'Success is the best revenge': Team Pakistan wins hearts again by neutralising New Zealand
If you think that today is an international game involving Pakistan, it will be boring in the end-well, the Celtics proved you wrong again.
Babar Azam's men defeated New Zealand with five wickets in Sharjah on Tuesday and secured their second consecutive victory in the game,
highlighting their qualifications as early favorites in the 2020 World Cup.
After speed bowler Haris Rauf defeated New Zealand with four wickets, Pakistan tied the victory with 135 points and made a good start in their second championship.
Mohammad Rizwan scored the highest score with 33 points, while Shoaib Malik (26 points did not get out) and Asif Ali (27 points did not get out) led them home.
Cricket, politicians and countless Pakistani fans expressed their relief on Pakistan’s winning the game on social media.