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Jun 12, 2019 10:52 PM IST | Source: Moneycontrol.com

Australia vs Pakistan Live Score, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 match highlights: As it happened

Catch all the highlights from match 17 of the ICC Cricket World Cup match between AUS and PAK played at the Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton.

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    That concludes the coverage of this match. Join us tomorrow for India's match against New Zealand. The two teams are the only unbeaten side in the tournament so far. It promises to be a thrilling match provided rain gods are kind on us. Our coverage starts from 2.00 PM. For now it good-bye and good-night. 

  • Jun 12, 10:47 PM (IST)

    Aaron Finch: “Certainly did put us under pressure. Guys like Hassan and Wahab are good strikers of the ball. Hard to stop when they're on a roll. Just had to bowl our best ball, whether it's a length ball or yorker. When you're slightly off, on a small ground like this, you're punished. Didn't bat out our fifty overs which was disappointing. When you go with an extra batter, you back the batsmen to do the job. Probably tried to go a little too hard too early. It was a tough call to leave out Zampa. When you lose your all-rounder to injury, have to choose one or the other. An extra batter or extra bowler. Went with the extra batter today. Backed Maxwell to bowl the overs. Was a tough call on Zampa. Has been bowling nicely.”

  • Jun 12, 10:43 PM (IST)

    Sarfaraz Ahmed: “Definitely very disappointing. Lost three wickets in 15 balls from 140/3. To take positives, Hassan Ali batted well, Wahab batted well. Fought in the end but could not well. Except Amir ,others did not bowl well. For me, this was a 270-280 pitch. To win matches, top four has to perform. Made runs but couldn't convert. To win matches, top four must score runs. India-Pakistan is a big match so we'll try our level best.”

  • Jun 12, 10:40 PM (IST)

    David Warner: "When I got out we had 70 balls to go, as the 'in' batter you want to bat 50 overs, we should have been around 340-50, credit to Pakistan, their second spells were fantastic and made it hard for us to hit down the ground. It was a used wicket and a touch dry, they bowled very straight lines, gave me no width, I just had to come out.... bit of movement early on, had to be tighter and climb into the back-of-a-length balls. For us it's about the way we finished, some great knocks for Pakistan, Wahab freeing his arms. Our bowlers bowled fantastic, they probably got closer than we expected but it was a great game."

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