Whereas Pakistan bowlers managed to bundle out Australia for 307, Asif Ali’s sloppy fielding show turned the new subject on social media on Wednesday. The Pakistani cricketer first dropped Aaron Finch at slips after which popped out a sitter on the third man offering David Warner with one other alternative to tackle the bowlers. Warner went on to attain 107 that took the Australian previous 300-run mark.
Former Pakistani cricketer Ramiz Raza additionally couldn’t resist himself from taking a dig on the Pakistan cricket workforce for his or her poor fielding show. “I don’t mean to be disheartening but this fielding from Pakistan is rubbish!!” the previous Pakistani cricketer tweeted.
I don’t imply to be disheartening however this fielding from Pakistan is garbage!!
— Ramiz Raja (@iramizraja) 12 June 2019
It began within the 12th over when Aaron Finch acquired a thickish outdoors edge however Asif standing on the first slip did not seize the ball. Nevertheless, the horror continued for the Pakistani cricketer as he once more missed a sitter again on the third man space.
— Aaron Murphy (@AaronMurphyFS) 12 June 2019
— Khurram (@khurrammki) 12 June 2019
Wahab Riaz ready for Asif Ali in dressing room: pic.twitter.com/BDErPi9RuX
— N A J E E B ???? (@its_muhammadi) 12 June 2019
This Man Bought Some Severe Problem With Asif Ali! pic.twitter.com/w3Qiatt1gd
— TASEER ABBAS (@taseer_abbas512) 12 June 2019
The ball travelled straight to him and everybody anticipated it to be a easy catch however he popped it out, leaving each Pakistani supporter on the stadium in disheartened.
Nevertheless, Mohammad Amir got here to Pakistan’s assist and his breathtaking spell restricted the defending champions from posting a huge whole on the board. The seamer, who was not picked in Pakistan’s preliminary World Cup squad, accomplished his fifer and gave away simply 30 runs in his 10-over quota.
After breaking the 146-run opening stand between Finch and Warner, the Pakistani seamer stood as much as his skipper’s expectations when the accountability was handed to him. Amir picked the essential wickets of Shaun Marsh, Usman Khawaja, Alex Carey, and Mitchell Starc to bowl out Australia for 307.