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T20 World Cup Pak Bowler First Troubled India

The Pakistan cricket team, which won the T20 World Cup in 2009, continues to perform well in the UAE. The team is playing in UAE and Oman. A five-wicket win against Afghanistan in T20 World Cup. Which is his third consecutive win in the tournament. With this win, the team is almost certain to reach the semi-finals. Pak fast bowler Haris Rauf bowled one such ball during Afghanistan’s innings in this match. who has set a record?

Haris Rauf’s Great Record

Rauf has equaled South African fast bowler Anrich Nortje in this matter. Nortje has also bowled the same speed before him. Afghanistan lost four of its key players for 49 runs in the powerplay, thanks to the brilliant bowling of Rauf and other Pakistan bowlers.

Babar Azam’s brilliant Captaincy in T20 World Cup

Chasing the target in the third match, Pakistan’s start was not good and Mohammad Rizwan dismissed after scoring just 8 runs. This was followed by a 63-run partnership between captain Babar Azam and Fakhar Zaman for the second wicket. Thanks to these two, Pakistan’s score was 72 for one in 10 overs and they had to make 76 runs in the next 60 balls. Captain Babar played the highest innings of 51 runs for the team.

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Dubai International Cricket Stadium Will Play

New Zealand will play for the first time during this tournament at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium. Whereas India defeated in the first match on this ground. Both the teams have played only one match each in the Super 12 round so far, and both have lost the match. With this match, the account of either of the two teams will open. Saudi said, “We know that the situation here is different from New Zealand. In such a situation, adapting to the situation is the mantra of success and we have to make early adjustments on these grounds. The fast bowlers are getting help on these pitches.

Haris Rauf bowled the ball at a speed of 153 kmph.

Pak fast bowler Haris Rauf bowled one such ball during Afghanistan’s innings in this match. who has set a record? He bowled 153 kmph in the fifth over of Afghanistan’s innings, which is the joint-fastest delivery of the tournament.

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