Australia Vs Pakistan, 2nd ODI Summary: Green Shirts Win By 6 Wickets

After facing defeat by Kangaroos, finally Pakistan named victory in second ODI by beating Australia by six wickets at Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), Melbourne on Jan 15, 2017.

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Green Shirts left their nation sad by facing defeat in first one day, though their efforts made joyful every single Pakistani by carrying out five-match series level with 1-1.

Pakistan national cricket team chased the 220 runs target in 47.4 overs, easily but had to concentrate on their bowling line up.

The Green Shirts captain Mohammad Hafeez honored by the Man of the Match, said by addressing news reporters that their partners have shown great responsibility to make this possible.

He also highlighted over batting line up, saying his boys those hit impressive strokes even ball wasn’t coming on to the bat.

However, the pitch was in favor of balling, while Australians took complete benefit of it but Green Shirts bowlers also have done tremendous efforts to victory possible for the nation.

Hafeez looks impressed by his right-armed off-break spinner Shoaib Malik who bowled well and produced lots of difficulties in way of Kangaroos’ strong batting line who can easily create the gigantic target for Green rivals.

Hafeez feels proud after giving victory to his nation as well those Pakistani who were at the MCG stadium to support them on Sunday.

Australian captain Steven Smith stated their bat remains in form all the time but day was for Pakistan have been in some serious trouble.

Smith also said that their batsmen were on way to hit hard Green spinners but unfortunately they remained successful to present hurdles hence no one can show natural game to audience.

Mohammad Amir kicked out three Aussie batsmen Imad Wasim and Junaid Khan threw out 2, 2, although Josh Hazlewood and James Faulkner came out finest bowlers from Australia side.




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