World Cup 2019: Pakistan thrash Bangladesh but New Zealand into semi-finals

By | July 6, 2019

World Cup 2019: Pakistan thrash Bangladesh but New Zealand into semi-finals

 Pakistan Cricket Team, out of the World Cup 2019

Fast bowler Shaheen Afridi scored 6 for 35 with 6 wickets

World Cup 2019 Pakistan Bangladesh
In their last league match, Pakistan Cricket Team defeated Bangladesh Cricket team by a huge margin of 94 runs. Bangladesh had to score 316 runs to win but the team stacked on 221 runs in 44.1 overs. Pacer Shaheen Afridi, who played a key role in Pakistan’s victory, spent only 35 runs and took six wickets.

Most 64-run all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan has scored from Bangladesh. Apart from this, Liton Das managed to score 32 runs. Mahmudullah managed 29, gentle government 22, Hussain and Mushfikur 16-16, respectively. Apart from Shaheen’s six wickets from Pakistan, Shadab Khan took the wicket. Apart from this, each one came into the account of Mohammed Amir and Wahab Riyaz.

Pakistan innings:

Earlier, Pakistan won the toss and batted first and scored 315 for nine wickets in the stipulated 50 overs. Opener Imran ul Haq played a hundred in Pakistan’s favor. He scored 100 runs in 100 balls with the help of 7 fours.

Babar Azam was unfortunate and could not complete his century. He scored 96 runs. He faced 11 fours in 98 balls. In addition, Imam Wasim played a blistering inning of 43 runs in 26 balls. In this innings, he also scored six boundaries and one six.

Mushfiqur Rahman took five wickets as Bangladesh performed brilliantly on behalf of Bangladesh. In addition, Saifuddin took three wickets and Mehdi Hassan took one wicket.

Pakistan’s eighth run of runs came out of the Cricket World Cup 2019

The round of speculation about the ongoing World Cup semi-final in England and Wales ended. Pakistan is officially out of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 (ICC Cricket World Cup 2019). With the departure of Pakistan, New Zealand has officially got the last-4 ticket.

To go to the semi-final, Pakistan had to all out on a total of eight runs at Lord’s Stadium against Bangladesh on Friday. The Pakistan team failed to do so and found the way out of the World Cup. Now, if the Pakistan team also wins against Bangladesh, it will not be of any use.

Pakistan scored 315 runs with the help of Imam-ul Haq’s magnificent century. If Pakistan were to bowl out Bangladesh by 8 runs, then their number would be equal to New Zealand (11) and net run rate would be better than New Zealand. In such a situation, Pakistan could get a chance to play a semi-final. Prior to New Zealand, the current winners have reached Australia, India, host England semi-finals.

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