Publicado: Lun, Enero 29, 2018
Global | Por Milagro Delgado

Pakistan wrap up T20 series at Bay Oval

Pakistan wrap up T20 series at Bay Oval

Pakistan shone with bat and ball to defeat New Zealand by 48 runs in the second Twenty20 global (T20I) at the Eden Park here on Thursday.

Pakistan are most likely to go with the same Side in the decisive match which led them to bag their first win in the New Zealand Tour at Auckland on January 25.

In a high-pressure, series-deciding, tour-shaping, third and final T20I, Pakistan overpowered New Zealand, setting them a daunting 182 to win and then constricting them in the field. New Zealand are the number one team in the world in the shortest format but Pakistan are number two.

Earlier, Fakhar Zaman scored 46 runs off 36 balls with five fours and one six in a fashionable way. Aggressive opener Fakhar Zaman provided a steady start to his team but lost his companion Ahmed Shehzad with just 30 runs on the scoreboard.

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However, barring Guptill, the top and middle order batsmen consisting of Colin Munro (1), skipper Kane Williamson (0), Tom Bruce (1), Glenn Phillips (5) and Colin de Grandhomme (10) fell in quick succession.

In reply, New Zealand were uncharacteristically cautious, scoring just 32 runs in the first five overs. The Pakistan bowlers showed good discipline with Shadab Khan taking 2 for 19.

For New Zealand, Mitchell Santner took two for 24 and Ish Sodhi took two for 47.

Shadab turned the match decisively in Pakistan's favour in the 13th over when he removed the two set batsmen at the time Guptill and Anaru Kitchen (16).

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