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Australia completes a 3-0 sweep over Pakistan

Australia completes a 3-0 sweep over Pakistan

In his final test match, Australian opener David Warner played a crucial role in guiding Australia to an eight-wicket victory over Pakistan on Saturday. Warner, scoring 57 runs, bid farewell to his illustrious 112-test career as a winner on his home ground, the Sydney Cricket Ground. Needing only 11 runs for a series-clinching triumph, Warner was dismissed lbw by Sajid Khan, receiving a heartfelt applause from the crowd as he left the field.

Australia secured a 3-0 series win as they chased down the target of 130 runs in their second innings. Usman Khawaja, the only other wicket to fall, was also dismissed lbw by Khan for a six-ball duck. Marnus Labuschagne's unbeaten 62, partnered with Steve Smith, saw Australia over the victory line.

Pakistan had set a target of 130 after Australia quickly wrapped up their innings on the morning of Day 4. Josh Hazlewood's brilliant spell of 4-16 on Day 3 had dismantled Pakistan's resistance. Despite Mohammad Rizwan and Aamir Jamal's brief resistance, Nathan Lyon's 3-36 ensured a swift end to Pakistan's innings.

The series win marked Australia's dominance, having won the first test in Perth by 360 runs and the second in Melbourne by 79 runs. Warner's farewell added a sentimental touch to the conclusive victory, acknowledging his significant contributions to Australian cricket over the years.

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Australia completes a 3-0 sweep over Pakistan

Australia completes a 3-0 sweep over Pakistan

In his final test match, Australian opener David Warner played a crucial role in guiding Australia to an eight-wicket victory over Pakistan on Saturday. Warner, scoring 57 runs, bid farewell to his illustrious 112-test career as a winner on his home ground, the Sydney Cricket Ground. Needing only 11 runs for a series-clinching triumph, Warner was dismissed lbw by Sajid Khan, receiving a heartfelt applause from the crowd as he left the field.

Australia secured a 3-0 series win as they chased down the target of 130 runs in their second innings. Usman Khawaja, the only other wicket to fall, was also dismissed lbw by Khan for a six-ball duck. Marnus Labuschagne's unbeaten 62, partnered with Steve Smith, saw Australia over the victory line.

Pakistan had set a target of 130 after Australia quickly wrapped up their innings on the morning of Day 4. Josh Hazlewood's brilliant spell of 4-16 on Day 3 had dismantled Pakistan's resistance. Despite Mohammad Rizwan and Aamir Jamal's brief resistance, Nathan Lyon's 3-36 ensured a swift end to Pakistan's innings.

The series win marked Australia's dominance, having won the first test in Perth by 360 runs and the second in Melbourne by 79 runs. Warner's farewell added a sentimental touch to the conclusive victory, acknowledging his significant contributions to Australian cricket over the years.

 
 
 

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