Pakistan Lost Practice Match from NZ Presidents XI

Cricket World Cup starting next month before the Board President’s XI tour to New Zealand beat Pakistan by 6 wickets.

Pakistan Lost Practice Match from NZ Presidents XI

In the match against New Zealand in Lincolnwood Captain of Pakistan won the toss and decided to bat first, which did not prove beneficial. Mohammad Hafeez was run out on the first ball of the match when Younis Khan was going to make a run. Sohaib Maqsood Ahmed Shehzad and also show substantial performance.

On the occasion of Pakistan 81 runs were 4 players but captain Misbah and Umar Akmal while batting team’s score has reached 186, which runs between the 105, Umar Akmal 68 runs out. Sarfraz Ahmed, 19, 30 and Adil Wahab Riaz team to score 21 runs. Pakistan’s Misbah-ul-Haq scored 107 while most Afridi was dismissed without scoring a first ball. Pakistan’s batsmen in 49.3 overs were bowled out for 313 runs.

At the 314-run target for Pakistan in pursuit of the Board President’s XI New Zealand batting confidently launched and the target for the loss of 4 wickets in 46 overs achieved. Guest side when the opener Tim Henry Nicholas 104 aggressive innings of 115 runs on 89 balls. Adil Pakistan by 81 runs in 9.2 overs 2 wickets, Sohail Khan at a wicket came when a player has run out.

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