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AFG VS PAK, 3rd ODI Updates: Pakistan Beat Afghanistan By 59 Runs, Claim Series 3-0

AFG VS PAK, 3rd ODI Updates: Pakistan Beat Afghanistan By 59 Runs, Claim Series 3-0

Pakistan elected to bat first in the third ODI of the series, having already won the series. Despite the openers' poor start, Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan played vital innings, both getting fifties.

Their collaboration paved the way for Pakistan to score over 260 points, with Agha Salman and Mohammad Nawaz contributing. During the chase, Afghanistan struggled, losing wickets at regular intervals. Some batsmen had promise, but none threatened Pakistan's aim.

Mujeeb Ur Rahman played an exciting innings near the end, but it fell short. Pakistan won the series 3-0 thanks to a dominant effort in this match. Except for the second game, Pakistan dominated the series.

Haris Rauf's five-wicket haul helped them defend a modest score of 201 in the opening ODI. Afghanistan produced a daunting 300/5 in the second ODI, but Pakistan's batsmen, led by Imam-ul-Haq and Babar Azam, engineered a stunning chase, securing a 2-0 series lead. The series was eventually won by Pakistan by a score of 3-0.

Pakistan Gains Confidence Ahead of Asia Cup

Pakistan batted first in the third ODI, having already won the series, and scored over 260, led by Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan. Afghanistan faltered in their pursuit, and Pakistan easily triumphed, completing a 3-0 series victory. Except for the second ODI, which Pakistan won with a stunning chase, Pakistan had dominated the series.

LIVE 3rd ODI PAK vs AFG: Pakistan Wins

Pakistan's Shaheen Afridi seals the deal! After Pakistan established a formidable aim, the conclusion was unavoidable. Afghanistan is defeated by Pakistan by 59 runs, giving Pakistan a clinical series victory.

Fareed Ahmad is bowled out by Shaheen Afridi after attempting a scoop but failing due to damaged stumps. Pakistan completes a rout against Afghanistan in Sri Lanka. Fareed Ahmad leaves after scoring 17 runs, one of which was a boundary.

Complete Score PAK 268/8 (50)
AFG 209 (48.4)
Pakistan won by 59 runs