World XI Defeated Pakistan by 7 Wickets in Exciting Match
World XI defeated Pakistan by 7 wickets in a very exciting encounter. Hashim Amla (72 not out) and Thisara Perera (46 not out) played a key role in the win of Pakistan vs World XI Match. With this, he achieved a 1-1 draw in the series of three T-20 Pakistan vs World XI. In the first match played on Tuesday, Pakistan had won by 20 runs.
Pakistan Batting First
Pakistan, batting first, won the toss and scored 174 for 6 wickets in 20 overs. Not any of the batsmen could make half-century in Pakistan vs World XI 2nd T20. This challenging goal was achieved by the World XI losing 3 wickets while remaining a ball. In the last over, the World XI required 13 runs to win. On the fifth ball of the over, Perera hit the world fourscore as the winner.
Iqbal-Amla Gave Good Start
Tamim Iqbal (23) and Amla added 47 runs in 5.3 overs and gave good start to the team World XI against Pakistan. Sohail Khan sent Iqbal to the pavilion. Tim Paine contributed only 10 runs Captain Faf du Plessis scored 20 runs. Both of them had returned pavilions to a total of 106 runs. Amla got the support of Perera and the duo shared a 69-run partnership for the fourth wicket to give the team victory against Pakistan in the 2nd T20 Match.
Faf’s Credit to Win This Player
With this he has leveled 1-1 in the series of three T-20 matches. In the first match played on Tuesday, Pakistan had won by 20 runs. After winning the 2nd T20 match, World XI captain Faf du Plessis said in his post match press conference ” It is good to take the series up to the final match with victory, we also needed this win, I think we bowled very well and kept the Pakistan team down to a low score. You always need a batsman standing in a wicket chasing the target and today the same job was done well by the staff, last night we were disappointed that we could not stay well on the wicket, but I am happy that today we With the return and won the match, I hope the staff will continue their form in the third match. “
These 6 big Records Were Made in the Second T20 Between World XI vs Pakistan
Pakistan had to face defeat in the second T20 played at Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore. In this match, World XI won a big win by 7 wickets. Pakistan had earlier given the target of 175 runs to the opposition team, which the World XI lost 3 wickets and achieved 1 ball already. World hero opener win Hashim Amla and Thisara Perera are. Amla scored a not out 72 and Perera scored 47 runs for his team to make equal 1-1 in the series. There were 6 interesting records in this match. Let’s take a look at them.
Hashim Amla playing for World XI scored a fifty against Pakistan. Amla is the first such player in the world who has given T20 half-century for two separate teams. Hashim Amla has hauled six half-centuries for South Africa while on Wednesday he played not out 72 against Pakistan.
Thisara Perera scored 5 sixes in his second innings in Pakistan vs World XI 2nd T20 but his name did not have any chances. They are the second batsmen to score 5 sixes in T20 cricket. Along with this, 47 not out, Thisara Perera’s 2nd highest T20 score. The name Thisara Perera is not a single fifty in T20. His highest T20 score is 49 runs against England in 2014.
Second Highest Strike Rate against Pakistan
Third Perera scored in the second T20 with a strike rate of 247.36. This is the second highest strike rate against Pakistan in T20 cricket. Mike Hussey scored 60 runs in 24 balls against Pakistan during World T20 in 2010, in which his strike rate was 250.
Second Best Chase
World XI achieved a big target of 175 runs against Pakistan. Only the second big goal could be achieved in T20 against Pakistan. In 2010, Australia achieved the target of 192 runs against Pakistan. New Zealand also achieved 169 runs against Pakistan in 2016. Apart from these three, no team could achieve the goal of more than 150 runs against Pakistan.
Pakistan Captain Sarfraz Out for Zero
Sarfraz Ahmed out for zero for the first time In T20 Match. Sarfraz Ahmed was out in the second T20 Sarfraz has been out for zero for the first time in his 22 T20 match. Despite being captain of Pakistan, Sarfraz Ahmed has been out for zero for the first time in international cricket.
Badree did not Open the Bowling
West Indian leg spinner Samuel Badree is one of the world’s most T20 bowlers. Despite being a spinner, he appears to be bowling openers in every T20 league of the world, but this time did not happen in the second T20 against Pakistan. While playing for the World XI, Samuel Badree did not start bowling. This is the first time in Badree’s 41 T20 matches that he has not bowled open.
Cricket Score Pakistan vs World XI
Series: World XI tour of Pakistan, 2017
Venue: Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore
Date & Time: Sep 13, 07:00 PM Local
Pakistan 174/6 (20.0 Overs)
World XI 175/3 (19.5 Overs)
World XI won by 7 wkts
Player of The Match