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Shehzad centurysteers Pak to 190-5 in20 overs

Discussion in 'Sports' started by Net KiNG, Mar 30, 2014.

  1. Net KiNG

    Net KiNG VIP Member

    Pakistan vs
    Bangladesh World T20
    'live' cricket score:
    Shehzad century
    steers Pak to 190-5 in
    20 overs Refreshed Pakistan must defeat hosts
    Bangladesh on Sunday By Cricket Correspondent and
    Agencies Published Sunday, March 30, 2014 A maiden unbeaten century by Ahmed
    Shehzad (111), the first in T20
    internationals by a Pakistan batsman,
    steered them to a challenging total of
    190-4 in 20 overs. Opener Shehzad faced just 62 balls
    during his knock which was studded
    with 10 fours and five sixes. He shared in a brisk 83-run stand for
    the fourth wicket with Shoaib Malik
    (26) which helped them recover after
    a bit of a wobble in the middle when
    they slumped to 71-3 in the 10th over.
     
  2. Net KiNG

    Net KiNG VIP Member

    Left arm spinner Razzak was the pick
    of the bowlers claiming two for 20. Afridi holes out after a brief cameo.
    Pak 188-5 in 19.4 overs. Shahid Afridi c Ziaur Rahman b Al- Amin Hossain 22 (9b 1x4 2x6) Afridi blasts consecutive sixes off
    Mortaza as Pakistan are set for a big
    total. Pak 180-4 in 19 overs. Shehzad survives being caught off a
    no-ball after blasting his fifth six off
    Mortaza. Shehzad becomes the first Pakistan to
    get a century in T20 international. It
    cames off just 58 balls and contained
    nine boundaries and four sixes. Pak
    156-4 in 18 overs. Shakib gets Malik who is smartly
    stumped by Rahim. Pak 154-4 in 17.4
    overs. Shoaib Malik st Mushfiqur Rahim b Shakib Al Hasan 26 (23b 2x4 0x6) Mortaza bowls an erratic over which
    goes for 16 with Shehzad picking up a
    couple of boundaries to move to 92.
    Pak 146-3 in 16 overs. Malik gets into the act cracking a
    couple of boundaries off
    Mahmudullah. Pak 123-3 in 14 overs. Ziaur Rahman goes for 22 as Shafeez
    turns it on hammering a couple of
    sixes and cracking a couple of
    boundaries.
     
  3. Net KiNG

    Net KiNG VIP Member

    Pak 110-3 in 13 overs. Razzak completes an excellent spell
    returning figures of 4-0-20-2. Pak
    82-3 in 11 overs. Shehzad completes his half century off
    30 balls but Umar Akmal goes for a
    duck as Mahmudullah strikes with his
    second delivery. Pak 71-3 in 9.2 overs. Umar Akmal c Tamim Iqbal b Mahmudullah 0 (2b 0x4 0x6) Razzak strikes again beating Hafeez in
    flight and pace. Pak 70-2 in 8.5 overs. Mohammad Hafeez st Mushfiqur Rahim b Abdur Razzak 8 (12b 0x4 0x6) Shehzad continues to attack
    hammering Al-Amin inside out over
    extra cover for his second six. Pak
    65-1 in 8 overs. Razzaq strikes with his third delivery
    inducing a half-hearted paddle sweep
    from Kamran with Ziaur Rahman
    taking a brilliant catch. Pak 43-1 in 4.3
    overs. Kamran Akmal c Ziaur Rahman b Abdur Razzak 9 (12b 2x4 0x6) Kamran gets his second boundary
    with a slog sweep off Shakib. Pak 42-0
    in 4 overs. Spin introduced to stem the flow of
    runs as Shakib comes into the attack.
     
  4. Net KiNG

    Net KiNG VIP Member

    Shehzad is taking on Mortaza
    slamming three consecutive
    boundaries, two on the leg and a
    classic cover drive, before lofting him
    straight for the first six of the match.
    Pak 34-0 in 3 overs. Shehzad gets cracking hammering a
    couple of boundaries through square
    leg and midwicket. Pak 16-0 in 2
    overs. Kamran hits the first boundary of the
    match cracking Mortaza through point.
    Pak 5-0 in 1 over. Pakistan have won the toss and will
    bat first. Sohail Tanvir comes in for Bilawal
    Bhatti. For Bangladesh, Abdur Razzak comes
    in for Sohag Gazi. PLAYING XI Bangladesh: Tamim Iqbal, Anamul Haque, Shamsur Rahman, Shakib Al
    Hasan, Mushfiqur Rahim, Nasir
    Hossain, Mahmudullah, Ziaur Rahman,
    Mashrafe Mortaza, Abdur Razzak, Al-
    Amin Hossain Pakistan: Kamran Akmal, Ahmed Shehzad, Mohammad Hafeez, Umar
    Akmal, Shoaib Malik, Sohaib Maqsood,
    Shahid Afridi, Sohail Tanvir, Umar Gul,
    Zulfiqar Babar, Saeed Ajmal PREVIEW Pakistan will return to World
    Twenty20 action after a week’s break
    on Sunday charged up to make a
    move for the semi-finals by winning
    their two remaining games in the
    Super-10 round in Dhaka.
     
  5. Net KiNG

    Net KiNG VIP Member

    Mohammad Hafeez’s men, who lost
    their opening group two match to
    India by seven wickets on March 21,
    bounced back to beat Australia by 16
    runs last Sunday and remain in
    contention. Pakistan must defeat hosts
    Bangladesh on Sunday and the
    defending champions West Indies on
    Tuesday to join India in the semi-finals
    from the group. “The picture is clear,” Hafeez said on
    Saturday. “We have to win both games
    to make sure we are in the last four.
    There is no scope to make mistakes
    now and we are eager to get back to
    the field.” Hafeez said the team used the break to
    iron out shortcomings ahead of the
    crucial matches at the Sher-e-Bangla
    stadium. “We have trained and worked hard for
    the last six days,” he said. “The
    management and the coaches worked
    on our weaknesses. The build-up for
    the crucial stage has gone off very
    well.” Hafeez praised arch-rivals India, who
    won three consecutive games to
    ensure their place in the knock-out
    round even before their last league
    match against Australia on Sunday. “India have played very good cricket
    so far in the tournament,” the Pakistan
    skipper said.
    “It’s good they are through, so the
    rest of the teams know what it will
    take to advance. “Expectations should always remain
    high. Our target is not just the semi-
    finals, but also to win the tournament.
    I think we are destined to do well.” Pakistan, champions in 2009, have an
    impressive record in World Twenty20,
    making the semi-finals of all four
    editions so far.
     
  6. Net KiNG

    Net KiNG VIP Member

    Pakistan’s batting, which faltered
    against India to be restricted to 130-7,
    came back strongly against Australia
    where they piled up 191-5 following
    Umar Akmal’s scintillating 94 off 54
    balls. Hafeez said Akmal, who strained a
    hamstring during that innings, was fit
    to play on Sunday. “The break came as a blessing in
    disguise,” Hafeez said. “It gave time to
    the physios to work on him. He has
    been training for the last two days.” Hafeez knows the tougher game will
    be against the West Indies on
    Tuesday, but refused to take
    Bangladesh lightly even though the
    hosts have lost both matches so far. “No team is easy to beat in T20
    cricket,” he said. “You have to do the
    basics right every time. We respect
    Bangladesh and will do our best to
    win.”
     
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