Australia Return To Winning Ways 41-Run Victory Over Pakistan
David Warner was not his usual destructive self but effective nevertheless, his first international century since completing the ball-tampering ban setting up Australia's 41-run win over Pakistan in the World Cup on Wednesday.
David Warner made 107 and, with captain Aaron Finch (82), got Australia off to a flying start with an opening stand of 146. (All images courtesy: AFP)
David Warner scored his first international century since completing a ball-tampering ban.
Mohammad Amir dragged Pakistan back into the game with career-best figures of five for 30 in 10 overs.
Opener Imam-ul-Haq was upping the tempo in his 53 when he gloved Pat Cummins down the legside to wicket-keeper Alex Carey.
Captain Sarfaraz Ahmed (40) and the big-hitting Wahab Riaz (45) gave Pakistan renewed hope with a stand of 64.
Australia have three wins in four matches while Pakistan are struggling, with just one victory in their four games so far.