Pakistan vs New Zealand 3rd T20 Highlights | Pakistan beat New Zealand by 47 runs

By | November 4, 2018

Pakistan vs New Zealand 3rd T20 Highlights | Pakistan beat New Zealand by 47 runs

Pakistan clean sweep Zealand in the series of three T20 matches.

Babar Azam created history, broke the world record of Virat Kohli, became the first player in the world

The last T20 match between Pakistan and New Zealand was played at Dubai International Stadium. In which Pakistan defeated New Zealand by 47 runs to win the T20 series 3-0.

In this match Pakistan’s team batted first, scoring 166 runs at the loss of three wickets in 20 overs. Babar Azam scored an unbeaten 79 off 58 balls, Mohammad Hafeez scored 53 off 34 balls.

Chasing the target, New Zealand were all out for 119 runs in 16.5 overs. New Zealand’s captain Ken Williamson scored a 60-ball explosive inning of 38 balls.

In this match, Pakistan’s explosive opener Babar Azam has completed the fastest 1000 in T20 cricket, playing a turbid inning of 79 runs. He has left behind Indian captain Virat Kohli in this case. Babar Azam completed his 1000 runs in just 26 innings.

Earlier, Pakistan’s skipper Sarfraz won the toss and decided to bat first. Pakistan has made an impression with the half-century shifts of Mohammad Hafeez and Babar Azam in the last 20 overs. And scored 166 for 3 wickets. Babar scored 53 runs in 34 balls. For the last few years, Babar Azam has been battling tremendously in T20 cricket. In the last 8 innings, he has scored 5 fifties. Babar Azam, playing his 79th innings today, has taken the biggest record of T20 and has left behind Indian captain Virat Kohli.

The Pakistani opener has broken the world record of Virat Kohli in making the fastest 1,000 runs in T20I cricket, Kohli had crossed the magical figure of 1 thousand runs in 27 innings, while Babar Azam scored just this figure in the 26th innings. He has broken his record by touching, and in the case of making the fastest 1,000 runs, he has reached number 1.

Virat Kohli at second place and Aaron Finch in third place after Babar, who touched the figure in 29 innings.

 


											

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