Pakistan VS New Zealand CWC19 Match 33 Result

Toss:

England won the toss and elected to bowl first in the 32nd match of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.

Match Summary:

Pakistan maintained their chances of reaching the semi-finals of the World Cup 2019 with a six wickets victory over an unbeaten New Zealand. New Zealand scored 237 for six in their 50 strikeouts, but that total proved insufficient as Babar Azam scored an impressive 101 and Haris Sohail 68 runs offered valuable support. Pakistan reached its goal of the first ball of its final by finishing on 241-4.

Pakistani team, who beat South Africa to restart their World Cup campaign. Now have seven points, tied with fifth-placed Bangladesh, just one point behind England. During his sleeves, Babar became the second fastest to reach 3,000 international races in one day in front of thousands of fanatical Pakistani fans.

Babar, 24 years old scored 11 more innings than South African Hashim Amla, who scored 57 points but beat the great Viv Richards of the West Indies (69 innings). He reached his hundred off 124 balls with 11 ovens. Previously, Jimmy Neesham had not broken the career record, while Colin de Grandhomme had made 64 after New Zealand won the draw and chose the stick.

Left-arm seamstress Shaheen Shah Afridi (3-28) played the lead role in Pakistan, which cut New Zealand to 83-5, while in-form captain Kane Williamson was ruled out by leg leader Shadab Khan at 41. New Zealand is second in the standings, 11 points behind Australia, the only team to qualify so far.

Man of the Match Award:

Babar Azam was awarded as man of the match award for his amazing hundred.