PAK vs NZ: Kiwi captain looked disappointed after losing, said: Pakistan is very strong and worth watching

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PAK vs NZ: kane williamson greets pakistan after losing by 5 wickets

It was not easy for the Pakistani cricket team, which easily beat India by 10 wickets, to beat New Zealand. In this match, Pakistan had to fight to win. Even after stopping New Zealand at 134/8, the match was going in New Zealand’s favor until the 16th in the second inning.

Then Mohammad Asif hit on Tim Southee’s over that changed the course of the game. Asif was supported by experienced hitter Shoaib Malik. Malik was also very successful at the end and helped the team win by 5 wickets.

This match’s man of the match, Harris Rauf, who took four wickets, was selected. He said: “Our outfielders were very supportive of the bowlers, so they were able to take grounds. Apart from this, all of our bowlers also keep talking to each other constantly to keep supporting each other. It also gives confidence.”

Rauf also thanked the management of his PSL Lahore Qalandars team, for whose help he is able to play cricket at such a high level.

After losing the match, New Zealand captain Kane Williamson said: “It is very disappointing. Pakistan played very well and congratulations. We made some bad shots, which we lost. This Pakistani team is very strong and worth watching.” .

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Babar Azam, captain of the winning Pakistan team, said: “Winning is always a pleasure. This victory has given us more confidence and we will take it further in the tournament. We definitely gave 10 more runs in bowling, but this is cricket and it happens. here. We also lost early ground at the beginning, but Shoaib Malik showed his experience and then our finalist Asif finished it. “

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