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PAK Vs NED, T20 World Cup: PAK Beats NED By Six Wickets

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PAK vs NED: Pakistan thrashed Netherlands by six wickets and 37 balls to spare and registered its first win of the 2022 T20 World Cup at the Perth Stadium on Sunday.

Shadab Khan hit the scoring runs as Pakistan beat Netherlands by six lattices at the T20 World Cup, Super 12 hassle in Perth on Sunday. Pakistan completed the 92- run chase in13.5 overs and remain alive in the semifinal race. The palm will also add a massive boost to their run- rate. still, Babar Azam’s mischance continued as he was run- out for four against Netherlands during the chase. Fakhar Zaman also sutured a small cooperation with Mohammad Rizwan, before he was caught- behind on 20( 16). Rizwan was dismissed on 49 and Shan Masood was the final Pakistan batter to be dismissed. before in the day, Shadab Khan beheaded three lattices, and Mohammad Wasim Jr picked two as Netherlands could only manage91/9 after concluding to club first. Shaheen Shah Afridi, Naseem Shah and Haris Rauf picked a gate each. Meanwhile, a bouncer from Haris Rauf forced Bas de Leede to leave the field after it hit his helmet. Logan van Beek has replaced him as a concussion cover.

Netherlands commander Scott Edwards won the toss and tagged to club against Pakistan at Perth Stadium. After losing first two matches, Pakistan dropped Haider Ali from the XI as he made way for fit- again Fakhar Zaman. The onus will be on the top- order to get the job done for Pakistan, while Netherlands will look to produce commodity special.

Pakistan registered a comprehensive 6- gate palm over Netherlands to keep their semifinal expedients alive. It was a good comeback performance from the Men in Green as their bowlers hit the right areas right from the launch which they missed in the last match. Meanwhile, Shadab Khan continue to spin his magic with the ball and took three lattices to hurt Netherlands at regular intervals as they failed to recover from that throughout the innings. Haris Rauf has been the crucial bowler for Pakistan this event and he produced another chastened performance.

Meanwhile, Babar Azam’s form still remained an area of concern for the Pakistan platoon as he was dismissed on just 4 moment. While Mohammad Rizwan returned to form with a pivotal 49- run knock. While the return of Fakhar Zaman will boost Pakistan’s confidence in the coming games.

Babar Azam’s Pakistan will take on the Netherlands in the T20 World Cup 2022 on Sunday. Following a loss against Zimbabwe, Pakistan find themselves in a do- or- die situation. The platoon can’t go another defeat as it’ll fully rule them out of the competition.

Pakistan lost their first match against India on the last ball by four lattices. The platoon suffered another heartbreaking defeat against Zimbabwe by just one run. It was a horrible fur collapse as Pakistan failed to score 131 runs in 20 overs against Zimbabwe. The two back- to- reverse defeats have pushed the platoon to the alternate-last place in the points table.

Pakistan and Netherlands will face off in a T20 World Cup Super 12 Group 2 match at the Perth Stadium in Perth on Sunday. Both brigades have lost two matches out of two and are one master down from being excluded from the semifinals race. Pakistan is coming off a humbling one- run defeat against Zimbabwe while Netherlands went down to India by 56 runs in its last hassle. Know More News…

Netherlands (Playing XI): Stephan Myburgh, Max ODowd, Bas de Leede, Colin Ackermann, Tom Cooper, Scott Edwards(w/c), Roelof van der Merwe, Tim Pringle, Fred Klaassen, Brandon Glover, Paul van Meekeren

Pakistan (Playing XI): Mohammad Rizwan(w), Babar Azam(c), Shan Masood, Fakhar Zaman, Iftikhar Ahmed, Shadab Khan, Mohammad Nawaz, Mohammad Wasim Jr, Shaheen Afridi, Haris Rauf, Naseem Shah

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