Pakistan vs Zimbabwe Cricket Match ICC World Cup 2022

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Pakistan vs Zimbabwe

Pakistan vs Zimbabwe Cricket Match

World T20 2022 24th match on Thursday, 27 Oct 2022
Stadium: Optus Stadium
Zimbabwe won by 1 run.


Zimbabwe wins the toss and Chooses to bat against Pakistan in Perth. “Would’ve bowled first. There’s a swing early, and I wanted to utilize that. Everyone is ready to go. Asif Ali is not playing; Wasim is playing,” said Babar Azam at the toss.
“We’ll bat. Wicket’s going to play the same throughout. Want to put on a decent score and put them under pressure. We’ll have to be (ready to face their pace attack?). Only had one day to get used to these conditions, but everyone feels good. Chatara out for Evans,” said Zimbabwe captain Craig Ervine after winning the toss.

Good start of the first inning from the Zimbabwe side:

Wesley Madhevere to Shaheen Afridi: 4, 4. What a way to start Zimbabwe. The opening has two straight boundaries, which has already become expensive. Fourteen leave the area. ZIM: After one over, 14/0.

Craig Ervine and Madhevere are out in 5th over.
Thanks to that excellent catch, Rauf makes a run in his first over. Ervine looks to pull and probably tries to pull since he is slow to move out of the path. He’s doing this without looking at the ball. It veers off the top edge and heads for a thin, short leg. ZIM: after five overs, 42/1.
Pakistan has now quickly followed up on both of its openings. This lands and skids through on a length that is approximately off. Wesley Madhevere moves over and tries to flick, but he misses and is struck close to the knee roll. Hawk Eye indicates that it is striking the top off. Pakistan conducts an appropriate review. 43/2 for ZIM after 5.2 overs.

Shadab on a hat trick:

Milton Shumba is lost to Zimbabwe due to Shadab. Shumba attempts to drive this to the ground with an excellent tossed-up delivery. But it is propelled into the air instead. Shadab makes a spectacular catch by diving to his right. 64/3 for ZIM after 9.4 overs.
Sean Williams and Sikandar Raza’s cooperation was beginning to succeed when Shadab made a stunning entrance. He takes care of Williams before catching Regis Chkabva at the slips. The vice-captain of Pakistan is currently on three goals. ZIM: after 14 overs, 95/5.

Mohammad Wasim on fire:

Currently, Zimbabwe’s batting order is disintegrating. No runs have been scored despite four dismissals in the last six deliveries. Mohammad Wasim Jr. follows Shadab’s double strike by making one as well. Hasan Raza is quickly caught by Haris Rauf thanks to the right-arm quick, who knocks Luke Jongwe out. Now, Zimbabwe is in serious jeopardy. 95/7 for ZIM after 14.4 overs. Muhammad Wasim retaliates! On the centre and leg bases, this is full. Evans tries to heave but fails, disturbing the stumps.

2nd Inning Pakistan batting:

Muhammad Rizwan and Babar Azam enter the game. Zimbabwe launches its assault with Richard Ngarava. Only two runs are allowed in the first over that Richard Ngarava bowls brilliantly. Here, Pakistan’s openers are obtaining any simple runs. 2/0 after one over for PAK. Rizwan connects beautifully with Ngarava’s quick delivery, sending it sailing over mid-wicket for a boundary. 7/0 after 2.2 overs for PAK.
Four from Ngarava to Babar Azam. That will make him feel better! Babar is incorrect! Short once more, then off. For four runs, Azam moves it past mid-on and mid-wicket. After three overs, PAK is 12/0.

Babar Azam, Rizwan, and Iftikhar fall:

Brad Evans scores a crucial wicket! The ball seams away from the surface and sticks in it slightly on a length and around off. Babar Azam attempts to work on the leg side, but instead, the ball flies to the backward point after catching a leading edge. 13/1 after 3.3 overs for PAK. Zimbabwe had already gotten what it wanted when Rizwan left. Blessing Mohammad Rizwan attempts the third man after Muzarabani bowls it on the length and outside off. Still, the ball is too close to playing the shot. Rizwan lounges a little bit, but the ball hits the off stump after getting an inside edge. 23/2 for Pakistan after 4.4 overs.
Pakistan scores a crucial boundary after being pulled through midwicket. Although Jongwe could get the ball back, Madhevere had already crossed the line. Tremendous efforts in vain, Iftikhar Ahmed has left Pakistan, and Zimbabwe is unquestionably leading the way. The goalie accepts this with grace when it slips off the glove. Here, it’s game on—really, really game on. 36/3 for Pakistan after 7.4 overs.

Sikandar Raza’s fire attack:

After a fifty-run partnership with Ifthikar Ahmed, Shadan Khan leaves the game, and on the next ball, Haider Ali is out for a golden duck. Sikandar Raza has undoubtedly broken Pakistan’s back, and the Men in Green are in serious trouble. Shan Masood, the designated hitter for Pakistan, is lost. Faster and down the leg side, Raza bowls it fully. Regis Chakabva’s lightning-fast glove work takes care of the rest in Masood Misses His Flick. Pakistan is experiencing numerous problems.

In the final drama of Pakistan vs Zimbabwe Cricket Match ICC World Cup,
Mohammad Nawaz hit a Richard Ngarava full toss over the fine leg for six when Pakistan required 29 runs off the final three overs and then 22 of the last two. Before Nawaz’s strike, Zimbabwe’s chances of winning were 71%, but they were only 34% afterwards. The contest appeared over.

Off the final over, Evans had ten runs to stop. His opening shot was a half-volley that sailed through extra cover and mid-off. Three was run by Nawaz and Muhammad Wasim. His second ball was a slower ball from the rear of his hand. Wasim scored four with a shot over mid-off. On the sixth stump, his third ball was slower once more and only made it as far as mid-off before it was over Evans.

ICC World Cup 2022 Live Telecast & Broadcasting:

CountryLive Telecast and Broadcast Channels
IndiaStar Sports network
PakistanPTV Sports and Ten Sports
BangladeshGazi TV (GTV)
Australia and New ZealandYupp TV
South AfricaSuperSport network
The USA and UKHotstar 
Middle EastOSN Sports Cricket

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