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Dropped catch (By Hasan Ali) costed us: Babar Azam

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In a nail-biting finish, Australia managed to achieve what seemed out of their reach. Needing 22 of the final 12 balls, the Aussies took on the premiere fast bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi. After having luck on his side when Wade was dropped by Hasan Ali, a night he will like to forget quickly, Wade took on Shaheen and hit three sixes. The match hung in balance and Pakistan always had their noses ahead, however, just like the NZ vs Eng Semifinal, the fate of the game was decided in the 19th over.

Upon being asked about the turning point in the presentation ceremony, Babar Azam pointed that teams like Australia will snatch away the victory if given a chance. Babar was pointing to the dropped chance from Hasan Ali which cost them badly. Had the catch be had taken, a new batsman would undoubtedly have found it difficult to score.

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With 96 for five in the 12th over, Pakistan was firmly ahead. Wade and Stoinis consolidated a partnership and took calculated risks. Shadab Khan was the pick of the Pakistan bowler with two wickets for 26 runs.

Babar admitted that their execution of plans went as per their wanting. Pakistan scored an above-par score of 177 for five in their innings. The Aussies lost their skipper of the third ball of the first over, with an inswinger from Shaheen Shah Afridi.

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