Haris Rauf’s master class bowling at the death amazes the audience


New Delhi: Pakistan bowler Haris Rauf has wowed the crowd while playing against New Zealand on Saturday and showed some excellent bowling in the death over. Rauf picked up three wickets in the final overs of the game as Pakistan chased down a target of 148 runs.

In the last over, Rauf conceded 5 runs from 3 wickets, proving to be one of the most dangerous players.

Babar Azam played a spectacular innings

Babar Azam played a match winning innings of 79 runs and took his team towards a 6 wicket win. The Pakistan captain scored a century in the bilateral series against England and now he has proved dangerous for the New Zealand bowlers. In the second T20I against the Kiwis, Pakistan scored 149 runs in their innings. It was a big contribution for captain Azam who scored 79 runs in 53 balls.

Azam said “I am very happy” after the win

After winning the game, Azam said, “We have started the batting well, me and Rizwan planned to take advantage of the first six overs and also the batting. We have a plan to send him to charge the bowlers, he bowled well [on Shadab at 4]. Me and Shadab planned that I will play all the way and he will go for his shots. A little different because the dew and the ball will come nicely.

“We are playing very well and as captain I am very happy. We assessed the conditions and executed our plans, our bowlers bowled very well. We have some rest now and we are looking forward to it,” he added.

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