to a thrilling contest.