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Fakhar Zaman’s Heroics Lead Pakistan to Victory Over New Zealand in World Cup Thriller

Fakhar Zaman's Heroics Lead Pakistan to Victory Over New Zealand in World Cup Thriller

Pakistan secured a remarkable victory against New Zealand by 21 runs, clinching the win under the Duckworth-Lewis rule. This triumph not only showcased Pakistan’s prowess but also rekindled their hopes of reaching the semi-finals in the tournament. The team’s performance was truly exceptional, and their path to success under challenging conditions is a testament to their skill and determination…

New Zealand batted first and scored 401 runs for the loss of six wickets in their allotted 50 overs. Rachin Ravindra was the top scorer with 108 runs, followed by captain Williamson with 95 runs, and Phillips with 41 runs. Pakistan’s Mohammad Wasim Jr. was the most successful bowler, taking three wickets, while Hasan Ali, Iftikhar Ahmed, and Haris Rauf each took one wicket.

In response, Pakistan was off to a strong start with Fakhar Zaman scoring an unbeaten 126 runs in just 81 balls, and captain Babar contributed an unbeaten 66 runs in 63 balls. Pakistan had reached a score of 200/1 in 25.3 overs when the game was interrupted by rain. As a result, Pakistan won the match by 21 runs under the Duckworth-Lewis rule…

Fakhar Zaman displayed exceptional batting skills as he scored a magnificent century, earning him the well-deserved title of Player of the Match. His remarkable performance left spectators in awe and contributed significantly to his team’s victory.

Match Summary of New zealand

Match Summary of New zealand

Match Summary of Pakistan

Match Summary of New zealand

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