Steve smith hurt Pakistan the most in the second T20I. The previous Australian captain stayed unbeaten on 80 from 51 deliveries, thus leading his team to an impressive 7 wicket win over Pakistan.
Australia finished chasing the paltry score of 151, which they completed in 18.3 overs while Smith and Ashton (8 in 15 balls) were still at the crease.
Pakistan got to a horrible start earlier in the day when they elected to bat as Fakhar and Haris Sohail got out early. The Men in Green could not control the fall of wickets at regular intervals as they managed to add only 150 for the loss of 6 wickets at the end of 20 overs.
Completing another half-century the Pakistani Captain was the only star with the bat.
While that implies Aaron Finch’s men don’t go to Canberra with a 1-0 lead, they do participate in the challenge with critical force. Australia are on something of a T20I tear right now, having won their last five games. David Warner ends up in overpowering structure once more, as does Finch, who looked imperious in the brief span Australia got the chance to bat before the climate interceded. The bowlers, as well, Adam accepted, had strong excursions carrying on from the Sri Lanka series. Meanwhile, Pakistan all of a sudden ends up in chaos in their most-favoured organization of the most recent three years.