- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRlbw b DeFreitas936471025.00c Fairbrother b DeFreitas069000.00b Smith3359896055.93c †Russell b Smith13446002.94b Gough2347401048.93b Smith066000.00b Cork1031450032.25run out2939573074.35b Cork28100025.00lbw b Illingworth1521251071.42not out1540020.00Extras13 (b 4, lb 4, nb 1, w 4)TOTAL136 all out (48.3 Overs, RR: 2.8)Fall of wickets: 1-3 (G Mylvaganam), 2-32 (Azhar Saeed), 3-48 (V Mehra), 4-49 (Mazhar Hussain), 5-49 (Arshad Laeeq), 6-80 (Mohammad Aslam), 7-88 (Saleem Raza), 8-100 (Sultan Zarawani), 9-135 (SF Dukanwala), 10-136 (JA Samarasekera)
- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRc Mylvaganam b Arshad Laeeq2352563044.23retired ill2731624087.09not out4466835066.66b Azhar Saeed2040521050.00not out1229241041.37Extras14 (b 4, lb 2, nb 6, w 2)TOTAL140/2 (35 Overs, RR: 4.0)Fall of wickets: 1-52 (AJ Stewart), 1-59* (NMK Smith, retired not out ), 2-109 (MA Atherton)
Player Of The Match
- JA Samarasekera and SF Dukanwala 35 for the 9th wicket, highest 9th wicket partnership in all ODIs at Peshawar. 2nd consecutive match where the best partnership for UAE was for the 9th wicket.
- NMK Smith retired ill at 59/1 (after vomiting on the field in the 13th over).
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