Stoinis and Wade show hows it's done

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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Stoinis and Wade show hows it's done

Australia might have lost four extra wickets than Pakistan at death overs stage because of the risks they took, but they had 12 extra runs.

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Stoinis and Wade show hows it's done

Those 12 extra runs proved to be the difference in the end as Stoinis and Wade didn't panic

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Stoinis and Wade show hows it's done

and finished the game off with one full over to spare, roughly worth 12 runs.

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Stoinis and Wade show hows it's done

It wasn't Hasan's night, though. With 62 required in five overs, he bowled a no-ball in the 16th over to give away 12.

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Stoinis and Wade show hows it's done

Then he went for 15 in the 18th, which can happen to any bowler when batters are swinging for the hills.

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Stoinis and Wade show hows it's done

In the 19th, 20 required off 10, Hasan over-ran a catch in the deep, possibly the first big error from Pakistan in the field.

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Stoinis and Wade show hows it's done

What should have been 20 off nine with one bowler in was now 18 off nine. Wade then unleashed his pace hitting, pouncing on the small errors Afridi made in length.

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Stoinis and Wade show hows it's done

Two of the sixes were ramps, using Afridi's high pace to his advantage.

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Stoinis and Wade show hows it's done

Rauf ended up not bowling 25% of his quota because Hasan was given the 18th. That was not the first mistake Babar made on the night.

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