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Pak Vs Aus Match Analysis These Are The Reasons To Pakistan Loss – T20 World Cup

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Sports Desk, Amar Ujala, Dubai

Published by: Shaktiraj Singh
Updated Fri, 12 Nov 2021 12:30 AM IST

Summary

Australia defeated Pakistan by five wickets in the semi-final match to reach the final. Now the T20 World Cup title match will be between New Zealand and Australia. Once again a new team will be the winner in the T20 World Cup.

Australian players celebrate after taking Pakistan wicket
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Australia has become the second team to reach the final in the T20 World Cup 2021. Now he will have to face New Zealand in the title match. In the second semi-final match, Australia defeated Pakistan by five wickets and made it to the final. This year once again a new team will win the T20 World Cup. The history of this tournament has also been similar. West Indies is the only team to have won the T20 World Cup twice. Except in 2016, only a new team has emerged victorious in the T20 World Cup. Here we are telling why Pakistan had to face defeat in the second semi-final match.

Toss is very important
The importance of the toss remains very high in the Dubai ground. Especially in the evening match, the loser of the toss is already behind in the first match. The same happened with Pakistan. The morale of the players dropped as Babar lost the toss. Along with this, the bowlers had trouble while bowling even after scoring good scores and Shaheen Afridi, who bowled well in the beginning, proved to be very expensive later. Along with them, Hasan Ali and Harish Rauf also looted a lot of runs and Australia achieved the target of 177 runs in 19 overs.

Poor bowling in the last over
Pakistan bowlers bowled poorly in the last overs and conceded 50 runs in just three overs. It was not that any extra bowler or spinner bowled during this period. In these three overs, leading bowlers like Hasan Ali, Harish Rauf and Shaheen Afridi combined to concede 50 runs in 18 balls. Shaheen gave 22 runs in his last over and did not let the match go till the 20th over. Pakistan did not defend a target against any major team in this tournament and it turned out to be their weak link in the semi-finals.

Match lost due to poor fielding
In this match, the players of Pakistan also took many good catches, but could not take wickets on important occasions. Pakistan had many run out chances, but none of the Australian players got run out. Pakistan missed a total of three run out chances. Twice out of these, he could get out Matthew Wade and once he could take the wicket of David Warner. Both these players snatched the victory from the jaws of Pakistan. Wade had given a catch even before Shaheen hit three sixes in the last over, but Pakistan also caught it. After getting three lives, Wade ended the match by hitting three consecutive sixes.

Missed another spinner
Pakistan’s Shadab Khan took four wickets in this match, but no other bowler could do any wonders other than him. The Australian batsmen score runs easily against the fast bowlers and find it difficult to play spin. It was clearly visible in this match as well, but Pakistan did not have any other good spin bowler. Imad Wasim and Hafeez also bowled in this match but Imad did not try to turn the ball and it was difficult for Hafeez to bowl in a single step. For this reason, despite Australia taking five wickets at 96 runs, Pakistan’s bowlers could not get them cheap and Wade, who was out of form, threw Pakistan out of the World Cup.

Hassan Ali was trusted
In the semi-final match, Pakistan also repeated the same mistake that India had committed against Pakistan. Hasan Ali did not perform well for Pakistan in any match in this World Cup. He didn’t even seem to be in his rhythm. He had spent a lot of runs against India and the same thing happened in the rest of the matches. Despite this, he was given a chance in every match and being a big name, Babar did not dare to drop him from the team. In this match too, Hasan Ali looted a lot of runs and drowned his team’s loot. India had also fed Bhuvneshwar only on the basis of name and it also bore the brunt.

Expansion

Australia has become the second team to reach the final in the T20 World Cup 2021. Now he will have to face New Zealand in the title match. In the second semi-final match, Australia defeated Pakistan by five wickets and made it to the final. This year once again a new team will win the T20 World Cup. The history of this tournament has also been similar. West Indies is the only team to have won the T20 World Cup twice. Except in 2016, only a new team has emerged victorious in the T20 World Cup. Here we are telling why Pakistan had to face defeat in the second semi-final match.

Toss is very important

The importance of the toss remains very high in the Dubai ground. Especially in the evening match, the loser of the toss is already behind in the first match. The same happened with Pakistan. The morale of the players dropped as Babar lost the toss. Along with this, the bowlers had trouble while bowling even after scoring good scores and Shaheen Afridi, who bowled well in the beginning, proved to be very expensive later. Along with them, Hasan Ali and Harish Rauf also looted a lot of runs and Australia achieved the target of 177 runs in 19 overs.

Poor bowling in the last over

Pakistan bowlers bowled poorly in the last overs and conceded 50 runs in just three overs. It was not that any extra bowler or spinner bowled during this period. In these three overs, leading bowlers like Hasan Ali, Harish Rauf and Shaheen Afridi combined to concede 50 runs in 18 balls. Shaheen gave 22 runs in his last over and did not let the match go till the 20th over. Pakistan did not defend a target against any major team in this tournament and it turned out to be their weak link in the semi-finals.

Match lost due to poor fielding

In this match, the players of Pakistan also took many good catches, but could not take wickets on important occasions. Pakistan had many run out chances, but none of the Australian players got run out. Pakistan missed a total of three run out chances. Twice out of these, he could get out Matthew Wade and once he could take the wicket of David Warner. Both these players snatched the victory from the jaws of Pakistan. Wade had given a catch even before Shaheen hit three sixes in the last over, but Pakistan also caught it. After getting three lives, Wade ended the match by hitting three consecutive sixes.

Missed another spinner

Pakistan’s Shadab Khan took four wickets in this match, but no other bowler could do any wonders other than him. The Australian batsmen score runs easily against the fast bowlers and find it difficult to play spin. It was clearly visible in this match as well, but Pakistan did not have any other good spin bowler. Imad Wasim and Hafeez also bowled in this match but Imad did not try to turn the ball and it was difficult for Hafeez to bowl in a single step. For this reason, despite Australia taking five wickets at 96 runs, Pakistan’s bowlers could not get them cheap and Wade, who was out of form, threw Pakistan out of the World Cup.

Hassan Ali was trusted

In the semi-final match, Pakistan also repeated the same mistake that India had committed against Pakistan. Hasan Ali did not perform well for Pakistan in any match in this World Cup. He didn’t even seem to be in his rhythm. He had spent a lot of runs against India and the same thing happened in the rest of the matches. Despite this, he was given a chance in every match and being a big name, Babar did not dare to drop him from the team. In this match too, Hasan Ali looted a lot of runs and drowned his team’s loot. India had also fed Bhuvneshwar only on the basis of name and it also bore the brunt.

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