1st Match,
India and Bangladesh in Sri Lanka T20I Tri-Series, 2018, Colombo

Sri Lanka vs India

06 March 2018 19:00 (IST)

1st T20I, Westpac Stadium, Wellington, 22 January 2018

New Zealand vs Pakistan

New Zealand 2nd Inn:106/3 (15.5)

Ross Taylor* 22 (13);Colin Munro 49 (43);
Hasan Ali* 2.5-0-28-0; Shadab Khan 4-0-18-1;

Last bat: Tom Bruce

Result: New Zealand won by 7 wkts.

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New Zealand Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
Martin Guptill c Mohammad Nawaz & b Raees 2 6 0 0 33.33
Colin Munro not out 49 43 3 2 113.95
Glenn Phillips(wk) b Raees 3 11 0 0 27.27
Tom Bruce c Fakhar Zaman & b Shadab Khan 26 22 3 1 118.18
Ross Taylor not out 22 13 3 0 169.23
Anaru Kitchen dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Colin de Grandhomme dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Mitchell Santner dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Tim Southee(c) dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Ish Sodhi dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Seth Rance dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
             
Extras(b - 0, lb - 1, w - 3, nb - 0)4
Total(106 for 3 in 15.5 overs)106 (6.69 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/3 (Martin Guptill, 1.1 ov.) 2/8 (Glenn Phillips, 3.2 ov.) 3/57 (Tom Bruce, 10.1 ov.)
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
Mohammad Amir 3 0 13 0 4.33 (1w)
Rumman Raees 4 0 24 2 6 (1w)
Shadab Khan 4 0 18 1 4.5  
Hasan Ali 2.5 0 28 0 9.89 (1w)
Faheem Ashraf 1 0 8 0 8  
Mohammad Nawaz 1 0 14 0 14  
               

Pakistan Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
Fakhar Zaman c Kitchen & b Southee 3 4 0 0 75
Umar Amin c Kitchen & b Rance 0 7 0 0 0
Mohammad Nawaz c Munro & b Southee 7 9 1 0 77.78
Haris Sohail c Tom Bruce & b Kitchen 9 10 1 0 90
Babar Azam c Tom Bruce & b Munro 41 41 1 1 100
Sarfraz Ahmed(c) & (wk) st Glenn Phillips & b Santner 9 14 1 0 64.29
Shadab Khan c Glenn Phillips & b Santner 0 1 0 0 0
Faheem Ashraf c Tom Bruce & b Southee 7 14 0 0 50
Hasan Ali c Southee & b Rance 23 12 0 3 191.67
Mohammad Amir c Southee & b Rance 3 6 0 0 50
Rumman Raees not out 0 0 0 0 0.00
             
Extras(b - 0, lb - 0, w - 3, nb - 0)3
Total(105 all out in 19.4 overs)105 (5.34 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/4 (Fakhar Zaman, 1.3 ov.) 2/4 (Umar Amin, 2.2 ov.) 3/15 (Mohammad Nawaz, 3.5 ov.)
4/22 (Haris Sohail, 5.4 ov.) 5/38 (Sarfraz Ahmed, 9.1 ov.) 6/38 (Shadab Khan, 9.2 ov.)
7/53 (Faheem Ashraf, 13.5 ov.) 8/83 (Hasan Ali, 16.4 ov.) 9/90 (Mohammad Amir, 18.4 ov.)
10/105 (Babar Azam, 19.4 ov.)   
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
Seth Rance 4 0 26 3 6.5 (1w)
Tim Southee (c) 4 0 13 3 3.25 (1w)
Colin de Grandhomme 2 0 11 0 5.5  
Anaru Kitchen 1 0 3 1 3  
Ish Sodhi 4 0 25 0 6.25 (1w)
Mitchell Santner 4 0 15 2 3.75  
Colin Munro 0.4 0 12 1 17.91  
               
All|Overs 1-50
W

to Guptill, out Caught by Mohammad Nawaz!! Now this one's definitely a chance, and it's taken at mid-on. Guptill still persisting with his usual aggressive game against the new ball. Tries to heave this over mid-wicket, but in trying to fetch it from wide of off, he slices it off the toe-end. Guptill c Mohammad Nawaz b 2(6)

W

to Glenn Phillips, out Bowled!! Gone. He's cramped on the cut again, and this time he's chopped it back on. spreads his arms with a big smile across his face. Pakistan are making a match out of this. Glenn Phillips b 3(11)

4

to Tom Bruce, FOUR, he's lofted this off the toe-end, but has managed to clear mid-off. Made quite a bit of room to free his arms, which led to the ball hitting towards the bottom of his bat. Pretty decent swing of the arms though which lends the power

4

to Tom Bruce, FOUR, oh no, it's a poor delivery to release the pressure. Low full toss at the stumps, Bruce flicks it to the long leg boundary

OT

Khan to Munro, no run, wild reverse-sweep attempt from Munro, gets nothing on it and is hit right in front of middle. The line's not a problem here by the looks of it. But is it bouncing over? Pakistan have reviewed this. Here we go, it's bouncing over. Flighted googly from , it hit Munro on the arm, and such is the bounce here that ball-tracking shows it to be bouncing at least a foot over the bails despite the ball being full in length. Crazy

6

Khan to Tom Bruce, SIX, nails the slog-sweep over deep mid-wicket! Release shot from Bruce. He takes his chance against the spinner, has the short boundaries backing him, and clears it comfortably

4

Khan to Tom Bruce, FOUR, another sweep shot, another boundary. 10 off 2 balls - plenty in a small run chase. This time he wallops it backward of square

4

Ali to Munro, FOUR, good length ball on leg, swung away into the long leg boundary. Flurry of runs for NZ as Pakistan lose their cool and their lines

4

Ali to Munro, FOUR, now he charges down and lofts the length ball over mid-off. These boundaries will serve to take the pressure off quite a bit

W

Khan to Tom Bruce, out Caught by Fakhar Zaman!! gets his man. He implements his learnings from the previous over by tossing the ball wide of off. He makes Bruce reach out for the slog-sweep and turns it further away to find a thick top-edge which falls comfortably into the hands of deep mid-wicket. Pakistan still alive, just. Tom Bruce c Fakhar Zaman b Khan 26(22) [4s-3 6s-1]

4

Nawaz to Munro, FOUR, he's always looking to take the left-arm spinner on. Nawaz is aware of this. He fires this short at the stumps, but with the room Munro has created for himself, he smokes this over extra-cover

6

Nawaz to Munro, SIX, now he bowls this slower at the stumps and is dismissed into the square leg stands. Not easy bowling to this man. He grounds his back knee and pummels it with the turn

6

to Munro, SIX, this is a stunning shot. He's had to bend his knees because the ball isn't all that short, and because he's intent on the pull. Gets into such a good position to whack it over square leg. What timing

4

Ali to Ross Taylor, FOUR, hoicks it away over mid-wicket. Fetched the length ball from outside off and got his bottom hand into play. Just nine needed now

4

Ali to Ross Taylor, FOUR, this one's a short ball outside off, and it's dispatched yet again over mid-wicket. Taylor's on the forward press while pulling it, but he still appears to be totally in control of it

4

Ali to Ross Taylor, FOUR, full-pitched ball outside off, drilled through extra-cover. What hands from Taylor, flowing through the drive

W

to Fakhar Zaman, out Caught by Kitchen!! The skipper strikes. No luck this time for Zaman. "We've seen this, nothing new," quips Waqar Younis on air. Slanted a little fuller outside off, Zaman goes hard at it and the bat face turns in his hands messing up the timing. Slices it straight to cover and Kitchen ain't dropping those. Fakhar Zaman c Kitchen b 3(4)

D

to Mohammad Nawaz, no run, well, blow me down. could've had two in two. But Taylor drops a regulation catch at widish slip. Oh! He immediately says that it swung in the air. A goodish length delivery, straightened a bit and squares up Nawaz. He closes the bat face early and outside edge is found. Flies to Taylor, who got both hands but fails to cling onto it.. messy

W

to Umar Amin, out Caught by Kitchen!! Wonderful catch by Kitchen. Sends the crowd into rapture. Pakistan lose both openers. Early trouble. But not new, eh? A short of length delivery around off, Amin swung across and ekes out a top-edge. Goes up in the air over the in-field on the off-side, Kitchen back-tracks, keeps his eyes on the ball and gobbles it up. Juggled a bit but somehow holds on. Umar Amin c Kitchen b 0(7)

4

to Mohammad Nawaz, FOUR, oopsy! Has Tom Bruce hurt himself there, trying to stop the ball? Looked very awkward. Nawaz tucked it off his hips through square leg. Bruce sprinted across, unfortunately his knee got stuck in the ground and it sneaked through to the fence. Oh dear, he is hobbling off the field. In some pain

W

to Mohammad Nawaz, out Caught by Munro!! Gone. Second wicket for . Pakistan quaking at 15/3. Another batsman perishes trying to clear the in-field. Fuller and tailed back in, Nawaz set himself up and ended up mistiming it to mid-on. Off the toe-end. Kiwis exploiting with the new ball after opting to field first. Mohammad Nawaz c Munro b 7(9) [4s-1]

4

Grandhomme to Haris Sohail, FOUR, sublime. Grandhomme offers a half-volley just outsi off, Sohail shifts his weight forward and caresses it through extra cover. The quick outfield takes care of the rest

W

to Haris Sohail, out Caught by Tom Bruce!! Soft, soft dismissal. gets a wicket in his first over and is over the moon. Four down. Flighted just outside off, Sohail lunged across, probably looking to go aerial over the off-side. No timing whatsoever and he chips a sitter to cover, who accepts it with glee. Haris Sohail c Tom Bruce b 9(10) [4s-1]

4

Sodhi to Sarfraz, FOUR, flash and flash hard. Goes hard on the cut, outside edge flies past the slip and runs away to the third man fence

W

to Sarfraz, out Stumped!! Absolute buffonary. The Pakistan skipper departs now. Half the side back in the hut. Very slow through the air just outside off, Sarfraz sized up for the sweep. Went low and dragged his back leg, loses his balance as the ball slid under his bat and just couldn't recover. Did a split there. Easy stumping for Phillips. Sarfraz st Glenn Phillips b 9(14) [4s-1]

W

to Shadab Khan, out Caught by Glenn Phillips!! Two in two for . What is happening? No intent at all from Pakistan batsmen. Another one bites the dirt and Shadab walks back for a golden duck. Tossed up temptingly just outside off, Shadab feathers a tiny nick as he was beaten by the flight. Phillips juggled on the first attempt but manages to cling it onto his chest. Gobbles it up. 38/6, yes, you read that right. Hat-trick beckons . Shadab Khan c Glenn Phillips b 0(1)

W

to Faheem Ashraf, out Caught by Tom Bruce!! The stand-in skipper is having a good day in the office. Third wicket for him and Pakistan slip further. Sharp short delivery that rises onto Ashraf, who is late on the pull shot, hits the splice of the bat and balloons towards extra cover, Bruce covers good ground, slides across and pouches it with both hands. Faheem Ashraf c Tom Bruce b 7(14)

6

Sodhi to Hasan Ali, SIX, first six of the game and it has come in the 15th over. Hasan Ali can bat. Got a fifty in the ODIs. Flighted just outside off, he kneels down and slog sweeps it against the turn over deep mid-wicket. Long way into the crowd

6

to Hasan Ali, SIX, that's a meaty blow. while attempting to target the stumps, lands it right in the slot for Ali, who moves across and uses the long handle to smack it over deep mid-wicket. Nice clean strike

6

to Hasan Ali, SIX, is pitching them right in the swinging arc and Ali is feeding on it. Once more moves across and back, clears the front leg and sends it sailing over wide long-on. Not well connected as last time, but enough to clear the fence

W

to Hasan Ali, out Caught by Southee!! Hasan Ali's brief cameo comes to an end. Tried for a hat-trick and perishes. This too was in the slot, but Ali was into the shot early, got into position and skewed it off the toe-end back over the bowler. Southee from extra cover called for it and took it calmly. It was the cross-seamer from and did not have the pace Ali was looking for. Hasan Ali c Southee b 23(12) [6s-3]

W

to Amir, out Caught by Southee!! Southee is everywhere. Wickets, catches and plotting dismissals with his bowlers. Banged into the surface and Amir makes a bit of room to go over the bowler, the ball gets big on him and he lobs it towards mid-off, Southee moves to his left to complete the formalities. Amir c Southee b 3(6)

4

to Babar Azam, FOUR, good start to the over. Short and outside off, Azam shuffles back and across, unleashes a cut square of the wicket and the ball rocketed to the fence giving sweeper cover no chance

6

to Babar Azam, SIX, Pakistan have breached the 100-run mark. Azam waits for the length delivery, clears his front leg and smacks it straight over long-on. Just about managed to evade the fielder

W

to Babar Azam, out Caught by Tom Bruce!! All over. Pakistan bowled out with two balls to spare. The slower delivery from , Azam had to go every delivery and like the previous he decides to take it towards long-on, does not have the pace this time and miscues it meekly to Bruce, who runs across and takes it. Babar Azam c Tom Bruce b 41(41) [4s-1 6s-1]