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Tuesday, July 23rd, 2024

6 runs were needed on 1 ball…world class cricketer single-handedly turned the tables


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Fakhar Zaman scored 61 runs in 45 balls Pakistan lost by 4 runs in the fourth T20 New Zealand leads 2-1 in 5-match T20 series

New Delhi. Pakistan cricket team was defeated by New Zealand’s ‘B’ grade team. In the fourth T20 match played at Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore, New Zealand defeated Pakistan on the last ball. Visiting New Zealand won by 4 runs and took a 2-1 lead in the 5-match T20 series. While chasing the target of 179 runs set by New Zealand, Pakistan team could score only 174 runs for 8 wickets in 20 overs. For Pakistan, Fakhar Zaman played an inning of 61 runs in 45 balls but he could not lead the team to victory. Pakistani team needed 6 runs to win on the last ball. But Imad Wasim could score only one run on the last ball of Jimmy Neesham’s over. William O’Rourke took 3 wickets for New Zealand. He was chosen player of the match.

Chasing the target of 179 runs, Pakistan (PAK vs NZ) team could score only 174 runs for 8 wickets. His start was very bad. Pakistan lost the wicket of captain Babar Azam on the total score of 13. Babar was out after scoring 5 runs on 4 balls. Young opener Sam Ayub scored 20 runs in 15 balls. Wicketkeeper Usama Mir scored 16 runs on 11 balls while Shadab Khan played an inning of 7 runs on 8 balls. Iftikhar Ahmed took 20 balls to score 23 runs while Fakhar Zaman was out after scoring 61 runs. Fakhar hit 4 fours and 3 sixes in 45 balls. Abbas Afridi was run out after scoring one run. Usama Mir was out after scoring 5 runs.

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New Zealand scored 178 runs for 7 wickets
Earlier, Pakistan captain Babar Azam won the toss and decided to bowl first. Batting first, New Zealand scored 178 runs for 7 wickets. Opener Tim Robinson and wicketkeeper Tom Blundell gave an explosive start to New Zealand. Both scored 56 runs in 5 overs. Blundell was out after scoring 28 runs with the help of 5 fours in 15 balls. Tim Robinson scored 51 runs in 36 balls with the help of 4 fours and two sixes.

Abbas Afridi took 3 wickets for Pakistan
Mark Chapman, who scored a half-century in the last match, did not do anything special in this match. Chapman scored 8 runs on 9 balls. 34 runs came from the bat of Dean Foxcroft. Captain Michael Bracewell played an innings of 27 runs in 20 balls. For Pakistan, Abbas Afridi took the maximum of 3 wickets giving 20 runs in 3 overs. Mohammad Aamir, Zaman Khan, Usama Mir and Iftikhar Ahmed took one wicket each.

tag: Babar Azam, great times, Imad Wasim, James Neesham, pakistan vs new zealand

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