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 Pakistan Women's Asia Cup 2022 semifinal loss by 1 run against Sri Lanka

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Sri Lanka beat Pakistan by 1 run in the Women's Asia Cup 2022 semi-final on Thursday to advance to the final against India (October 13).

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Sri Lanka batted first and scored 122 runs in 20 overs, but Pakistan didn't capitalise.

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Nashra Sandhu's three wickets helped Pakistan limit Sri Lanka's score.

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Pakistan openers hit 3 boundaries in the first 3 overs and appeared in good form.

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Pakistan was 31/0 after three overs due to Ali's aggression and Sri Lankan extras. Sri Lanka was anxious for a wicket, and it arrived in the form of a strange run-out.

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Muneeba Ali, who appeared set for a big inning, was run out due to Sri Lankan fielding excellence and Pakistani bad luck. Her 18 (10).

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Bismah Maroof, Pakistan's captain, strode in at three and hit a boundary on her first ball, signalling her intentions. She hit a fifth-over boundary.

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Pakistan's powerplay finished at 46/1 after starting aggressively. Hasini Perera took the second wicket of Sidra Ameen (9/20) in the seventh over.

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