Want to win the final 7 runs. Chances are likely to survive in Super Over when they hit sixes. The ball was full,Live Tv, but Ross Taylor did not fully utilize it. Although the boundary did not hit the boundary, but Afsos increased it. If the shot was a little more faring, it could fly beyond the boundaries! Leave Pakistan Half of Pakistan.
Pakistan beat New Zealand by two runs in the first Twenty20 match of the three-match series in Abu Dhabi.
Sheikh Zayed Stadium did not play a big score on Wednesday. Pakistan did not have any fifteenth in the innings. They scored 148 runs in 20 overs. Courtesy of Colin Manorro New Zealand started the race but did not hold the section. 146 runs
After winning the toss, Pakistan lost to Pakistan by 10 runs to win two openers. Adam Milne, the number one batsman in the T20 rankings, returns to Babar Azam. The first victim of the left-arm spinner Ejaz Patel was Shahibzada Farhan.Asif Ali and Mohammed Hafeez made a 67-run partnership for the third wicket. Hafeez scored 45 off 36 balls in the first innings of Pakistan’s innings. Asif 21Experienced Shoaib Malik could not lift the storm this day. But captain Sarfaraz Ahmed came from the bat 34 from 34 balls. Pakistan scored 35 runs in the last 3 overs. In the last two balls, Tim Southee took four and six sixes to Imad Wasim and took 150 wickets.
Manorah and Glenn Phillips brought New Zealand to the start of the start of the great start. However, it is mainly due to Manorou. Philips, who scored 50 runs in 6 overs, made 12 of 15 balls.
Manoru was running at great speed. Returning to Pakistan, he returned to the match with leg spinner Shadab. 6 fours and 3 sixes in 42 balls 42After returning to Manor, the spinners of the Pakistan bowlers put the Kiwis down. Kiwi middle order was not able to find the way to the run. Increasingly, the run-ball tension increased.
Ross Taylor, on the one hand, was hoping for the team. Need 17 runs in the last over. Left-arm pacer Shahin Shah made the first of the last over to be the single, while the second was Tim Southee’s four. Third, another single, two doubles in the next two. Decision ended with the end. Taylor could not match the equation 42 not out of 26 could not win the team could win.
Hafeez, the best in the match, scored 13 runs in 3 overs for his 45 runs in the 45th over and bowling in the bowling.
Pakistan: 148/6 (Babur 7, Sahibzada 1, Asif 24, Hafeez 45, Sarfaraj 34, Malik 8, Fahim 10 *, Imad 14 *, Ejaz 1/27, Southee 0/30, Milne 2/28, D Grandhome 1/24, Sodhi 0/24, Manoro 0/13).
New Zealand: 146/6 in 20 overs (Manorro 58, Philips 12, Williamson 11, D Grandhomme 6, Taylor 42 *, Anderson 9, Saifart 0, Saudi 5 *, Imad 1/26, Fahim 0/15, Hassan 3/35 , Hafeez 0/13, Shadab 1/26, Shahin Shah 0/9).
Result: Pakistan won by 2 runs
Pakistan in the 3-match series ahead of 1-0
Man of the Match: Mohammad Hafeez