Player of the Match
Player of the Match
  • BATSMEN
    R
    M
    B
    4s
    6s
    SR
    c Salman Butt b Naved-ul-Hasan
    74
    67
    40
    12
    2
    185.00
    run out (Yousuf Youhana)
    2
    17
    8
    0
    0
    25.00
    c Shoaib Malik b Mohammad Hafeez
    148
    155
    123
    15
    4
    120.32
    b Mohammad Sami
    9
    24
    22
    1
    0
    40.90
    c Shahid Afridi b Naved-ul-Hasan
    52
    83
    59
    3
    0
    88.13
    lbw b Arshad Khan
    15
    21
    10
    2
    0
    150.00
    lbw b Naved-ul-Hasan
    0
    2
    1
    0
    0
    0.00
    b Arshad Khan
    11
    20
    16
    1
    0
    68.75
    not out
    17
    19
    13
    0
    1
    130.76
    c Abdul Razzaq b Mohammad Hafeez
    17
    11
    9
    0
    2
    188.88
    Extras
    11 (lb 2, nb 1, w 8)
    TOTAL
    356/9 (50 Overs, RR: 7.12)
    Did not bat: A Nehra
    Fall of wickets: 1-26 (SR Tendulkar, 3.2 ov), 2-122 (V Sehwag, 13.4 ov), 3-140 (SC Ganguly, 19.2 ov), 4-289 (MS Dhoni, 41.2 ov), 5-300 (R Dravid, 42.1 ov), 6-301 (M Kaif, 42.4 ov), 7-318 (Yuvraj Singh, 45.5 ov), 8-325 (Harbhajan Singh, 47.2 ov), 9-356 (Z Khan, 49.6 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEcon0s4s6sWDNB
    Mohammad Sami906517.22277230
    Naved-ul-Hasan1005435.40356111
    Abdul Razzaq1005505.50296000
    Shahid Afridi908209.11209320
    Arshad Khan504328.60102210
    Mohammad Hafeez705527.85104100

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