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Pakistan Star’s Absolute Ripper Cleans Up Kane Williamson In 2nd ODI, Watch | Cricket Information


The second ODI between Pakistan and New Zealand in Karachi, ended within the favour of the guests on Tuesday because the three-match sequence is now levelled at 1-1. After opting to bat first, New Zealand posted a complete of 261 with Devon Conway smashing a ton off 92 balls. In reply, Pakistan had been bundled out for 182 regardless of skipper Babar Azam enjoying a knock of 79 runs. Within the match, New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson additionally performed a vital function with the bat as he scored 85 runs off 100 deliveries. Nonetheless, his dismissal grew to become one of many main highlights of the evening after he fell prey to spinner Mohammad Nawaz.

Within the thirty fifth over of the guests’ innings, Williamson tried to play a defensive shot on Nawaz’s spinning supply. Nonetheless, the ball spun away and went on to rattle the off-stump. In the course of the first ODI, the New Zealand skipper was dismissed by spinner Usama Mir in an identical method.

Speaking in regards to the match, Spinner Mohammad Nawaz took 4 wickets to assist Pakistan limit New Zealand to 261 all out Wednesday after opener Devon Conway hit a century within the second day-night worldwide in Karachi.

Nawaz completed with 4-38 as New Zealand slumped from a powerful 183 for one in 29.5 overs to 206-6, shedding 5 wickets for 23 runs within the house of 40 deliveries.

Pakistan lead the three-match sequence 1-0 after profitable the primary sport — additionally in Karachi — by six wickets on Monday.

New Zealand, who received the toss and batted, had been lifted by a second-wicket stand of 181 between Conway (101) and Kane Williamson (85) earlier than they slumped to the spin of Nawaz.

Quick-bowler Naseem Shah (3-58) broke the stand when he dismissed Conway off the final ball of the thirtieth over.

Conway hit 13 boundaries and a six off 92 balls, his second hundred in one-day internationals.

With AFP inputs

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