After retirement, Lockie Ferguson injured the Imam-ul-Haq with an ejector who hit the helmet, but Pakistan could not avoid control at their 210 chase at any time. Headed by Fakhar Zaman, who returned to the run-a-ball 88 formation, Pakistan Pakistan reconsidered a total of 209 in 40.3 victories to match the series with the 6-wicket victory in Abu Dhabi on Friday.
With the exception of late hiccups, Pakistan had a small problem in persecution. Trent Boult and Tim Southee started with a long bit early. Even when they did not do many bad, the opener Zaman and Imam were not concerned. In contrast, they ran to the 54th opening booth before the Ferguson bouncer was badly knocked.
Zaman slowed a bit, but he did not allow New Zealand to get to the top. Together with Babar Azam, he added 101 runs before the visitors started tensing the persecution that had slipped out of their hands.
Pacer's approach was one-dimensional but effective. He used his ejectors and made Pakistani bats to release their shots. At the twenty-fifth time, both sets of batsmen escaped to deal with his challenge and shifted it to the outgoing. But even the double shot was not a threat.
Malik also played a great shot but in a bizarre way when his sharp move hit Henry Nicholls, who was placed on the front short leg and licked Ish Sodhi from his shoulder. Pakistan has slowed down significantly towards the goal, but before the formalities were completed, the crowd was eliminated in front of the stadium, he did nothing.
The win was Shaheen Afridi, whose four goals limited the visitors to 209 for 9 on a slow goal after they decided for the bat. The left arm, which shows the reason why it is so much rated, provides a precision, variation, and speed to show disciplined bowling to hit four wounds and result in a major exhaustion.
New Zealand bats lacked direction. By blocking Ross Taylor, who became strong again, the other bats tried to calm down on a slower goal. Taylor set off on a fourth-round fight with Colin Munro and Kane Williamson, who dropped off early on – for 25 for 2, docked the New Zealand Shift with a 120-ball 86. Against a lively cross-country event, visitors tried to hurry for singles and twice while disciplined bowling performance did not allow too much borders – 9 borders and 3 six. Soon before the right consolidation could take place, George Worker and Tom Latham set out to shrink to 73 to 4.
Taylor revived the New Zealand shifts with a standing 75th Alliance for Fifth Victory at Henry Nicholls. But he did all the good work while trying impatiently to get Hasan Ali in his second spell to pull and lose his stumps. Colin de Grandhomme followed his footsteps in a similar way to keep Shadab Khan long.
Taylor, who stayed only with his tail to spit out the last 10, secured that all the balls were revealed. Southee, Sodhi, and Ferguson have added some crucial parts, but Taylor did not get as many balls as he liked. However, New Zealand has released 50 overs and reached 209/9 – which turned out to be too few for guests at the end.
Brief results: New Zealand 209/9 in 50 hurdles (Ross Taylor 86 *, Henry Nicholls 33, Shaheen Afridi 4-38, Hasan Ali 2-59) lost to Pakistan 212/4 in 40.3 overs (Fakhar Zaman 88, Babar Azam 46; Ferguson 3-60, Ish Sodhi 1-21) by 6 goals