Babar,Rizwan get stuck

Australia 177 for 5 (Warner 49, Wade 41*, Stoinis 40*, Shadab 4-26) beat Pakistan 176 for 4 (Rizwan 67, Zaman 55*, Starc 2-38) by five wickets

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Babar,Rizwan get stuck

It will be tempting to paint Hasan Ali, as the villain, but the match was lost when Pakistan scored just 71 in the first 10 overs on arguably the best batting track Dubai has rolled out all tournament.

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Babar,Rizwan get stuck

Mohammad Rizwan was in the hospital till late Wednesday night, getting treated for flu-like illness.

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Babar,Rizwan get stuck

He cleared the fitness test on match day, and there was no way Pakistan were splitting a successful opening partnership.

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Babar,Rizwan get stuck

Asked to bat first, the questions for them was: do you go for a par score and ask your bowling to bail you out, or do you try to provide them some cushion?

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Babar,Rizwan get stuck

Rizwan attacked almost everything. His approach was clear the moment they saw what a belter the pitch was.

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Babar,Rizwan get stuck

Babar Azam, though, failed to help his partner out. Together they let Australia take out their fifth bowler's quota for just 31 runs within the first 10 overs.

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Babar,Rizwan get stuck

Glenn Maxwell bowled an over to two right-hand batters with no boundary attempts.

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Babar,Rizwan get stuck

When Babar finally slogged Adam Zampa to be caught at long-on, Pakistan were 71 for 1, and had once again left themselves needing 120 off the last 10.

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Babar,Rizwan get stuck

At what is considered the best time to bat in T20s, Babar scored at 114.7 per 100 balls.

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