Watch Pakistan vs New Zealand 1st ODI Highlights – 6 JAN 2018 Today – If Pakistan did not know previously, they discovered the hard way that falling Kane Williamson has severe impacts. Given a reprieve from Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed when on 26, he moved on to evaluate a hundred, directing New Zealand into an intimidating 315.
Munro exploded from the tenth, beating Raees for 2 fours and a six. He did not back away from the No. 1 rated ODI bowler Hasan Ali either, bringing up a 33-ball fifty having a six over fine leg. He followed with a different border, until Hasan reluctantly corrected his line, forcing Munro to prod in a single, who edged into Sarfraz. Pakistan had started to appear desperate for its breakthrough, with the launching venture making 83 runs in 75 balls.
The scoring rate slowed slightly then, but not one of Pakistan’s bowlers appeared especially incisive as Williamson and Guptill took refuge management of their middle overs. They had been masterful at estimating Pakistan’s amounts, fast to capitalise if they fell marginally. Williamson’s pricey reprieve arrived in a time when New Zealand were gradually setting themselves up to get a complete over 300. It left Sarfraz rather red-faced; the Pakistan captain had only given among his fielders that an earful for sloppiness.
Opening bowlers Mohammad Amir and Rumman Raees found considerably lesser swing compared to Sarfraz could have hoped for if he won the toss and put New Zealand in. While Amir’s speed and consistency frees him from punishment, the in-form Colin Munro (58) – new off a hundred and two rebounds at his past 3 T20Is – tucked to the seasoned Raees.
Martin Guptill kicked things off with a touch six apartment over the bowler’s head. But while he also took his time attempting to play himself back in shape, Munro had no time to lose. He also timed the ball professionally took good advantage of the fielding restrictions, turning a couple of ones into twos and keeping up the pressure on the Pakistan attack.
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