AUS vs PAK, ICC CWC 2019: From Dropped Catches to 'Over' Reliance on Batsmen, Here's What Pakistan Cricket Team Fans Are Complaining on Twitter in Match Against Australia
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Australia beat Pakistan by 41 runs in ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 match 17 played at Taunton County Ground on Wednesday. Australia posted a total of 307 on the board and Pakistan needed 308 to win the match. However, Pakistan failed to achieve the target as they kept losing wickets at regular intervals.

The Pakistani cricket fans reacted strongly to their team losing against Australia. Many blamed the batsmen for poor shot selection and judgement for Pakistan losing the match.

Reasons Behind Pakistan's Loss Analysed

Pakistan's Fortunes Kept Changing in the Match and So Did the Reactions of Fans

Pakistan Could Have Reduced the Deficit of Loss

Sarfaraz Ahmed's Effort Trying to Help the Side

Fans Were Discussing About This Reaction

Earlier, Australia opener David Warner hit his 15th one-day international hundred in match 17 of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 in Taunton County Ground in Somerset. Warner brought up his hundred in 102 balls with the help of 11 fours and one six during the Australia vs Pakistan match ongoing in Taunton.

Australia were going all guns blazing but Mohammad Amir's five wicket hall and economical spell helped Pakistan to stop Australia at 307. Coming out to chase 308, Pakistan failed to stitch a partnership long enough to change the momentum of the game. Australia picked wickets at regular intervals and Pakistan lost to Australia by 41 runs. Pat Cummins took three wickets and Mitchell Stark claimed two wickets to help Australia bowl out Pakistan for 266.