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Updated : 2 months, 2 weeks ago IST
The Men in Green have managed 18 wins and 11 losses against NZ
Star batters Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan found form at the right moment, smashing key half-centuries to help Pakistan cruise into the final of the ICC T20 World Cup after defeating New Zealand by seven wickets in the first semifinal at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Wednesday
Men in Green will play either India or England in the final of the tournament
Opting to bat first, New Zealand openers Devon Conway and Finn Allen walked out to start the innings for their team. The inning got off to an action-packed first over with Allen smashing a boundary on the first ball, surviving a leg-before-wicket call on the second and finally getting dismis
Updated : 2 months, 3 weeks ago IST
New Zealand have thrashed the hosts Australia and have wins in all matches of the tournament except one. One of their games was washed out. Pakistan are coming into the game after three back-to-back wins.
Pakistan will meet in-form New Zealand at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) on Wednesday in the semifinals of the T20 World Cup.
The right-hander also talked about the wicket the game was played on and mentioned that the pitch was not easy to bat on as it was a bit two-paced.
Bangladesh has finished at fifth position in the points table. They won two of their five matches and lost three. They have finished with four points in the tournament
Bangladesh struggled against a superior Pakistan bowling attack with batters failing to capitalize on their starts to end with a paltry score in the crucial match. Najmul Hossain Shanto top-scored with the bat for Bangladesh scoring a fifty.
Updated : 3 months ago IST
Afridi was among the most expensive bowlers and went wicketless in the first two games. On Sunday, he set the tone with firm lengths and also managed to get on board in terms of wickets against the Netherlands in Perth.
A 35-run stand between Colin Ackermann (27) and skipper Scott Edwards (15) was useful for the Dutch to stay away from a humiliating finish. Shadab Khan (3/22) made sure that Netherlands' back was broken in the first half itself, which led to them not even touching 100-run mark
Steyn named his dream fast-bowling attack by picking his top five favourite pacers who are currently performing well in the World Cup.