Australia whitewashes Pakistan in Perth as hosts’ seamers rule

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Aaron Finch strike an unbeaten fifty as Australia stormed to a 10-wicket victory in excess of Pakistan in the 3rd Twenty20 worldwide, sealing a 2- triumph in the a few-match collection.

The hosts are now on a three-series winning streak after laundering Sri Lanka at home recently and defeating India in February.

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Captain Finch opted to bowl right after profitable the toss on a energetic pitch and was rewarded when Pakistan struggled to 106-8, Kane Richardson recording the greatest figures as he took 3-18. Abbott was named player of the match for his 2/14 that began the Pakistan collapse.

Australian cricketing legend Adam Gilchrist has said that Pakistan can not be written off as semifinalists in the Men's T20 World Cup in Australia next year.

"Warner and Finch batted very well, and hopefully our bowlers can learn from that", Rashid said through an interpreter.

Iftikhar hit six legs in the only substantial innings, backing his last half century last time, while Sean Abbott, a recent acquisition of Derbyshire, provided two wickets for Australia in his first global appearance since 2014.

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The teams will now flip their interest to two Exam matches, the initial of which begins in Brisbane on November 21.

It means that Australia lost only a total of three wickets throughout the series.

"But it's really good we're playing good cricket".

The 27-year-old has taken 91 T20 wickets, at a healthy average of 22.90.

The Australian fast bowler then smashed the stumps of Mohammad Rizwan next ball with a searing inswinger, leaving Pakistan at 15 for two.

Seamer Sean Abbott (2-14), representing Australia for the first time since 2014, fell to his knees and pumped his fists after dismissing Imam-Ul-Haq with a short-pitched delivery which the opener top-edged to Ben McDermott at midwicket. Ashton Agar and Starc ended with four wickets.

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