It was when Pakistan needed exact 100 runs from 15 overs.
Before Malik, Imam-ul-Haq (80) and Babar Azam (60) hit patient half-centuries in a 154-run stand but the slow run rate made it hard for Pakistan. Imam scored 80 before being run out, while Babar made 66.
While Shoaib Malik appeared to be hero to save Pakistan from defeat as he smashed unbeaten 51 off 43 with the help of one six and three fours to finish the game in the last over. They need to play a par game to register a win.
Pakistan were not so good in the field against Afghanistan, dropping five chances in Abu Dhabi.
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Shahidi had added 63 for the third wicket with Rahmat Shah who scored a measured 36.
Earlier, Shahidi needed a boundary off the last ball to complete his century but Hasan Ali denied him the milestone with a incoming yorker which the left-hander could not put away. Pakistan lost Haris Sohail (13), Sarfraz Ahmad (8), Asif Ali (7) and Mohammad Nawaz (10) with Afghan bowlers fighting hard. At the end of the 30th over, they were 116-3. The Afghanistan captain chipped in with a handy knock of 67 runs.
The next over saw another catch dropped - the game's fourth until that point - with the guilty party being Afridi himself. Remarkably, Pakistan's 18-year old debutant Shaheen Afridi was involved in all of the lapses. He was bowled off a no ball when he was on 76 in the penultimate over.
Shahidi, after being given a lifeline by Hasan's overstretching foot, found an extra gear and smacked several more boundaries. Afghanistan, meanwhile, finished their innings at 257-6.
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The man in the video is laughing as he ploughs the group of animals down. "F**king emus", the man is heard shouting. The auto runs over about half a dozen of them, with the driver counting along and laughing.
His participation in the interviews was also reportedly voluntary, without any promises of leniency made by the prosecutors. It also appears Cohen has been cooperating with state officials in a separate probe dealing with the Trump family charity.
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