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Pakistan vs New Zealand: Mitchell Santner, Ish Sodhi arrange decider, win massive towards hosts in 2nd ODI

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India Today Web Desk

Pakistan vs New Zealand: Babar Azam’s aspect have been unable to chase down 262 runs towards New Zealand within the 2nd ODI match in Karachi. This units up the decider of the sequence set to be performed on 13 January, Friday.

Karachi,UPDATED: Jan 11, 2023 23:14 IST

New Zealand gamers rejoice a wicket vs Pakistan. (Courtesy: AP)

By India Today Web Desk: Kane Williamson’s New Zealand discovered their manner again into the sequence within the second sport of the three-match sequence in Karachi on Wednesday, 11 January. The guests spun an online across the Babar Azam aspect choking them in a chase of 262 runs.

New Zealand spinners – Mitchell Santner, Ish Sodhi, Michael Bracewell and Glenn Phillips have been amongst wickets because the stopped Pakistan from chopping away and chased the small goal down in what regarded like a good wicket to bat in Karachi.

Pakistan vs New Zealand, 2nd ODI: Highlights

Pakistan have been additionally responsible of poor operating between the wickets that resulted within the wickets of Agha Salman and Mohammad Wasim in essential junctures of the sport. While Pakistan captain Babar Azam performed a conservative innings of 79 off 114 balls, the remainder of the aspect fell like a pack of playing cards, ending up getting 182-all-out in simply 43 overs.

Earlier, Pakistan did very nicely to limit New Zealand for simply 261 in 49.5 overs after opener Devon Conway and Kane Williamson stitched up a 181-run partnership. While Conway scored a elegant century after preliminary battle, Williamson fell in need of his by 15 runs.

New Zealand have been 183/1 at a cut-off date and regarded set to succeed in 300+ with ease. However, Pakistan pacers turned the warmth on them and restricted them to only 261 runs with their impeccable self-discipline.

Naseem Shah and Muhammad Nawaz have been the celebrities of the present, selecting up 7 wickets between them, albeit in a shedding trigger.

The decider of the sequence will now be performed on Friday, 13 January in National Stadium Karachi.

Edited By:

Kingshuk Kusari

Published On:

Jan 11, 2023