Pakistan’s victory against the hosts, New Zealand, by six wickets was led by Babar and Haris.

Pakistan’s victory against the hosts, New Zealand, by six wickets was led by Babar and Haris.


Srinagar: In the match of the Twenty20 Tri-series that took place on Saturday in Christchurch, Pakistan defeated the hosts, New Zealand, by a score of six wickets. Pakistan’s captain Babar Azam performed very well with the bat, while bowler Haris Rauf was outstanding.

The unbeaten 79 not out scored by Babar Azam, together with important innings by Shadab Khan and Mohammad Nawaz, led to Pakistan’s victory against New Zealand by six wickets. In 18.2 overs, Pakistan was able to successfully chase down the goal.

The earlier performance of New Zealand was derailed when Haris Rauf took three wickets in the last over. As a result, they were only able to reach 147/8. For Pakistan, the bowling performances of Rauf (3/28), Wasim (2/20), and Nawaz (2/44) were outstanding.

Devon Conway scored 36 runs, Kane Williamson 31 runs, and Mark Chapman 32 runs; Haris Rauf took three wickets, Wasim Jr. took two wickets, and Nawaz took two wickets. New Zealand scored 147 for 8 in 20 overs.

149 for 4 after 19.2 overs, with Babar Azam not out for 79 and Shadab Khan scoring 34; Tickner 2/42 and Boult 1/22 respectively.

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