Dhaka, June 12 -- Pakistan speedster Mohammad Amir registered his first five-wicket haul on Wednesday to restrict defending champions Australia to a moderate total of 307 all out despite a century by David Warner (107) in their ICC Cricket World Cup match at the Cooper Associates County ground in Taunton featuring on Wednesday.

Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed won the toss and opted to bowl first. But David Warner and Australia captain Aaron Finch posted 146 runs in the first wicket stand to set up their good command in the match, which is now the highest first wicket partnership in this World Cup so far.

Amir, who ended up taking five wickets for 30 runs in 10 overs, broke the first wicket stand removing Finch for 82.

However, Warner wa...