World Twenty20: Day 11 in pictures

Shahid Afridi, captain of Pakistan, speaks with former Pakistan cricketer Wasim Akram after it lost against Australia by 22 runs at the I.S. Bindra Stadium, in Mohali, on Friday. Afridi has said he will make a decision on his retirement within a week's time. Photo: Getty Images
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Pakistani players Shahid Afridi and Inmad Wasim celebrate the wicket of Aaron Finch. Photo: PTI
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Australia's David Warner puts in a full-length dive to field the ball. Photo: PTI
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From left: Adam Zampa, Steve Smith and James Faulkner celebrate the victory, which knocks Pakistan out of the World T20. Australia next faces India in a do-or-die match for both teams as the second semifinal spot is up for grabs in Group 2. New Zealand has already qualified. Photo: Getty Images
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Australia's Glenn Maxwell enjoys the victory with teammate James Faulkner (right) while, in the background, Pakistan's Mohammed Sami has a word with Shane Watson, who has announced his retirment from international cricket. Photo: PTI
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In the other encounter today, West Indies edged South Africa in a three-wicket thriller with Denesh Ramdin scoring the winning runs in the nervy enouncter, in Nagpur. The win ensures West Indies' progress to the final four while defeat for Kagiso Rabada (left) and his teammates leaves the Proteas in a precarious situation. Photo: AP
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South Africa, put into bat first by West Indies, made the worst possible start with Hashim Amla running himself out for one in the very first over. Its innings never got going after that. Photo: K. R. Deepak
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The woodwork was disturbed quite a few times in the match and one of the many victims was South Africa's David Miller, who was clueless to this delivery from 'Universe Boss' Chris Gayle. Miller was back in the hut after scoring only one. Photo: REUTERS
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The Proteas were really banking on AB de Villiers but he was completely beaten by the lack of pace, resulting in an inside edge that disturbed the framework. It was a huge wicket for West Indies and de Villiers trudged back into the dugout without entertaining the Nagpur crowd. Photo: K. R. DEEPAK
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With a paltry 123 to chase, West Indies was expected to make short work of the target considering it had Chris Gayle to start proceedings. However, Rabada had other plans as a fullish delivery on off completely bamboozled Gayle, breaking his stumps. Photo: REUTERS
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Leading up to the match, Darren Sammy apparently didn't have too much to do with the bat or the bal. And the rustiness was there for all to see as he missed a googly from Imran Tahir in the very first ball he faced. Photo: K.R. DEEPAK
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