Rejuvenated Aussies Subdue India to Level Series. Australia won the test for the first time since the “camp” scandal that swept international cricket off India with a 146 stroke at Perth Stadium on Tuesday. To win the 287 set, India never again threatened that it would start at 115 in the last day and start a miraculous victory to lose their last five wickets with only 21 runs.

They were dismissed in 140 games

They were dismissed in 140 games, and Nathan Lyon completed the first 10 months in the first seven months of the season, ending eight games with a 3-39 win over the home team. It is also the first test of South Africa’s Susane Smith and Tim Paine, the first time in five years, and is also the home of coach Justin Langer. Australia’s last test win was against South Africa at St George’s Park in March.

It was during the next test in Newlands that Cameron Bancroft caught using sandpaper to change the ball and the Australian cricket was in turmoil. The scandal was suspended for a long time in Bancroft, Smith, opener David Warner’s cricket Australia, and he was arrested in just a few months after being appointed captain. It is Australia’s best result in the previous four tests because Pakistan is in doubt about the draw with Dubai Pakistan.

They also won 22 ODIs and 6 out of 20 matches after the scandal.

Already on the fourth day, 17-year-old Virat Kohli starter, captain and losing first inning, he was involved in an extended oral mockery with Paine while Juan hit. Hope in India ran overnight against hitter Hanuma Vihari and Rishabh Pant. However, Vihari added four points to his overnight score and gave Mitchell Starc (3-46) 28 points. The right-hander tried to lightly hit the ball through the side of the bridge and succeeded in catching.

A simple catch to Marcus Harris in the middle scab. Knowing that he had exhausted his partner, Pant tried to force this issue, but drove Nathan Lyon up to Midwicket, another excellent catcher who could not escape pitching Handscom to the left and avoid slipping. Remove Cory from India’s first inning. The 30-year-old layoff left India with only 150 weak tails.

Showing a lively pitch and hoping that bounce would not be avoided. Umesh Yadav had 23 balls and he returned to Starc to get two points. India dropped to 139 points with 8 points. Ishant Sharma had no mood to flick and turned the delivery of Pat Cummins (2-25) to Paine, the wicket keeper, to make it fit the duck.

The last man to fall was Jaspir Bumrah. Jaspir Bumrah attempted a big shot and got a chance to return to Zhongshan Pat Cummins. The series goes on to the well-known Boxing Day Test starting on December 26, and Melbourne, which is seeking a renewal in Australia, seeking to win Australia’s first test series in Australia.

Scoreboard

  • Australia (first inning) 326 (M. Harris 70, T. Head 58, Sharma 4-41)
  • India (first inning) 283 (V. Kohli 123, A. Rahane 51, Lyon 5-67)
  • Australia (2nd place) 243 (Kawara 72, Shami 6-56)
  • India (2nd inning, 112-5 overnight):
  • KL Rahul b Starc 0
  • M. Vijay b Lyon 20
  • C. Pujara c Paine b Hazlewood 4
  • V. Kohli c Khawaja b Lyon 17
  • A. Rahman C Head b Hazel Wood 30
  • H. Vihari C Harris b Starc 28
  • R. Pants c Hands Combs Lyon 30
  • U. Yadav c and b Starc 2
  • I. Sharma C Paine b Cummins 0
  • Not M. Shami 0
  • J. Bumrah c and b Cummins 0
  • Extra (B-6, W-3) 9
  • TOTAL (total output, 56 outputs) 140
  • Fall of WKTS: 1-0, 2-13, 3-48, 4-55, 5-98, 6-119, 7-137, 8-139, 9-140
  • BOWLING: Starc 17-3-46-3 (1w); Hazelwood 11-3-24-2; Cummins
  • 9-0-25-2 (2w); Lyon 19-3-39-3
  • Results: Australia scored 146 points.
  • Manchester-of-Match: Nathan Lyon
  • Series: 1 to 4 matches.
  • UMPIRES: Kumar Dharmasena (Sri Lanka), Chris Gaffaney (New Zealand)
  • TV UMPIRE: Nigel Long (UK)
  • Match Reference: Ranjan Madugalle (Sri Lanka)

Sami’s Hat-Trick Brings KW on the Cusp of Semis

Inspired by Mohammad Sami’s hat-trick, Karachi Whites advanced to the national T20 Cup semi-finals with 38 wins against Multan and Lahore Blues on Tuesday. The former champion has never looked back at the Multan Cricket Stadium when Sohaib Maqsood inspired Multan to the Multan who won Tuesday 8th on Tuesday.

Their latest win was fourth in the trot, and with eight points, Karachi White is now guaranteed the final four. After posting 179-6, the biggest event Saad Nasim decided to head first, Karachi Whites received little or no threat from hitting the Lahore blues. With the exception of Rizwan Hussain and Saad, no one else exceeded 20.

Rizwan was the top scorer with 40 balls 45 including four bouts and one six and Saad hit 23 in 17 balls. Matchman Sami finished 5-14 majestic figures at 3.4 overhead shortly after the captain became the fifth bowler. Pakistan’s left-wing Rahat Ali was somewhat more expensive to grab 3-44 in four overs.

Raza Hasan lightly threw 1-21 in the fourth overhaul. But the decoration on the cake was ultimately provided by Sami. Former Pakistani Fastballer (37), who premiered Agha Salman and Rizwan early in the day, was able to join Mohammad Irfan (9) and Wicket Kipper Farhan Khan with Pakistani Aizaz Cheema LBW is the second TAT hatred of his long career.

Sami’s former hat-trick was Rana Naved-ul-Hasan, a former Pakistani teammate who was the third victim of Duronto Rajshahi with Taka’s Dakar Gladiator in the 2011-12 Bangladeshi Premier League game in Dhaka. Upfront Karachi Whites was good at his left-hander Awais Zia (Awais Zia). When his partner Khurram Manzoor saw him leave at age 18, he clobbered his 43 ball 68 to 7 4 and 3 6.

Khurram’s in-form Khurram for four consecutive years, a brutal end when the slow left-hander Mohammad Irfan’s ball was controversial by Wasimuddin’s judgment despite his beating him outside the stub line. TV reruns – as if an abandoned Pakistani batter missed an attempted attempt. Shoaib Malik also felt his presence by contributing 48 balls from 36 balls to 2 with 6 and 4 braces.

Former Pakistani captain and Awais have been involved in a third witness partnership at the age of 80 to set up a strong platform for a large sum. Last season’s runners-up Lahore Whites lost their bereaved Kamran Akmal and his younger brother Umarar, and Multan won a seven-match victory. At first Salman Butt decided everyone and surprised everyone.

Lahore was led by Raj White in the 109-7, despite Ali Khan taking charge of one and four of 36 balls (43 ballpoints) exclusively. Saif Badar hit the ball 27, but the rest went miserably against Multan’s correct bowling. Leg-spinner Mohammad Irfan Khan (2-1, 4 oversights) would have thrown a ball at a tournament that played Salman (19 out of 28 balls).

Mohammad Hafeez (later named man-of-the-match) was adorned with 5 and 4 in 38-ball efforts after winning 1-18 in 4 overs with the ability to finish off the undefeated 46. Sardar Hasan Raza scored 34 points 34 (5 4) in the second wicket with Hafeez and 45 combined.

Tuesday Results

Karachi White scored 38 points with Lahore Blues. KARACHI WHITES 179-6 20 OVER (Awais Zia 68, Shoaib Malik 48, Danish Aziz 19 none, Mohammad Irfan 2-31, Hussain Talat 2-31); The Lahore Blues are 18.4 over (Rizwan Hussain 45, Sad Nashim 23, Mohammad Sami 5-14, Rah Ali 3-44).

Multan bt Lahore 7 wickets in white.

20 over in Lahore White 109-7 (Ali Khan 43, Saif Badar 20, Mohammad Yirpan Khan 2-17); MULTAN 113-3, 17.2 Overflow (Mohammad Hafeez 46 none, Sardar Hasan Raza 33). Wednesday’s Furnishings: Islamabad vs. Patta (11:00 am); Rawalpindi vs Peshawar (3 pm).

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