Devon Conway strikes as New Zealand beats Pakistan to level ODI . series
the opener Devon Conway hit one hundred sparkles to help New Zealand win a convincing 79 runs against Pakistan in a second one-day international tournament in Karachi on Wednesday. Left-handed people score 101 and captain Kane Williamson making 85 before collapsing saw New Zealand lose nine points in 78 runs and limit them to 261 in 49.5 rounds. Pakistan lost points steadily and despite fighting 79 from captain Babar AzamThe home team was eliminated 182 to leave the series of three draws with a score of 1-1.
“Although we have a good partnership, 300 might not be realistic, but we ended up getting the same total score,” Williamson said. “We knew it was going to be a tough chase. We knew we had to get out of the water a bit, and the two divers set the tone for us.”
Pakistan won the first match with six goals while the third and final match took place on Friday, also in Karachi. Pakistan lost the opening match Fakhar Zaman (nothing) and Imam-ul-Haq (six) by fourth over. Azam and Mohammad Rizwan (28) added 55 for the third racket but still not enough.
Agha Salman scored 25 points before he was eliminated in a combination with Azam while Mohammad Nawaz did not, Usama Mir or Mohammad Wasim stuck for a long time. Azam hit eight fours and one six in a play that lasted 114 balls before he was finally knocked out by the spinning top. Ish Sodhi in 43 more.
“We’re back to good with the bat,” Azam said. “But when the spinning machines showed up, it was spinning hard. Credits to them.”
Tim Southee claimed 2-33 for New Zealand while Sodhi led 2-38. Earlier, left-arm spinner Nawaz picked up four shots to knock New Zealand out after the visitors won the pitch and hit the ball first.
Nawaz finished 4-38 as New Zealand tumbled from a solid 183-1 position to 206-6, losing five racquets in 23 runs over a 40-service span.
New Zealand was lifted by a second place score of 181 between Conway and Williamson ahead of the fast pitcher Naseem Shah (3-58) broke through the stands when he knocked Conway off the final ball of the 30th inning.
Conway hit 13 fours six out of 92 balls in his second ODI percentile. Nawaz then takes three of them, discarding both Daryl Mitchell and tom latham cheaply in one inning before beating Williamson in the next.
Williamson, dropped at 53rd and 54th to Wasim, hit 10 boundaries on his 100-ball hit. Mitchell Santnerone of three New Zealanders to hit doubles, the last to play at the age of 37.
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