ICC World Cup, 1999 / Commentary

ICC World Cup - 24th match, Group B

New Zealand v Pakistan

Pakistan won by 62 runs

45.3

Cairns to Azhar Mahmood, no run

45.4

Cairns to Azhar Mahmood, no run

45.5

Cairns to Azhar Mahmood, no run

45.6

Cairns to Azhar Mahmood, 1 run

Pakistan 227/7   Azhar Mahmood 1* (4b)

46.1

Allott to Azhar Mahmood, FOUR, down the leg side, woeful ball, easily glanced down to the boundary

46.2

Allott to Azhar Mahmood, no run

46.3

Allott to Azhar Mahmood, 1 run, trying the cover drive, another thick edge down to the 3rd man

Pakistan 232/7   Azhar Mahmood 6* (7b 1x4)

47.6

Cairns to Azhar Mahmood, 1 run, flicking it down thru the mid on

Pakistan 245/7   Azhar Mahmood 7* (8b 1x4)

48.1

Allott to Azhar Mahmood, 1 run, lofting up and down to the long on

48.4

Allott to Azhar Mahmood, 2 runs, attempted yorker perhaps, but it's a full toss, slashed thru the covers off the middle stump

48.5

Allott to Azhar Mahmood, FOUR, another full toss, smacked back over the bowler's head, magnificent straigth drive

48.6

Allott to Azhar Mahmood, OUT, swung away straight to the mid wicket, easy catch for Twose

Azhar Mahmood c Twose b Allott 14 (14m 12b 2x4 0x6) SR: 116.66

Pakistan 255/8   Azhar Mahmood 14 (11b 2x4)
Tournament Results
Australia v Pakistan at Lord's - Jun 20, 1999
Australia won by 8 wickets (with 179 balls remaining)
Australia v South Africa at Birmingham - Jun 17, 1999
Match tied
New Zealand v Pakistan at Manchester - Jun 16, 1999
Pakistan won by 9 wickets (with 15 balls remaining)
Australia v South Africa at Leeds - Jun 13, 1999
Australia won by 5 wickets (with 2 balls remaining)
India v New Zealand at Nottingham - Jun 12, 1999
New Zealand won by 5 wickets (with 10 balls remaining)
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Photos

1999

28 May 1999: Saleem Malik of Pakistan is bowled in the World Cup Group B game against New Zealand at Derby in England. Pakistan won by 62 runs.

Saleem Malik bowled, New Zealand v Pakistan, World Cup 1999

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