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Conway's hundred helped the Kiwis to level the series 1-1 against Pakistan

By Real11 - Jan 12 2023 287 Views
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Williamson, Conway's terrific batting guided the Visitors to beat Pakistan by 79 runs in the 2nd ODI

 

In the second ODI played between Pakistan and New Zealand, New Zealand defeated the host Pakistani team by 79 runs to level the series 1-1. In this second ODI, The left-handed kiwis' opener Devon Conway was the hero on the pitch of Karachi, who scored a brilliant century.

In the match, New Zealand won the toss and decided to bat first. For New Zealand, opener Devon Conway scored the second century of his ODI career. He scored 101 runs in 92 balls while Kane Williamson scored 85 runs in 100 balls, on which the Kiwis scored 261 runs before being bundled out in 49.5 overs. For Pakistan, Mohammad Nawaz took a maximum of 4 wickets.

In response, the Pakistani team had a very bad start and two wickets had fallen for 9 runs. But captain Babar Azam kept his team's hopes alive by playing an inning of 79 runs. But none of the other batters in the middle order lasted long and the entire team was bundled out for 182 runs in 43 overs. Ish Sodhi and Tim Southee took 2-2 wickets for New Zealand. While Ferguson, Santner, Bracewell and Phillips took 1-1 wickets.

Pakistan's start was also very bad. Fakhar Zaman became the victim of Tim Southee and was dismissed without scoring a run. Imam-ul-Haq could only score only 6 runs. After falling two wickets for 9 runs, Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan made a partnership of 55 runs. Rizwan got bowled after scoring 28 runs off 50 balls. Babar held one end but New Zealand kept wickets from the other end.

Babar Azam completed his half-century and was stumped for 79 runs as the 9th wicket. In his innings of 114 balls, he hit 8 fours and a six. With the wicket of Haris Rauf, the team's innings were reduced to 182 runs. New Zealand won the match by 79 runs. Ish Sodhi and Tim Southee got 2-2 wickets.

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