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Australia smashed Pakistan by 94 runs in the third and final Twenty20 International in Dubai, closing the series with a dominant win.After a half-century from David Warner had helped them set a ground record of 168 for seven, they dismissed Pakistan for a dismal 74 all out.
After much deliberation, it has been decided that Mohammad Hafeez is this week's Cricket World Player of the Week. At first glance, it may not be an obvious choice, but, in each of the matches that Pakistan played last week, Hafeez made a more than useful contribution.
Pakistan won a sensational match in Dubai to clinch their three-game Twenty20 International series against Australia with a match still to play. A super-over was needed to separate the two sides after they had both ended on 151 from their 20 overs.
A cricket video for Cricket World TV about the latest cricket news as we discuss the upcoming Twenty20 Internationals this weekend which see Australia, Pakistan, England, South Africa, India and New Zealand all in action.
Pakistan bowled Australia out for just 89 - the second lowest score they have ever been dismissed for in their history - on their way to a comprehensive seven-wicket win in the opening Twenty20 International in Dubai.
It is the absorbing second Test match between New Zealand and India in Bangalore that provides this week's winner. Ross Taylor hit a sublime 113 in the visitors' total of 365, but that effort was bettered by Virat Kohli, who scored 154 runs across two innings to help India to a series clean sweep.
Glenn Maxwell's maiden half-century guided Australia to a series-clinching three-wicket win over Pakistan in the third and final One-Day International in Sharjah.After Pakistan reached 244 for seven, an innings in which Mitchell Starc grabbed four for 51, Michael Hussey hit 65 and Maxwell 56 not out as Australia got home with three overs to spare.
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