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Pakistan has set a target of 151 runs for Australia in second t20

Pakistan has set a target of 151 runs for Australia in the second of three T20 matches.

In the second T20 match played in Canberra, Australia, Captain Babar Azam won the toss and decided to bat against Australia. National team opener Fakhr Zaman failed to score once and scored just 2 runs, catching the ball of Cummins.
In the meantime, veteran batsman Haris Sohail came in to support Babar, but he too soon lost his wicket.

Mohammad Rizwan and Asif Ali were also dismissed without playing long innings. After completing their 12th T20 half-century, they were run out for a second run, in the second T20 match, no change was made to the national team.

Not only that, the team has been retained for the Twenty20 match but no changes have been made to the Australian team.

It should be noted that the first T20 match between Sydney and Pakistan was played in the rain on Sunday.

Pakistan batted first in the rain-affected match and scored 107 runs in 15 overs and Australia under Duck Worth-Louis Law.

The target was 119 for the victory. Australia started the innings best thanks to the aggressive batting of captain Aaron Finch and only strengthened the grip of the match by 41 runs in 3.1 overs. Rain interrupted the match on stage.

Due to continuous rains, the match could not resume and the umpires had decided to end the match with the consent of the captains of both teams.

Babar Azam (Captain) Fakhr Zaman, Harris Sohail, Iftikhar Ahmed, Asif Ali Emad Wasim, Mohammed Amir, Mohammad Irfan, Mohammad Rizwan (wicketkeeper), Shadab Khan and Wahab Riaz.

Edgar, Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Ken Richardson and Adam Zampa.

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