Pakistan vs New Zealand 3rd ODI Highlights – May 03, 2023

Pakistan vs New Zealand

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Match Details:

Match:PAK vs NZ – 3rd ODI
Date:May 03, Wed, 2023
Time:10:30 AM (GMT)
Venue:National Stadium, Karachi
Toss:New Zealand, Bowl 1st

Pitch Report: In the 67 ODIs played at the National Stadium in Karachi, teams batting second have won on 34 occasions while teams batting first won on 30 occasions. The average first innings score at the venue is 234 while the highest total recorded at the venue is 374/4 by India. The captain winning the toss is likely to field first and will look to chase down whatever target they get, as has been the tradition so far in the series.

Tom Latham: Probably slowed up a little bit. But a couple of partnerships and things would have been different. I thought the way we were able to adapt, the bowlers did a good job and we were reasonably happy at the halfway mark. We had a good start with the bat) but we were not able to continue that momentum after losing a couple of wickets. We didn’t get that partnership after the opening wicket and you need that while chasing. Blundell has been an incredible player and McConchie too had a good debut, bowled well in the middle overs and struck some big blows towards the end.

Babar Azam: Whenever you win a series you feel good. The way we started, it was a slow wicket and we were able to build a partnership, we were thinking 260 but Shadab’s cameo took us past 280. The way Shadab and Nawaz bowled, they bowled according to the plan and Agha stepped in after Nawaz’s injury. We are trying to chase 350s in ODIs and also defend scores under 300. Yes, we have won the series but we can’t afford to relax. We have checked our bench strength in this series and we will keep doing that in the remaining two games as well.


Pakistan: Fakhar Zaman, Imam-ul-Haq, Babar Azam(c), Abdullah Shafique, Mohammad Rizwan(w), Shadab Khan, Agha Salman, Mohammad Nawaz, Shaheen Afridi, Mohammad Wasim Jr, Naseem Shah

New Zealand: Will Young, Tom Blundell(w), Daryl Mitchell, Tom Latham(c), Mark Chapman, Henry Nicholls, Cole McConchie, Adam Milne, Henry Shipley, Ish Sodhi, Matt Henry


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