New Zealand emerged victorious in a hard-fought battle against Iftikhar, securing a consolation win.

New Zealand achieved a consolation palm in the final ODI against Pakistan in Karachi, thanks to a collaborative fur trouble led by Will Young and Tom Latham, who both scored half- centuries. also, Henry Shipley and Rachin Ravindra each took three lattices to circumscribe Pakistan. Despite Iftikhar Ahmed’s gallant unbeaten 94, Pakistan fell suddenly in their chase of New Zealand’s 299, being sailed out for 252. This palm averted Pakistan from completing a clean reach of the series.

Pakistan’s Fakhar Zaman cautiously started the chase but witnessed Shan Masood, Babar Azam, and Mohammad Rizwan departing for single- number scores. Zaman himself fell for 33 off 64 balls, and Pakistan set up themselves floundering at66/4 in the 19th over. Agha Salman and Iftikhar Ahmed formed a cooperation of 97 runs for the fifth gate in an attempt to revive the innings.

Shipley, who had preliminarily dismissed Babar and Rizwan, returned to break the cooperation by dismissing Salman for 57. Iftikhar fought a lone battle as lattices kept falling regularly at the other end. He was on 47 off 45 deliveries when Salman got out and fleetly surpassed 90. still, he was left stranded when Haris Rauf was run out in the 47th over, securing New Zealand’s palm. This palm marked New Zealand’s first ODI palm in the series after losing four successive matches.

before, choosing to club first, New Zealand erected useful hookups to establish a solid foundation. Will Young played a vital part in the original three daises, smashing 8 fours and two sixes before being dismissed by Shadab Khan. Latham, who had a cooperation of 74 with Young, also backed Mark Chapman in a 56- run association, farther advancing New Zealand’s aggregate.

benefactions in the 20s from Cole McConchie and Rachin Ravindra followed the discharges of Chapman and Latham, and New Zealand sounded poised to reach a total exceeding 300. still, Shaheen Afridi’s three- gate haul averted them from achieving that corner, which eventually didn’t significantly impact the game’s outgrowth.

Final scores New Zealand 299 all out in49.3 overs( Will Young 87, Tom Latham 59; Shaheen Afridi 3- 46) defeated Pakistan 252 all out in46.1 overs( Iftikhar Ahmed 94 *, Agha Salman 57; Henry Shipley 3- 34) by 47 runs.