Blackcaps reject Pakistan for record-low score in 183-run triumph to wrap up ODI arrangementCricket

Blackcaps reject Pakistan for record-low score in 183-run triumph to wrap up ODI arrangement

New Zealand have rejected Pakistan for a record-low score to win their one-day worldwide in Dunedin and seal the five-coordinate arrangement.

Pakistan were full scale for 74 on Saturday, giving the hosts a 183-run triumph and a 3-0 arrangement lead.

They were eight down when they limped past Zimbabwe’s reality record for the most minimal ever one-day add up to, 35, set against Sri Lanka at Harare in 2004.

They at that point crept past their own past most reduced one-day score, the 43 they scored against the West Indies at Cape Town in 1993.

Nonetheless, they couldn’t get close to their past most minimal score against New Zealand, which was 116 at Dambulla, Sri Lanka, amid a tri-countries arrangement in 2003.

New Zealand’s triumphant edge likewise obscured their past greatest triumph over Pakistan, which had been 138 keeps running at Christchurch in 2001.

Prior in the day, New Zealand won the hurl and batted first at University Oval, and scored most likely a worse than average 257, with half hundreds of years to Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor.

Be that as it may, in Pakistan’s answer, left-armer Trent Boult took three wickets for four keeps running in his first ive-over spell to cut the take off the sightseers’ innings.

Azhar Ali (0) went in the second finished, got at first slip Ross Taylor.

Fakhar Zaman (2) at that point played on, giving Boult two wickets in two balls and Mohammad Hafeez was then gotten at first slip, Taylor once more, and Pakistan were three wickets down with two keeps running on the board.

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Babar Azam (8) was unfortunate when he attempted to slide his bat finishing a moment run, however the bat dove into the ground shy of the wrinkle and he was run out.

Shoaib Malik (3) was then gotten at first slip to a Lockie Ferguson conveyance timed at 147.5km/h. Part-clock Colin Munro at that point rocked the bowling alley a swinging Shadab Khan for a duck.

There was one splendid light for Pakistan when Faheem Ashraf snared Ferguson for six over the show off rooftop. In any case, not long after he was gotten at profound in reverse square for 10.

Hasan Ali (1) at that point tumbled to a decent plunging get by Williamson at midwicket before Boult was taken back to tidy up Mohammad Amir (knocked down some pins for 14) and best scorer Rumman Raees (rocked the bowling alley for 16).

Man of the match Boult completed with figures of 5-17, Ferguson 2-28 and Munro a vocation best 2-10.

The fourth match will be played in Hamilton on Tuesday.

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