Women’s U19, PAK VS NZ – Pakistan Lost The Chance

Well done, girls, but its time to come back home without a trophy; New Zealand won the match by 103 runs

In the under-19 T20 women’s world cup, Pakistan lost the chance to win the title after losing to the New Zealand team. Team New Zealand had a tremendous and one-sided victory with 103 runs.

Team Pakistan won the toss and elected to bowl first. Kiwi players start aggressively and set 178 runs on screen with the loss of seven wickets. The top performer from the side of the black cap was Georgia Plimmer. She scored 53 in 38 balls. The other vital betters were Emma McLeod and Anna Browning. Both of these scored 32 and 31, respectively. While Anosha Nasir was the key Pakistani bowler. She sent three Kiwi players back to the pavilion against 32 runs.

Pakistan team felt comfortable chasing, but the table turned when Shawaal Zulfiqar was back in the dressing room at the first ball. The second opener also scored the same as Shawall. In that situation, Pakistan was completely on the back foot, and kiwi players dominated the game completely. Team Pakistan could only score 75 at the loss of 7 wickets in said overs. Areesha Noor Bhatti was the top scorer from the Pakistan side. She scored 24 runs in 39 balls. Anosha Nasir was the other pronounced player. She added 11 runs in the team total. Natasha Codyre was able to bag two players for 14.

Fall of Kiwi Wickets: 1-47 (EMA McLeod, 4.5 ov), 2-82 (AS Browning, 8.3 ov), 3-117 (IC Gaze, 12.3 ov), 4-151 (IG Sharp, 16.4 ov), 5-160 (NA Wakelin, 17.3 ov), 6-177 (GE Plimmer, 19.5 ov), 7-178 (PR Loggenberg, 19.6 ov)

Fall of Pakistani wicktes: 1-0 (S Zulfiqar, 0.1 ov), 2-4 (E Fatima, 1.5 ov), 3-8 (W Yousaf, 4.3 ov), 4-17 (SA Shah, 5.5 ov), 5-19 (L Nasir, 7.5 ov), 6-51 (A Khan, 16.6 ov), 7-71 (AN Bhatti, 19.4 ov).

Written by Aly Bukshi

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