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In Pics ICC World Cup 2019 Australia beat Pakistan by 41 runs

In Pics: ICC World Cup 2019 | Australia beat Pakistan by 41 runs The 17th match of the ICC World Cup 2019 featured Australia and Pakistan facing each other at The Cooper Associates County Ground in Taunton. Both the teams have faced each other nine times in the World Cup where Aussies has managed to win five games while the 1992 world champs has won on four occasions.

News Nation Bureau | Updated : 12 June 2019, 11:49:45 PM
Australia beat Pakistan by 41 runs

Australia beat Pakistan by 41 runs

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The 17th match of the ICC World Cup 2019 featured Australia and Pakistan facing each other at The Cooper Associates County Ground in Taunton. Both the teams have faced each other nine times in the World Cup where Aussies has managed to win five games while the 1992 world champs has won on four occasions.
Australia beat Pakistan by 41 runs

Australia beat Pakistan by 41 runs

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Pakistan won the toss and chose to field first. (Image credit: Getty Images)
Australia beat Pakistan by 41 runs

Australia beat Pakistan by 41 runs

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Pakistan were looking to churn out the overcast condition in Taunton but the plan didn’t worked out as expected and Australia managed to score more than 100 runs without losing even a single wicket. (Image credit: Getty Images)
Australia beat Pakistan by 41 runs

Australia beat Pakistan by 41 runs

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Several catches were dropped and the bowling lacked discipline which allowed mighty Australians to dominate the innings with David Warner registering his first ton in two years and Aaron Finch playing a captain's knock of 82 to set the platform. (Image credit: Getty Images)
Australia beat Pakistan by 41 runs

Australia beat Pakistan by 41 runs

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But Pakistan did well towards the end overs, riding on Mohammad Amir's five-wicket haul for damage control as they limited Australia to 307. (Image credit: Getty Images)
Australia beat Pakistan by 41 runs

Australia beat Pakistan by 41 runs

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In response, Fakhar Zaman and Imam Ul Haq started the proceedings for Pakistan. Chasing a mammoth total, the last thing men-in-green wanted was an early wicket. (Image credit: Getty Images)
Australia beat Pakistan by 41 runs

Australia beat Pakistan by 41 runs

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Babar Azam along with opener Imam-Ul-Haq started to play few delightful shots around the ground, the duo registered a partnership of 54 runs before Babar threw his wicket away. Mohammad Hafeez and set batsman Imam took Pakistan’s innings back on track and strung a partnership of 80 runs. (Image credit: Getty Images)
Australia beat Pakistan by 41 runs

Australia beat Pakistan by 41 runs

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Post this, the wickets tumbled like a pack of cards and scorecard looked six down for 160 runs. But on the given day, Australia emerged a better side which eventually helped them to register their third win in the tournament. (Image credit: Getty Images)