Australia thrashed Pakistan by 119 runs on the back of their batsmen and bowlers to make it to the semi-finals of the ongoing ICC Under-19 World Cup 2022 in the West Indies. Batting first, Australia made a strong score of 276 runs for the loss of 7 wickets. For the team, Tig Willey contributed 71 off 97 balls, Corey Miller 64 off 75 balls, Compbell Kelawi 47 and Captain Cooper Connolly 33 runs.
Teague Wyllie, now averaging 132 for the tournament, led Australia U19s to a comprehensive win over Pakistan to put them into the World Cup semi finals in Antigua https://t.co/dtveh5wq8K
— cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) January 28, 2022
For Pakistan, captain Qasim Akram top-scored with three, Awais Ali two and Zeeshan Ali and Mehran Mumtaz took one wicket each in their account.
In response to the target of 277 runs, Pakistan were bundled out for 157 runs after playing 35 overs and one ball. The team’s Mehran Mumtaz was the top scorer, who contributed 29 runs. Apart from him, Abdul Fasih scored 28 and Irfan Khan scored 287 runs. For Australia, William Selzman took three and Tom Whitney and Jack Seinfeld took two wickets each.