Bowlers help Australia seal series

Women from Australia 104 for 4 (Mooney 29, Give 1-16) beat Women from Pakistan 101 all (Sohail 43, Molineux 3-14) with six windows

Megan Schutt celebrates a wicket with teammates AFP

A team effort by the bowlers of Australia ensured that they sealed the T20I series of three matches at the first opportunity against Pakistan, achieving a victory of six wicket with three auctions in Kuala Lumpur. Megan Schutt, Georgia Wareham and Sophie Molineux were mainly responsible for ensuring that Pakistan only managed to reach three figures, and the trio took eight windows for 33 races, while Pakistan was expelled for 101.

Umaima Sohail, who scored 43 out 38, he kept Australia at bay for much of the first 15 overs. He made an association of 40 races with captain Javeria Khan for the second field, which led Pakistan to a somewhat competitive score.

Australia was clinical in the pursuit and the outcome of the game was never really in doubt. Pakistan continued to take regular windows with Sana Mir, who recently became the best ODI bowler, knocking out Alyssa Healy in the third. But after Australia met with 62 for four, Ellyse Perry and Elyse Villani were placed in an unbeaten 40-race position, seeing Australia through the finish line with 18 balls still available.

The result means that Australia has achieved all three matches. series of matches. In the first game, they beat Pakistan by 64 runs.


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