NZ U19 Fall Short Despite Leopard's 61-Ball Hundred

Christian Leopard's solitary show of a 61-ball hundred went futile as New Zealand Under-19s lost to Pakistan Under-19s by 31 keeps running in Dubai. New Zealand were 206 for 7 in their pursuit of 280 preceding Leopard succumbed to 116 and they in the long run came up short on batsmen, to be knocked down some pins out for 248. Pakistan, with their second in a row win, hopped from the base of the table to complete on top as every one of the three groups - including Australia consume 2’s wins all from 4 matches and Pakistan bordered fast on net run rate.

New Zealand's pursuit was shaken ahead of schedule by leg spinner Hasan Mohsin who struck thrice in his initial two overs to lessen the score to 11 for 3. No. 3 Finn Allen slowed down a center request breakdown with Josh Clarkson and Aniket Parikh however a twofold blow from Saif Ali scratched them further to 67 for 5 in the fourteenth over. It was a performance Leopard pursue from that point. He began with three sixes inside of seven balls to start with and raised his fifty off 27 balls by crushing Arsal Sheikh aimed at 2’s sixes and 2 fours in the 22nd over.

He brought the required run rate down from more than six for every over to under 4.50 for each over when he got out in 34th over in the wake of clobbering 12 fours and seven sixes, and number ten Felix Murray gave a late flow by 3 fours and 1 six conversely Shadab Khan completed things off in the 46th over. Mohsin completed with 3 for 25.

Prior, Pakistan were requested that bat and were driven until the 26th over by chief and opener Gauhar Hafeez's 58. Two wickets from Murray brought them down to 110 for 4 preceding Shadab Khan (Forty-eight) and Saif Badar (Ninety nine*) removed them to Two hundred and Badar's 73-ball thump with five fours and six sixes charged them to 279 for 9 with stand out all the more twofold digit scores from the last five batsmen. Pakistan scored 58 keeps running in the last five overs.

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