Mohammad Rizwan
Alex Carey is ejected after a diving catch by Mohammad Rizwan.

Mohammad Rizwan dived low to his left and grabbed a diving catch off Carey’s length delivery behind the wicket during Australia’s match against Pakistan. Wasim picked up his second wicket of the day, bringing his day’s total to 2/56 from 10 overs.

Second ODI between Australia and Pakistan at Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore, Alex Carey was removed for five runs off 10 balls, continuing his poor batting trend for the Australians. When Mohammad Wasim came in to bowl the 44th over, the wicketkeeper-batter was out. Mohammad Rizwan got a low diving catch to his left as Carey tried to drive the length delivery behind the wicket. Also, this was Wasim’s second wicket of the day. He took 2/56 in 10 overs.

Carey’s firing can be seen in the video below:

Ben McDermott scored a century as Australia amassed 348-8 in 50 overs. With 10 fours and four sixes, McDermott amassed 104 runs off 108 balls to help his team win the game. During this time, Marnus Labuschagne scored a half-century and Travis Head scored 89 runs off 70 balls.

Shaheen Shah Afridi claimed four wickets for Pakistan in addition to Wasim Akram’s two-wicket haul. Each of the hosts’ two dismissals came from Zahid Mahmood and Khushdil Shah.

An 88-run victory in the opening one-day international at the same venue gives the visitors a 1-0 lead in the three-match series.

In the first one-day international, Australia posted 313 for seven in 50 overs, setting a target of 314 runs, thanks to a 101-run effort from Travis Head.

In that game, McDermott tallied a fifty.

Pakistan was all out for 225 in 45.2 overs after being set a goal of 314 runs.


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