ADELAIDE: Pakistan were all out on 213 runs in the World Cup quarter final against Australia here at Adelaide on Friday, ARY News reports.
Pakistan won the toss and opted to take guard against the Australian co-hosts.
Batting first, the green shirts managed just 213 on the board as they failed to build any solid partnership and losing their batsmen with regular intervals.
Haris Sohail was the top scorer for the team as he made 41 runs from 57 balls while captain Misbah-ul-Haq made 34 runs from 59 balls.
Sohaib Maqsood contributed 29 runs while Shahid Afridi scored 23 runs for his team.
Australian pacer Josh Hazlewood took four wickets in the innings while Mitchell Starc and Glenn Maxwell took two wickets each.
Mitchell Johson and James Faulkner shared two wickets each.
The co-hosts require 214 runs in their 50 overs with required run rate of 4.28 runs per over.