World Cup 2019, AUS vs PAK in pictures: Warner, Cummins power Australia to a 41-run victory

David Warner scored his 15th international ton and Cummins bowled an amazing spell as Australia beat Pakistan by 41 runs in spite of Mohammad Amir picking up five wickets in Taunton.

Aaron Finch
Aaron Finch, dropped twice by Pakistan, gave Australia a rollicking start with David Warner. The duo added 146 runs for the first wicket as Finch helped himself to 82 off 84 balls with six fours and two sixes. Photo: Reuters
David Warner
Australia's David Warner celebrates his century, his 15th in ODIs and first after returning from a ban for his involvement in the ball tampering episode. Warner scored 107 in 111 balls with 11 fours and 1 six. Photo: AFP
Mohammad Amir
Mohammad Amir sizzled with the new ball and made Aaron Finch and David Warner work their way for runs as he bowled two maiden overs in the first powerplay. He came back to rock the middle and lower order to return with impressive figures of 10-2-30-5. Photo: Getty Images
Glenn Maxwell
Glenn Maxwell had no clue to this delivery from Shaheen Afridi. Maxwell was out for 20 off just 10 balls. Afridi returned with figiures of 2/70 in his 10 overs. Photo: AP
Pat Cummins
Pat Cummins rocked Pakistan early when he removed Fakhar Zaman for no score in the third over. Cummins finished the game with figures of 3 for 33 in 10 overs. Photo: Reuters
Imam-ul-Haq and Mohammad Hafeez put up a 80-run third wicket partnership to stabilise the innings for Pakistan. Photo: Getty Images
Australia skipper Aaron Finch broke the third-wicket partnership and initiated a Pakistan collapse as the Asian side lost four wickets for 24 runs. Photo: Getty Images
Pakistan captain Sarfaraz Ahmed added 64 runs for the eighth wicket with Wahab Riaz to keep the 1992 World Cup winner in the hunt in the run-chase. Hasan Ali also chipped in with a quick-fire 32. Photo: Getty Images
Mitchell Starc came back into the attack to take the wicket of Wahab Riaz and he also cleaned up Mohammad Amir with his express pace. Photo: Getty Images
Glenn Maxwell's run-out of Sarfaraz Ahmed wrapped up the innings and Australia was finally able to celebrate after the Pakistan lower order had given the five-time World champion a scare. Photo: Getty Images