David Warner, Pat Cummins roar in Australia's 41-run victory over Pakistan

Check out all the photo highlights from match 17 of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 played between Australia and Pakistan at The Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton

FirstCricket Staff June 13, 2019 17:07:20 IST
David Warner, Pat Cummins roar in Australia's 41-run victory over Pakistan
David Warner Pat Cummins roar in Australias 41run victory over Pakistan

David Warner rejoices his first ODI century since his one-year ban with his trademark celebration. Warner was named the Player of the Match for his outstanding effort. AP

David Warner Pat Cummins roar in Australias 41run victory over Pakistan

Glenn Maxwell ran out Sarfaraz Ahmed for the final wicket as Australia sealed a 41-run victory. AP

David Warner Pat Cummins roar in Australias 41run victory over Pakistan

Australia were put into bat by Pakistan and opening pair of Aaron Finch and David Warner laid the platform with an 146-run partnership. AP

David Warner Pat Cummins roar in Australias 41run victory over Pakistan

Left-arm quick Mohammed Amir delivered an outstanding spell bagging his maiden five-wicket haul in ODIs. AP

David Warner Pat Cummins roar in Australias 41run victory over Pakistan

Fakhar Zaman was dismissed for a duck as he slashed Cummins' delivery to third man. AP

David Warner Pat Cummins roar in Australias 41run victory over Pakistan

Pat Cummins was the pick of the Australian bowlers, taking three wickets and conceding only 33 runs. AP

David Warner Pat Cummins roar in Australias 41run victory over Pakistan

Mohammed Hafeez along side Imam ul Haq raised 80-run stand for the 3rd wicket before the latter was dismissed, triggering a collapse that saw Pakistan lose three wickets in 14 balls. AP

David Warner Pat Cummins roar in Australias 41run victory over Pakistan

Aaron Finch fancied his part-time bowling and picked out the key wicket of Mohammed Hafeez, which was only his fourth wicket in ODIs. AP

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