Publish: 08 Nov 2021, 10:49 am
Pakistan maintained their 100% record at the Men's T20 World Cup with an emphatic 72-run win over Scotland to set up a semi-final against Australia, reports BBC.
They posted 189-4, with Babar Azam making 66 and Shoaib Malik an unbeaten 54 from 18 balls, the joint fastest half-century of this tournament.
Scotland limped to 117-6, with Richie Berrington hitting 54 not out.
England will face New Zealand, who beat Afghanistan earlier on Sunday to knock out India, in the other semi -final.
That game will be at 14:00 GMT on Wednesday in Abu Dhabi, with Pakistan-Australia at the same time on Thursday in Dubai.