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New Zealand won by 79 runs Coway Man of the Match

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Despite a late collapse of 6 for 37 on a sluggish. Sticky Karachi ground, Devon Conway and Kane Williamson’s aggressive zeal had already given their spin-heavy attack a manageable total to work with. After Tim Southee and Lockie Ferguson. Made the initial cuts in Pakistan’s pursuit of 262. Sending the series into a conclusion on Friday. The New Zealand spin three restrained the hosts with their subtle variations.

Despite wickets falling all around him, Babar Azam offered. Pakistan hope by scoring 79 off 114 balls, but he was unable to find a higher gear to down the asking rate.

Mitchell Santner achieved what he does best by hitting the stumps. Hard and controlling his length. Michael Bracewell, who primarily bats for Wellington in his native country, was the most effective spinner, taking 1 for 29 in his 10 overs.

Ish Sodi Return New Zealand

Henry Shipley was replaced by Ish Sodhi, who bowled into the ground and frequently caused Pakistan’s batters to mishit the ball. Babar, the second-to-last Pakistani batter to be bowled. Was the valuable scalp that the legspinner claimed. Virtually guaranteeing New Zealand’s series-tying victory. In an ODI World Cup year, Glenn Phillips, who is now a hesitant wicketkeeper due to a back ailment, added to New Zealand’s spin resources by lbw-trapping Haris Sohail. Spinners’ total statistics were 30-0-114-5.

Ferguson and Southee set the tone for New Zealand’s effective defence. Six inswingers used to challenge Fakhar Zaman before Southee raced one away from the left-hander on a length appropriate for a Test match and kissed his outside edge. Gone in search of a duck seven. Several New Zealand fast bowlers sidelined due to injury. But Ferguson and Southee took the new ball and bowled Imam-ul-Haq out with a 153 kph bouncer.

Earlier in the day, Mohammad Nawaz thrived on the slow pitch, finding grip and turning with even his quick darts. Nawaz’s bowling was more complex than just gripping and turning. A magnificent mixture of drift, dip. And turn managed to slip past Williamson’s defences in the 35th over. Tom Latham, one of New Zealand’s greatest spinners, was destroyed by a skid and a zip off a reasonably slow pitch. He was in charge of four wickets in New Zealand’s 6 for 37 collapse.

Naseem shah struck early

In his first over, Naseem Shah struck once more as Pakistan got off to a fast start. After dismissing Conway for a golden duck in the first ODI. The fast bowler had Finn Allen slice a ball to Nawaz at short cover for 1 in the second. Following that. Williamson and Conway collaborated to score a crucial 181 runs for the second wicket.

In those early exchanges. Conway struggled with timing and regularly lost his shape when he tried to overhit the ball. Williamson, on the other hand, took control right away.

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