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Shaheen Afridi displays on Pakistan’s fourth consecutive loss towards NZ

 Pakistan captain Shaheen Afridi
Mohammad Rizwan’s unbeaten 90 goes in useless as New Zealand beat Pakistan by seven wickets within the fourth T20I on the Hagley Oval in Christchurch on Friday.

This was New Zealand’s fourth win within the five-match sequence, they usually now lead by a margin of 4-0.

After being put into bat, Pakistan scored 158 for 5 in 20 overs courtesy an undefeated 90-run knock from wicketkeeper-batter Rizwan. The Opening batter struck six fours and two sixes throughout his 63-ball innings. He added a 51-run partnership with Babar Azam (19, 11b, 2x4s, 1×6) and knitted a 40-run partnership for the fifth wicket with Iftikhar Ahmed (10, 14b).

 Pakistan captain Shaheen Afridi shared his ideas following his staff’s fourth consecutive defeat.

“I feel the best way Rizwan gave us the beginning, it was excellent. Sadly, we could not seize the chance in center overs,” Shaheen stated in post-match presentation.

Captain Shaheen led from the entrance and struck twice within the first over of the run-chase, and once more within the third over to place the hosts in a spot of hassle leaving them three for 20 in 2.4 overs. At that stage of the match, Daryl Mitchell and Glenn Phillips acquired collectively and stitched an unbroken 139-run partnership for the fourth wicket to assist New Zealand obtain the goal in 18.1 overs.

“I attempt to take wickets within the first over. I really feel 170 was a very good complete on this pitch and if we had grabbed our possibilities, we may have received this sport,” he added.

Mitchell scored an unbeaten 72 off 44 balls, laced with seven fours and two sixes. Proper-handed Phillips scored a 52-ball 70, hitting 5 fours and three sixes.

For the shedding facet, Shaheen ended up with match figures of three for 34 in 4 overs.