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New Zealand set a target of 186 runs for Ireland, Kane Williamson hit a stormy half-century

New Zealand set a target of 186 runs for Ireland, Kane Williamson hit a stormy half-century

In Match 37 of the T20 World Cup 2022 being played at the Adelaide Oval, New Zealand have given Ireland a target of 186 runs after playing first. Captain Kane Williamson scored the highest 61 runs for New Zealand. At the same time, fast bowler Joshua Little did wonders for Ireland. He took the second hat-trick of this World Cup.

New Zealand will have to win this match at all costs to reach the semi-finals. In this important game, Kane Williamson played a stormy inning of 61 runs on just 35 balls. During this, 3 sixes and 5 fours came off his bat. At the same time, Joshua Little took three wickets for just 22 runs in his four overs.

After losing the toss to bat first, Finn Allen once again gave the New Zealand team a flying start. Where on the one hand Devon Conway was having trouble hitting. At the other extreme, Allen was easily scoring runs.

Allen scored 32 runs on 18 balls with the help of 5 fours and a six. At the same time, Conway was only able to score 28 runs on 33 balls. Following this, Kane Williamson, who was constantly criticized for his slow hitting, played a stormy inning of 61 runs on just 35 balls. During this, 3 sixes and 5 fours came off his bat.

This is Williamson’s 16th half century at T20 Internationals. Apart from him, Glenn Phillips scored 17 runs on 9 balls and Darryl Mitchell scored 31 runs undefeated. However, in the end, Ireland’s Joshua Little played brilliantly and took the first hat-trick of the Super-12.

For Ireland, Joshua Little took three wickets for just 22 runs in his four overs. On the other hand, leg-spinning Gareth Delany took two wickets for 30 runs in his four overs. Aside from this, Mark Adair had a hit.

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