Published On: Sun, Mar 1st,

Pakistan Made 235 Runs, Zimbabwe Can Easily Chase? ICC World Cup

Pakistan once again in huge trouble, as showed bad performance in twenty-third match of world’s mega event while playing against Zimbabwe.

Whole batting line of Pakistani spotted in bad form and fall of wickets appeared swiftly and after observing the whole condition, it seems that Zimbabwe will win easily win this match.

The twenty-third match is being played at Brisbane Cricket Ground, Woolloongabba, Brisbane, in which Pakistan has showed so poor batting while facing Zimbabwe bowling side and now rivals ready to join the wicket to chase the minor target of 236 runs at the loss of 7 wickets in 50 overs.

Pakistani openers Ahmed Shehzad, talented Nasir Jamshed once again disappointed their nation and fans with their bad and lost wickets without scoring. After them, Haris Sohail and captain Misbah-ul-Haq appeared bit responsible and tried to create good partnership but not huge, Misbah scored 73 on 121 balls and Sohail faced 44 balls while collecting 27 runs.

Umar Akmal also emerged sincere to enhance the score but only achieved 33 runs facing 42 balls, Sohaib Maqsood stayed at wicket for some minutes but in bad form and went back to pavilion after scoring 21.

When batsman couldn’t stay at wicket and never performed well so bowler Wahab Riaz came out with great anger and hit hard rivals to achieve more and more runs, remained successful. Riaz entertained well the audience and Pakistani people who had disappointed.

Riaz made 54 (6/4s and1/6s ) on 46 balls and remained not out, it means batsman have lost their abilities to create good target so in poor condition bowlers had to work for team.

Tendai Chatara, Sean Williams both emerged technical bowlers and disturbed batsmen with their best, Chatara attained 3 wickets and Williams 2 with awesome economy rate.

Pakistan has began his bowling and in the beginning Mohammad Irfan remained successful to take a wicket of Chamu Chibhabha, now Sikandar Raza, Hamilton Masakadza playing confidentially at wicket to attain more runs for win.