Pakistan premier fast bowler Mohammad Amir was unhappy with Mohammad Hasnain, who didn’t follow his fielding instructions, which resulted in a missed chance to dismiss Australia opener David Warner in the third and final T20I at the Perth Stadium on Friday.
Amir was the only bowler who looked getting the Australian openers out, and he had beaten Warner twice with amazing deliveries. The plan was set, and Hasnain was placed at the third man for the finale. However, Hasnain made the mistake of being inside almost five to six yards ahead of the boundary rope, which resulted in a missed chance and six for the Aussie southpaw.
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Pakistan ended up giving another lifeline to Warner after Imam Ul Haq missed a glorious opportunity to run the 33-year-old out. After slashing a brilliant-cut shot, Warner was halfway down the track, and Imam had all the time to hit the stumps and run the southpaw out. However, Imam missed the stumps completely.
Warner went on to score an unbeaten 35-ball 48 to help Australia clean-sweep the series 2-0 after the washed-out series opener.