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AUS v PAK, 2nd T20I, Match Report
Matches - Reports Thursday, 09 September 2010 19:50
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2nd T20I: Australia v Pakistan (Winner: PAK)

PAK 162/9 (K Akmal 33, S Butt 31, S O'Keefe 29/3, D Nannes 30/3) beat AUS 151 (D Dussey 33, M Clarke 30, M Amir 27/3, S Afridi 30/2) by 11 runs.

   Match Scorecard   
Man of the Match: M Amir Edgbaston, Birmingham (6 July,2010)
cow-analysis

The second match of the MCC Spirit of Cricket saw Pakistan bat first again. Hasan continued his golden run with a second successive duck before Butt and Akmal steadied the innings with a fine counter attack getting the COW back on even terms. But despite regular wickets, most batsmen managed to make a start and Aamer swung his bat around to push the total to 162 runs and the COW to 49%. Australia were rocked at the top by 2 quick wickets. But they staged a good recovery with almost all batsmen answering the Coach’s call but none of them managed to stay at the wicket for too long and eventually they ran out of steam and lost the series 2-0.

 
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  First Inns (PAK)  
 
arrow 6 Overs: PAK 50/1 PAK 50% Pakistan started positively, even
      though they lost a wicket in the first over. Pakistan’s chances increased by 3% during this period.
arrow 11 Overs: PAK 85/3 AUS 53% Australia gained the upper hand
      once gain by decreasing the run-rate below 8 and taking 2 more wickets. Pakistan’s chances increased by 3% during this period.
arrow 16 Overs: PAK 125/4 AUS 53% Pakistan continued at just below 8
      per over. They lost 1 more wicket in the process and their chances remained the same during this period.
arrow 20 Overs: PAK 162/9 AUS 51% Despite the flurry of wickets, Pakistan
      managed to eke out a fairly decent total. Pakistan’s chances increased by 2% during this period.
       
  Second Inns (AUS: Target 163)  
     
arrow 5 Overs: AUS 36/3 PAK 52% Pakistan had a terrific start with
      the ball, 3 wickets were taken in the first 5 overs, with Australia behind the 8-ball. Australia’s chances decreased by 3% during this period.
arrow 11 Overs: AUS 82/3 PAK 51% After the opening burst of wickets,
      Australia looked to consolidate and they got a steady partnership going. Australia’s chances increased by 1% during this period.
arrow 15 Overs: AUS 113/6 PAK 55% Pakistan crushed Australian hopes
      again as they ripped the Australian middle-order with 3 more wickets. Australia chances decreased by 4% during this period.
arrow 19.4 Overs: AUS 151/10 PAK 100% Australia finally crumbled when they
      faced a massive required rate. Going for broke, they failed to bat out the overs for the second match running as they lost by 11 runs.

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