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Pakistan in final

T20 World Cup: Pakistan in final

Pakistan defeated New Zealand by seven wickets to go to the 2022 T20 World Cup final, which is currently taking place in Sydney.

Pakistan completed the 153-run chase in 19.1 overs, partly due to a century-plus opening stand between Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan.

Rizwan and Babar added 105 runs for the first wicket before Babar left the field after hitting 53 runs in 42 balls.

Rizwan, meanwhile, scored 57 runs in 43 balls, using five fours as support.

In addition, Mohammad Haris contributed a significant inning of 30 runs in 26 balls.

Trent Boult had figures of 2-33 in four overs, however, he could not save his team from losing the game.

In the inaugural Twenty20 World Cup semi-final on Wednesday in Sydney, Pakistan limited New Zealand to 152-4 despite Daryl Mitchell scoring an unbeaten 53 against some sharp fielding and methodical bowling from Pakistan.

In the first 10 overs, the Black Caps struggled to establish control of the assault, slamming only five boundaries as they limped to 59-3.

After that, Mitchell and Kane Williamson (46) surged in a 68-run partnership before they quit in the last few overs. With 2-24, Shaheen Afridi was the best bowler.

In the Sunday final, Pakistan will take on England and India, who play each other on Thursday in Adelaide.

It was reversed after review due to an inside edge, but Afridi quickly replicated it again with a plumb edge.

In the six games played at the Sydney Cricket Ground this tournament, teams batting first had won five of them, so when Williamson won the toss, he asked Pakistan to bowl without any hesitation.

Finn Allen struck Afridi for four runs off the first delivery of his dramatic opening over before being thrown out lbw on the following ball.

Despite their ability to steady the ship, Devon Conway and Williamson were constrained by some excellent fielding during the six-over powerplay, where only two fielders are permitted outside the 30-yard circle.

It included Shadab Khan’s magnificent run out of Conway for 21, when he scored a straight hit from mid-off.

When danger man Glenn Phillips was caught and bowled for six by Mohammad Nawaz, they took a further significant hit.

After they reached the 10-over mark, Mitchell and Williamson started to take more chances, with the first six coming in the 13th over on Williamson’s first boundary in 30 balls.

After a 42-ball innings in which just two boundaries were hit, the New Zealand skipper was ultimately dismissed by an Afridi yorker. Mitchell and Jimmy Neesham, who made 16 runs, then contributed 29 runs in the final three overs.

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