LAHORE: An all-round performance by Noah McFadyen and Nivethan Radhakrishnan helped Australia Under-16s to a three-wicket win over Pakistan in the second 50-over match of the five-match series at the ICC Academy in Dubai Friday, says a press release.The result left the series tied at 1-1. Pakistan had won the first match by five wickets, with the third match to be played on Sunday.On Friday, the visitors chased down the target of 192 for the loss... (Date:01/12/2019 00:15) Read full article >>

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