Published: Sun, November 11, 2018
Sports | By Johanna Francis

Pakistan beat New Zealand in second ODI

Pakistan beat New Zealand in second ODI

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But Pakistan's reply was in cruise control with opener Fakhar Zaman posting 88 runs to keep the host's score ticking over until they won with nine overs spare. Zaman was well supported on the other end by Babar Azam who scored 46. 150 arrived in 27.3 overs as Trent Boult, was hit for 24 runs in his 2 overs.

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New Zealand on Friday won the toss and elected to bat first against Pakistan in second one-day worldwide of three-match series in Abu Dhabi. Ross Taylor and George Worker steadied the innings. After clearing the long-on boundary, he held out to mid-off of the very next ball of Shaheen Afridi.

The early dismissals of Colin Munro and Kane Williamson left the Black Caps on the back foot at 25/2 when Taylor came to the crease. It was quite laborious to see the Black Caps reaching 73-3 after 15 overs - a wicket maiden from Afridi put Pakistan in control and showed his ability to beat global batsmen with pace, as a superb yorker sent back Latham. Pakistan battling has been struggling off late and will need to up their game if they are to challenge New Zealand in the remaining matches.

Ul-Haq before he slumps to the floor.

New Zealand, who won the toss and opted to bat, managed 209-9 in their 50 overs in the second day-night global against Pakistan in Abu Dhabi on Friday. For Pakistan, Shaheen Shah Afridi was the pick of bowlers with 4 for 38 in 9 overs. Hassan Ali picked up two wickets for 59 runs.

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