New Zealand Beat Pakistan In Second ODI with 79 Runs

It’s level up, the third will be the final, New Zealand easily defeated Pakistan

In yesterday’s match between PAK vs NZ, New Zealand easily won the match. The Kiwi team has set a target of 261. In chasing, team green was only able to make 182 runs. No other Babar played well. He scored 79.

The pitch was favorable for spinners. Pakistan won the toss and decided to bowl first. It was the only 2 runs when the first Kiwi wicket was down. The man that went back to the dressing room was Finn Allen. He became the victim of Nassem Shah. after that, there was a big partnership between Devon Conway and Kane Williamson. Their partnership broke at 182 when Devon Conway stumps off at the bowl of Naseem shah. He scored a century, 101. After that, no one can stay long on the wickets. The next wicket was down at 196. He was Daryl Mitchell. Tom Latham was back at to pavilion at 198. The 85 runs boy, Kane Williamson was also there in the dressing room at 201. Glen Phillips was the next who went back at 206. The last match’s top scorer from the Kiwi side, Bracewell was out 220. Ish Sodi, Tom Southee, and Mitchel Santner’s wickets were fallen at 238, 240, and 261 scores respectively.

Nawaz and Naseem dismissed 4 and 3 respectively. Usama Mir and Haris only succeed to conceded 1 wicket each. There was a run out at the second last ball.

In response Pakistani two top orders were back, Fakhar and Imam, were back to the dressing room at 6 and 9 respectively. there was a relatively big partnership between Babar and Rizwan, but it ended when Rizwan was back in the pavilion at 64. Haris tried to build a partnership with the captain, but he did not become successful. He was out of the park at 86. The next dismissal was at 124 when A. Salman was looking the way to the dressing room. After that Nawaz, Usama, M. Waseem, Babar, and Haris were out at 142, 158, 173, 182, and 182 runs respectively.

Tim Southee and Ish Sodhi made 2 dismissals, rest of the kiwi bowlers were able to get 1 wicket each. There were 2 run out as well.

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