Pakistan semifinals hopes suffer big blow with Zimbabwe defeat

Pakistan semifinals hopes suffer big blow with Zimbabwe defeat

All-rounder Sikandar Raza scored a sensational 3:25 victory over Pakistan on Thursday. Zimbabwe won the Twenty20 Worlds one-run final ball his Thriller to take his first Super 12 victory in the Cup.

After an unusual defeat to arch-rivals India in their final match on Sunday’s opener, Pakistan restricted Zimbabwe to a modest 130-8 result at Perth Stadium, where he trailed 129-8. The competition fell apart because I only responded with.

After a dreadful final against India, Mohammed Nawaz’s tournament nightmare continued, his second ball from the end of the match saw him bowled by 22-year-old Brad Evans (2-25) for 11 runs. won a cushion of At the end.

Pakistan’s Chase got off to a difficult start, 36-3 in eight overs, but world-leading T20 hitter Mohammed Rizwan scored 14 after throwing to the stumps from two-meter tall Blessing Muzarabani (1.18). returned to the dugout.

Pakistan’s vaunted pace, having lost the toss earlier His attacker is power His play He overflowed in an over and he allowed 47 runs but Zimbabwe’s opening as he knocked out the game A quick wicket of the United States kept the odds down.

All-rounder Sean Williams (31) is back in form after scoring in Monday’s away game against South Africa. He hit the line three times and with six overs remaining he was 95-3 and looked like he could go on.

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