Pakistan A romp to eight-wicket win after Umaid Asif takes five

Pakistan A 66 for 2 (Iftikhar 26 *, Amin 20, Jamieson 1-12) won New Zealand A 65 (Seifert 26, Asif 5-20, Maqsood 2-7) by eight windows

Umaid Asif chose four windows in two passes PSL

Pace trio Waqas Maqsood, Shaheen Shah Afridi and Umaid Asif took nine windows between them to dodge New Zealand A 65, before the batters. he rejected the miserable goal with more than seven passes to spare, while Pakistan A managed an eight-win win in the first unofficial T20I in Dubai.

New Zealand lost three opening windows against the initial combination of Maqsood and Afridi, finding themselves in 11 by 3, with the latter in a hat-trick in a stage. Asif of the first change, then squeezed the rope, cutting five in quick time to finish as the bowlers' selection with 5 by 20, his best T20 figures. Only Captain Corey Anderson and goalkeeper Tim Seifert offered a minimum of resistance. But once they were separated by Asif, with a slower ball that Anderson dragged to his stumps, the tickets went back into the dive. Despite Seifert's 26, which included five fours, the visitors retired within 13 supervisors.

In response, Pakistan lost its starting pitchers ahead of time, Sahibzada Farhan ran out 1 and Umar Amir hit the window for 20 out of Kyle Jamieson. But there was no hiccup after that, since the third pair of Iftikhar Ahmed and Hussain Tallat sewed an association of 44 of 51 balls to see the hosts at home.


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