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PAK vs NZ T20I: Pakistan inflict 7-wicket humiliating defeat on New Zealand

Pakistan inflict 7-wicket humiliating defeat on New Zealand
In a one-sided match, Pakistan thrashed New Zealand by seven wickets on the Pindi Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi on Saturday.

Earlier, a really measured tempo and spin bowling assault from Pakistan despatched the whole New Zealand facet to the pavilion for simply 90 runs in 18.1 overs.

The Black Caps have been by no means within the sport as they have been troubled vastly by the Pakistani tempo assault.

Quickly within the third over, Shaheen Afridi, identified for performing with the brand new ball, did he what he does finest and despatched the Black Caps’ opener, Tim Seifert, again to the pavilion for simply 12 runs.

After Shaheen, Mohammad Amir, who was enjoying his first match for Pakistan in nearly 4 years, got here to bowl and struck in his first over, eradicating Tim Robinson for simply 4 runs.

Amir continued to hassle the customer’s batting lineup as in his second over, he took the wicket of Dean Foxcroft with skipper Babar Azam taking a easy catch.

The Kiwis managed to save lots of wickets for the following two overs however Abrar Ahmed took two fast wickets within the ninth over, sending Mark Chapman and James Neesham again to the pavilion after contributing 19 and one run respectively.

The remaining harm down the order was carried out by Shadab Khan and Naseem Shah. Solely 4 New Zealand batters managed to attain in double digits as Pakistan dominated the evening with the ball.

Afridi picked three, whereas Amir, Abrar and Shadab acquired two every. Naseem might solely bag one.

Earlier at this time, Pakistan gained the toss and opted to bowl first.

Taking part in XIs

Babar Azam (c), Saim Ayub, Mohammad Rizwan, Usman Khan, Iftikhar Ahmed, Muhammad Irfan Khan, Shadab Khan, Shaheen Shah Afridi, Naseem Shah, Mohammad Amir, Abrar Ahmed.

New Zealand:

Michael Bracewell (c), Mark Chapman, Jacob Duffy, Dean Foxcroft, Ben Lister, Cole McConchie, James Neesham, Tim Robinson, Ben Sears, Tim Seifert (wk), Ish Sodhi.