ICC World Twenty20, 18th Match, Group F: New Zealand v Pakistan at The Oval, Jun 13, 2009
ICC World Twenty20 - 18th match, Group F
Pakistan won by 6 wickets (with 41 balls remaining)
Played at Kennington Oval, London (neutral venue)
13 June 2009 - day/night match (20-over match)

Abdul Razzaq to Redmond, 1 run, Almost a dream comeback for Razzaq. Shout for lbw but there was a tiny inside edge. It was full and tilted in towards off and middle, Redmond went for the big shot past mid-on, missed and nicked it to his pad


Abdul Razzaq to BB McCullum, 1 run, full and moving in again, pushed to mid-on for a single. Very leisurely run and Wasim Akram is not happy with the fielding already. "Wake up guys," he says.


Abdul Razzaq to Redmond, 1 run, leans forward to push to cover point for a single


Abdul Razzaq to BB McCullum, OUT, Razzaq takes out McCullum. This is his first over after coming back from ICL. A little big moment for him. McCullum walked down the pitch and square drove it hard but straight to point

BB McCullum c Fawad Alam b Abdul Razzaq 12 (8m 6b 2x4 0x6) SR: 200.00


Abdul Razzaq to Guptill, no run, short in length, straightening outside off, pushed to cover point


Abdul Razzaq to Guptill, no run, in the channel outside off stump, left alone

New Zealand 17/1   Abdul Razzaq 1-0-3-1

Abdul Razzaq to Guptill, FOUR, moves forward to swing a length delivery from the middle stump through wide mid-on region.


Abdul Razzaq to Guptill, no run, 127.3 kmph delivery, straightening around the off and middle line, defended to the off side


Abdul Razzaq to Guptill, 1 run, pushes it towards mid-on for a single


Abdul Razzaq to Redmond, no run, moves outside leg stump, Razzaq follows him and cramps him for room, nudged back down the pitch


Abdul Razzaq to Redmond, FOUR, full and straight, hel lifts it superbly over mid-off for a fine boundary. He struck that very cleanly. Nice smooth swing of the bat.


Abdul Razzaq to Redmond, 1 run, steers it to third man to retain the strike

New Zealand 33/1   Abdul Razzaq 2-0-13-1

Abdul Razzaq to Styris, no run, lands on the length around middle, around 128 kmph, defended to the on side


Abdul Razzaq to Styris, 1 leg bye, 129.7 kmph full in length, moving in towards leg and middle, skids on, Styris tries to flick, misses and is hit on the pad


Abdul Razzaq to Guptill, OUT, Razzaq claims his second victim. What a day for him. It was a typical Razzaq delivery. Tilting in to the right-handed batsman. It was full and it moved in, Guptill missed the attempted flick, and was struck in front of the leg stump. Hawk eye says it would have clipped the leg stump

MJ Guptill lbw b Abdul Razzaq 8 (14m 8b 1x4 0x6) SR: 100.00


Abdul Razzaq to Oram, no run, 128.7 kmph delivery angling away from Oram and rushes past the outside edge


Abdul Razzaq to Oram, no run, beaten again. It curved away from Oram who flirted with it


Abdul Razzaq to Oram, no run, length delivery on the middle stump, pushed to the off side. A very fine over from Razzaq.

New Zealand 37/3   Abdul Razzaq 3-1-13-2

Abdul Razzaq to Vettori, FOUR, slower one but Vettori picks it early, goes down on his knee and swipes it to wide long-on boundary


Abdul Razzaq to Vettori, no run, Vettori goes for the action replay of the previous hit but can't get wood on leather this time


Abdul Razzaq to Vettori, OUT, Pakistan have shot out New Zealand for 99. It was dragged to midwicket where Younis makes a sliding stop and fires it to Razzaq who takes the bails off.

DL Vettori run out 8 (11m 9b 1x4 0x6) SR: 88.88

New Zealand 99/10   Abdul Razzaq 3.3-1-17-2





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