Mohali: In the ICC World Twenty- 20, 2016, the battle named New Zealand Vs Pakistan at Mohali, the Pakistani cricketers loosing match against New Zealand, who win the battle and entered the Semi- final. Before the match began, it was pointed that the Pakistan was under pressure and with heavy expectations which were found on the team’s shoulders. It was seen the team had already experienced highs and lows in a matter of Two Matches in this Twenty- 20 game.
However, for New Zealand, there was seen it moved ahead beating ‘favourites’ India also later they defeated Australia and now Pakistan. It was seen that there were many who were believing that they would have a tough time, with their talismanic captain’s (Brendan McCullum) retirement, however, the lead is hold by Kane Williamson who has impressed every single fans of team, with his decision and team choices.
New Zealand which have won his match against Pakistani team, had already won both of their matches in the tournament, however, Pakistan has won a single match out of Two matches and now has lost this match against New Zealand.
Thus, now it is confirmed that now New Zealand is brought in the semi- final stage of the tournament. However, Pakistan which has lost match against India, was found beating Bangladesh in their opening fixture.
Now, this time the New Zealand won against Pakistan by Twenty- Two runs. The toss in the match was won by the New Zealand’s captain- Kane Williamson and he decided batting first and in the opening of the match, the captain Kane Williamson and Martin Guptill had started batting for New Zealand and the first over in the match was bowled by Mohammad Amir. It was seen in the eighth over of the match, the New Zealand’s captain’s wicket was successfully taken by Irfan, when New Zealand was 69/1. And after twenty overs New Zealand was at 180/5.
Later for Pakistan, Ahmed Shehzad and Sharjeel Khan came out to open and in bowling for New Zealand Mitchell Santner started with the first over. However, in sixth over the Pakistani player- Sharjeel Khan was declared out, when Pakistan was at 66/1.