Australia's 164 is beatable but not a good start by Pak batting. Top order has failed as usual. What do you think? Can the middle order come to resue again?

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Amazing partnership between Shoaib and Misbah. Misbah is quite a gem.
Congrats!! Another glorious win, thanks to the middle order. Shoaib played the captain's innings. Misbah was terrific. On to the semi finals now!
yeah, great win for pakistan, great performance by shoaib and misbah. misbah is certainly silencing his critics, including me.
Although its a great victory, but team Pakistan are yet to prove their mettle if they can lift the cup.
Team Pakistan is an unpredicatble side, that can produce Heroics at one time and miserably fails the other time. But however, from the current results wishes to Pakistan Team, they can win the World Cup. Best of Luck to them

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