Pakistan vs New Zealand 3rd T20 Highlights – Jan 28, 2018, Pak v NZ highlights today – Third twenty/20 international from Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui (New Zealand) Sunday 28th January 2018. Highest total of the Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui venue is 243/5 scored by the home team against West Indies on 3 January 2018. Today’s match will be the last match of the tour and it will be the series decider match because so far both teams got one victory each of them. In the last T20 Pakistani team batsmen showed their t20 format class and smashed all New Zealand bowlers all around the park and scored 201 runs with four down.
Pakistan win the toss and will bat.
Pakistan team/playing XI
Fakhar Zaman, Ahmed Shehzad, Babar Azam, Sarfraz Ahmed, Haris Sohail, Umer Amin, Shadab Khan, Aamir Yamin, Faheem Ashraf, Mohammad Amir, Rumman Raees.
New Zealand team/playing XI
Martin Guptill, Kane Williamson, Anaru Kitchen, Tom Bruce, Ross Taylor, Colin de Grandhomme, Tom Blundell, Mitchell Santner, Tim Southee, Ish Sodhi, Trent Boult.
Match Timings: 19.00 start, First Session 19.00-20.15, Interval 20.15-20.35, Second Session 20.35-21.55
Pakistan tour of New Zealand 3rd T20I (N) Highlights
In the second t20 Fakhar Zaman opener of the Pakistan team scored 50 runs off 28 deliveries with the assist of 5 4s and three 6s. When his wicket disregarded then it used to be 10.3 every other slower ball fetches a wicket! Short on leg stump, and Fakhar attempts to pull this in the back of square. But there’s no tempo at the back of that delivery for the pull shot. Plus, he’s via his shot too early. Top edged to first-class leg, who composes himself and completes the capture 96/2. Ahmed Shehzad scored 44 runs off 34 balls, Babar Azam smashed 50 runs off 29 balls now not out, Sarfraz Ahmed (c) † scored forty one runs off 24 balls. New Zealand all out with 153 runs in 18.3 Overs. Faheem Ashraf took three wickets, Mohammad Amir and Shadab Khan these two took two wickets every of them, Rumman Raees and Hasan Ali these two took two wickets.
Rain is no longer expected to be a factor in Mount Maunganui, a floor which takes a bit extra spin than the average New Zealand ground. That may also instantaneous both sides to go with two spinners, even though a batting pleasant deck is expected. Pakistan are likely to go with the equal eleven that produced their first-class overall performance of the tour at Eden Park. That can also suggest Sarfraz persists with batting at No. 4, given the success of the method in Auckland. Ross Taylor and Tom Blundell – who scored a hundred on Test debut towards the West Indies – have been called up for the last game. Colin Munro misses out with a moderate hamstring strain, while Glenn Phillips has been launched returned to his domestic side, Auckland, the place Mike Hesson desired the wicketkeeper to “evolve” his game. Tim Southee, who was once rested for the second game, returns.Umpires – Wayne Knights
TV Umpires – Chris Brown
Match Referee – Sir Richie Richardson
Reserve Umpire – Tony Gillies
Match number – T20I no. 641