New Zealand defeat Pakistan with seven wickets in first T20 match

New Zealand beat Pakistan by seven wickets in the first match of three T20 cricket matches in Wellington. In the match, Pakistan scored 106 runs to win New Zealand, while New Zealand got the loss of three wickets in the 16th over, in which the batsman opted for the opener, who scored 49 runs and Outside. The first player to go out in New Zealand’s innings was the captain, who scored two runs on the run.

In the fourth over, Philips also became the second victim of Rome, who made three runs. After Philips’s outfit, Mendro and Bruce’s 49-run partnership with Shadab Khan ended Bruce on 26 for the first time in the attempt to put a bundle.
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Earlier, New Zealand won the toss and invited the Pakistan team to bat first, which did not match the 20 overs as well and 105 runs in 19.4 overs were all out. Pakistan was in trouble at the beginning of the innings. And on the overall score of 53, it had fallen seven wickets, Tohman Hasan Ali’s aggressive innings and Babar Azam’s last over could be scored 100 runs due to being on Chris.

Both Pakistan’s opener scores were out of spite. Fakhar Zaman three while Umer Amin scored no runs. The third loss was to be wasted at the time that Mohammad Nawaz seven became the Individual score on the fifth over of the fourth over.

Pakistan had to face the fourth loss in innings Harris Sohail, who got out. In the innings of the innings in the 10th innings, Senator’s first ball scored 5th at the time when Sarfraz went out on nine for nine and his next ball was unbeaten without any new batsman Shadab.

Till now, 15 T20 matches have been played between Pakistan and New Zealand, out of which Pakistan won victory in eight, while New Zealand remained successful in seven. New Zealand played heavily in the last five T20 matches played between Pakistan and New Zealand and was facing defeat in just one match. In the five-one-day series, New Zealand won the finals in the five matches.

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