Sarfraz Ahmed Eyes to Fight the New Ball
Pakistan has claimed the best Twenty20 Worldwide on Sunday that New Zealand decided in Mount Mahongeni in the fourth 20th match in the Sri Lanka final. The victory of 18 runs helped Pakistan win 2-1 in series, which would be beaten by New Zealand on the best of the World T20 rankings.
Sarfraz Ahmed, a dynamic captain, showed his joy and called the air after the final ball, as Pakistan won back on hostels. He marked an incredible return to the tourists who wicketed out in a one-day match in New Zealand in New Zealand and defeated the first Twenty20. “It was a tough visit for us because … we lost the series (One Day) but the T20 is a completely different form,” he said, adding that the person who won the honor of Man’s series, Mohammad Amir said. “It’s very special for all Pakistani people.” Ahmed appreciated the team’s efforts and refused to bid by him after the disappointment on the tour. “We came back after 6-0, the credit goes to my boys. They worked very hard and now we’re at a number.” After one friendly wicket, first batsman, Pakistan made 181 for six wickets, opener Fakhar Zaman scored 36 runs. With the wickets in hand, Omar Amin led the last charge, which made 58 runs in the last four overs.
New Zealand, in response, were never with runs, and made 163 runs for six in their 20 overs. In the second Twenty20 defeat, 48 runs lost 48 runs, which eliminated 13 match-winning screens in all formats and put the dampin on New Zealand’s preparation for the next month’s preparation series with Australia and England. Tom Bruce caught the ground level when Zimbabwe’s decision was before the start of 46 runs before Pakistan was the architect at the start of the innings. At television locations it was reassured that the ball left the grass and after long consultation, the third umpire decided to decide on the field.
New Zealand managed to stop Pakistan’s initial run rate in the middle of the innings, as Amin dropped. The 21 runs took part in the first five balls before Ash Sohail. Earlier, the New Zealand spinner claimed that he should remove the final from the final delivery. Horse Saul scored 20 balls in 12 balls, while Hameeramera faced six wickets six in his place of injury Hassan Ali.