What appear to be a low scoring game and very getable score left by Pakistan (151), Australian were all sent to pavilion for 117 with five balls to spare. It was no match fro the world’s No.1 T20 side, failed again without putting up any reasonable resistance. Pakistan, who won the first match by 66 runs in Abu Dhabi followed by 11 run victory in the second in Dubai trashed Australia again.
The tourists started solid with newly promoted Alex Carey to open alongside with Finch who hit 20 off the first over including two sixes. It was second over when it was started when Finch got out at mid-on and followed by Carey in third over.
— PCB Official (@TheRealPCB) October 28, 2018
Below are twitter post by cricket.com
— cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) October 28, 2018
As Cric info’s Danyal Rasool summed; these three T20Is have been uncannily similar. Particularly so the first innings, where a big partnership up top for Pakistan (inevitably involving Babar) has set Pakistan on their way to a total that, with the right finish, would see them post in excess of 170. This time Farhan, playing just his second T20I, was his partner in crime. His first T20I had also come against Australia, in the final of the tri-series in Harare, where he had been run out for 0. This was a far more memorable game for him, as he took responsibility for assuming the Fakhar Zaman role, smashing three sixes and two fours on his way to 39. His stand of 93 with Babar, which was the biggest partnership all series, set Pakistan on their way to a score Australia would find too steep.
Pakistan: Sarfraz Ahmed (capt), Sahibzada Farhan, Mohammad Hafeez, Babar Azam, Asif Ali, Shoaib Malik, Shadab Khan, Usman Shinwari, Hasan Ali, Imad Wasim, Faheem Ashraf
Australia: Aaron Finch (capt), Alex Carey, Mitchell Marsh, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Chris Lynn, Glenn Maxwell, Ben McDermott, D’Arcy Short, Billy Stanlake, Andrew Tye, Adam Zampa