T20I Live Score and Updates: New Zealand vs. Pakistan PAK four is down after Babar Azam’s departure- Match 4
Match Updates for Today: NZ vs PAK T20 Match 4 Live Cricket Score Streaming Online Pakistan had won the toss and elected to bat first.
4th Match: New Zealand vs Pakistan – Live Cricket Score and Updates (PCB) Live Cricket Score Streaming Online: New Zealand vs Pakistan, T20 Match 4: Post Babar Azam won the coin toss and chose to bat, left-arm spinner Mitchell Santner, as well as wrist spinner Michael Bracewell, tore via Pakistan’s top order. So far, the spin duo has taken 2 wickets each.
Pakistan (Playing XI): Babar Azam(c), Mohammad Rizwan(w), Shan Masood, Asif Ali, Haider Ali, Iftikhar Ahmed, Shadab Khan, Mohammad Wasim Jr, Shahnawaz Dahani, Mohammad Nawaz, Naseem Shah
New Zealand (Playing XI): Devon Conway(w), Finn Allen, Kane Williamson(c), Mark Chapman, Glenn Phillips, James Neesham, Mitchell Santner, Michael Bracewell, Ish Sodhi, Blair Tickner and Tim Southee
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Match 4-Pakistan tour vs New Zealand, 2022
New Zealand vs Pakistan: 91/5 (15.1)
• Tim Southee * 0/9 (1.1)
• Glenn Phillips 0/11 (1)
• Iftikhar Ahmed 10 (14)
• Asif Ali * 8 (7)
Toss-Won the toss and Pakistan chose to bat
08:35 (IST)-11 OCT 2022-NZ vs PAK Live: FOUR!
4 Glenn Phillips’ short and wide. Asif Ali took full advantage of it and utilized it to create a nice boundary behind the point. (PAK: 85/5)
08:30 (IST)-11 OCT 2022-NZ vs PAK Live: Wicket!
Ish Sodhi has now joined the party. He gets rid of Haider Ali for $8. Tossed up on the middle and leg, Ali makes space and hits it directly to Tim Southee’s throat, who is escorting at the long-on. Half of the Pakistani team has returned to the hut. (PAK: 77/5)
08:20 (IST)-11 OCT 2022-Pakistan in deep trouble
Pakistan’s batting order appears to have crumbled here, as Babar Azam also left, and the team lost their fourth wicket for 67 runs through 11 overs. M Bracewell ended up taking the wicket of Pakistan captain Babar Azam, who was caught out by Conway!!
08:14 (IST)-11 OCT 2022-Shadab Khan is out!
Pakistan is now under pressure with only 62 runs on the board through 9.1 overs, and the 3rd wicket is also out. Shadab Khan tried to go big and gave Southee an easy catch. Santner took Shadab’s wicket. On the other hand, there is pressure on Babar. Iftikhar is the new guy. Southee b Shadab Khan c Santner 8(7) with one four.
08:04 (IST)-11 OCT 2022-Shan Masood takes a simple catch
Shan Masood must go! Santer was caught by M Bracewell as that of the lefty this time. He made a simple catch at long-on. M Bracewell b Masood c Santner 14(12) with two 4s.
08:01 (IST)-11 OCT 2022-Shan Masood manages to flee
Chapman dropped Shan Masood’s catch. The bowler Ish Sodhi, as well as the fielder, came up short after diving full length but failing to reach the ball.
07:49 (IST)-11 OCT 2022-Rizwan is out early
Bracewell gives New Zealand a much-needed advancement with Mohammad Rizwan out. Jimmy Neesham apprehends him. Neesham b Rizwan c M Bracewell 16(17)
07:34 (IST)-11 OCT 2022-Mohammad Rizwan as well as Babar Azam in the middle
Pakistan’s most reliable opening pair, Babar Azam as well as Mohammad Rizwan, is in the middle. Both have been the backbone of Pakistan’s batting in recent years. PAK 9-0 in the first over.
07:11 (IST)-11 OCT 2022-Naseem Shah has returned
After winning the toss Pakistan decided to bat. Haris Rauf is replaced by Naseem Shah. Mitch Santner returns for New Zealand, while Adam Milne is out. Tickner has taken over for Boult.
If bowlers set the tone for Pakistan, then skipper Babar Azam (79 not out) put the finishing touches on a six-wicket victory over New Zealand. Pakistan completed the chase in 18.2 overs. Previously, Haris Rauf’s three wickets in the penultimate over disrupted New Zealand’s momentum, resulting in a 147/8 score. Wasim (2/20), Rauf (3/28), and Nawaz (2/44) all bowled well for Pakistan.
New Zealand-147 for 8 in 20 overs (Kane Williamson 31, Devon Conway 36, Haris Rauf 3/38, Mark Chapman 32; Wasim jr 2/20, Nawaz 2/44)
Pakistan: 149 for 4 in 19.2 overs (Shadab Khan 34; Babar Azam 79 not out, Boult 1/22, Tickner 2/42)
PAK vs NZ Highlights from Christchurch
New Zealand-147/8 (20.0)
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• October 14, Friday: 7:30 AM IST, Final
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