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Pakistan skipper Babar Azam does THIS to come back in form: WATCH

Sydney: Pakistan skipper Babar Azam has stormed back in the form in a crucial match in the ongoing T20 World Cup 2022. Azam has proved the saying that form is temporary and class is permanent. In the chase of 153 runs against New Zealand, Mohammad Rizwan and Babar Azam has shown that they don’t need anyone.

Babar Azam hit half-century against New Zealand

Pakistan skipper Babar Azam hit a half-century against Kiwis and another opener Mohammad Rizwan also followed him to a half-century.

 

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Pakistan restrict New Zealand at 152 runs

Shaheen Shah Afridi powered Pakistan restricted New Zealand at 152 runs. Shadab Khan enforced a run out of Devon Conway for just 21 runs at the end of 6th over. This hurt the confidence of the Kiwis batter but captain Kane Williamson kept up with the momentum and continued playing.

He had made 46 runs before he was bowled out by Pakistan pacing star Shaheen Shah Afridi. Afridi bowled with the speed of 121 kmph to dismiss the captain and hurting them further. However, Daryll Mitchell managed to stand against Pakistan bowlers and scored 50 runs and took the score to 152 runs.

AKvsNZ – New Zealand won toss, opted to bat first

After winning the toss, Kane Williamson had announced that he will choose to bat first and will play with same team. “We are gonna have a bat. Used surface. We’ve got the same team. It’s important we assess to the changing conditions quickly. Our focus is on this game.”

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