ICC World Twenty20 - 18th match, Group F

New Zealand v Pakistan

Pakistan won by 6 wickets (with 41 balls remaining)

Toss: Dan Vettori, who is fit to play, has chosen to bat. "The shoulder is ok. This is pretty important game and we just want to get as close to bat team as possible. 180 should be a good total."

Younis: "This is the game. Do or die. We have to get off to a good start and restrict them to 140 or 150. Razzak is back." No Butt. Shahzaib is his replacement.

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At Lord's George Binoy found out it's always India v Pakistan, even when the two teams are not playing each other.

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"Ladies and Gentleman, please be up standing for the national Anthems," says the announcer through the PA system.

Azweer: "Razzaq is back.... First good news from Pakistan point of view.." Yep. Nice to see him back in international cricket. Let's see how he goes today. Also, Dan Vettori is back for NZ.

Abhilash Abraham: "Why can't they have Afridi bat at No:1 ? Any runs scored by him will be a bonus and if he clicks , he can take the game away from the opposition.I wish Younis thinks on this line."

0.1

Mohammad Amir to BB McCullum, FOUR, McCullum starts in style. Aamer dropped it slightly short of length and a touch outside off stump, McCullum lashes it away past point

0.2

Mohammad Amir to BB McCullum, 2 runs, slightly closer to the off stump, hops back to steer it past backward point

0.3

Mohammad Amir to BB McCullum, 1 run, back of length and on the middle and leg , tucked to Razzak at long leg.

0.4

Mohammad Amir to Redmond, 2 runs, tapped to the on side and they rush across for a single. Fawad Alam fires in a slightly wide throw and Umar Gul didn't back up cleanly. Overthrows. Oh well.

0.5

Mohammad Amir to Redmond, 1 run, dabbed down to third man for a single

0.6

Mohammad Amir to BB McCullum, FOUR, again banged in short of length and McCullum rocks back to pull it powerfully to deep backward square leg boundary.

End of over 1 (14 runs) New Zealand 14/0 (RR: 14.00)
BB McCullum    11* (4b 2x4)      Mohammad Amir    1-0-14-0
AJ Redmond    3* (2b)     

1.1

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

1.2

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.

1.3

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

1.4

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

1.5

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

1.6

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

End of over 2 (3 runs) New Zealand 17/1 (RR: 8.50)
MJ Guptill    0* (2b)      Abdul Razzaq    1-0-3-1
AJ Redmond    5* (4b)      Mohammad Amir    1-0-14-0

2.1

Mohammad Amir to Redmond, no run, 141. kph length delivery moving away from the off stump and Akmal gathers

2.2

Mohammad Amir to Redmond, no run, Slower, around 126 kph, moving outside off stump, tries to run it down to third man and is beaten.

2.3

Mohammad Amir to Redmond, no run, 129.9 kph, cutting away from Redmond who doesn't connect again with the intended dab to third man. Another off cutter from Aamer.

2.4

Mohammad Amir to Redmond, FOUR, Tired of trying the cute shot and missing, Redmond backed away to the leg side and slashed the back-of-length delivery outside off over backward point

2.5

Mohammad Amir to Redmond, 1 run, another slow off cutter, moving in from outside leg, nudged to the on side

2.6

Mohammad Amir to Guptill, 1 run, walks towards middle and off and pushes to wide mid-on for a single

End of over 3 (6 runs) New Zealand 23/1 (RR: 7.66)
MJ Guptill    1* (3b)      Mohammad Amir    2-0-20-0
AJ Redmond    10* (9b 1x4)      Abdul Razzaq    1-0-3-1

3.1

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

3.2

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

3.3

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

3.4

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

3.5

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.

3.6

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

End of over 4 (10 runs) New Zealand 33/1 (RR: 8.25)
AJ Redmond    15* (12b 2x4)      Abdul Razzaq    2-0-13-1
MJ Guptill    6* (6b 1x4)      Mohammad Amir    2-0-20-0

4.1

Mohammad Amir to Redmond, no run, Redmond moves down the leg side, Aamer follows him with a length delivery, Redmond tried to carve it over the off-side field but couldn't connect

4.2

Mohammad Amir to Redmond, OUT, What a soft dismissal. Aamer serves a full toss on the middle, Redmond tries to heave it over mid-on but mistimes it completely and sends a dolly of a catch to mid-on

AJ Redmond c Umar Gul b Mohammad Amir 15 (18m 14b 2x4 0x6) SR: 107.14

Abdul-Basit Diwan: "Why Pakistan doesn't open bowling with its best bowler? Umar Gul is their best bolwer but they are keeping him as first change. I can't uderstand this myth. If your best bowler opens the bowling, you can get early wickets, stop flow of runs, AND MOST Importantly! your moral is high. Opening with out of form / inexperienced bowler will leak more runs, dent the confidence of the bowler a well as team and it gives huge advantage to opposition team."

4.3

Mohammad Amir to Styris, no run, moving through the off stump channel and Akmal gathers.

A first slip moves in.

4.4

Mohammad Amir to Styris, no run, shuffles across to get behind the line of a length delivery around middle and off and pushes it to the off side of the pitch

4.5

Mohammad Amir to Styris, 1 run, 128.7 kmph short delivery, Styris pulls it down to deep backward square leg

4.6

Mohammad Amir to Guptill, 2 runs, 125.2 kmph, off cutter, moving in towards middle, punched through wide mid-on for couple of runs

End of over 5 (3 runs) New Zealand 36/2 (RR: 7.20)
MJ Guptill    8* (7b 1x4)      Mohammad Amir    3-0-23-1
SB Styris    1* (3b)      Abdul Razzaq    2-0-13-1

5.1

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

5.2

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

5.3

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

5.4

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

5.5

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

5.6

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

End of over 6 (1 run, wicket maiden) New Zealand 37/3 (RR: 6.16)
JDP Oram    0* (3b)      Abdul Razzaq    3-1-13-2
SB Styris    1* (5b)      Mohammad Amir    3-0-23-1

6.1

Saeed Ajmal to Styris, 1 run, floated around the off stump, paddled away for a single

6.2

Saeed Ajmal to Oram, 1 run, flat trajectory, on the middle, full, swept away for a single

6.3

Saeed Ajmal to Styris, no run, nice variation. He slowed up the pace, gave it bit more air and Styris ended up pushing it slightly early and the ball was briefly in the air but falls safely well to the left of the bowler

6.4

Saeed Ajmal to Styris, no run, leans forward to turn to midwicket

6.5

Saeed Ajmal to Styris, 1 run, off break on the middle stump line, worked to right of midwicket where Afridi rushes across and slides to stop it with his feet but misses

6.6

Saeed Ajmal to Oram, 1 run, leans forward to tap it close on the leg side and they rush across. Ajmal swoops on the ball, turns to fire in a throw at the non-striker's end but misses

End of over 7 (4 runs) New Zealand 41/3 (RR: 5.85)
JDP Oram    2* (5b)      Saeed Ajmal    1-0-4-0
SB Styris    3* (9b)      Abdul Razzaq    3-1-13-2

7.1

Shahid Afridi to Oram, no run, legbreak on the middle, worked to midwicket

Hammad hassan: "I don't agree with Basit's comments about Umer Gull opening bowling. He should recognise the fact Gul is more effect in late overs with effective his fuller length. His track record is also suggests he is more effective in late overs. Not only he took wickets, but also saved many runs in last T20 world cup by bowling in late overs. He is also doing well in this WC in late overs."

7.2

Shahid Afridi to Oram, 1 leg bye, sliding down, tries to lap it around the corner, misses but will pick up a leg bye

7.3

Shahid Afridi to Styris, no run, doesn''t time the paddle sweep well and the ball rolls towards leg slip region. Styris wants a single, unaware of how far the ball had gone, the slip rushes to the on side and threw to Akmal who broke the stumps but Styris had dived home by then. It needed a direct hit.

7.4

Shahid Afridi to Styris, no run, tries to cover drive the leg break but is beaten

7.5

Shahid Afridi to Styris, 1 run, flicks from outside off to backward square leg region

7.6

Shahid Afridi to Oram, no run, pushes it outside off, skids away , Oram tries the cut shot but doesn't connect

End of over 8 (2 runs) New Zealand 43/3 (RR: 5.37)
JDP Oram    2* (8b)      Shahid Afridi    1-0-1-0
SB Styris    4* (12b)      Saeed Ajmal    1-0-4-0

8.1

Saeed Ajmal to Styris, SIX, Styris goes for the big shot down the ground. He charged down the track and lifted the doosra over the head of Gul at long-on

8.2

Saeed Ajmal to Styris, 1 run, drives down the ground to Gul for a single

8.3

Saeed Ajmal to Oram, 2 runs, slower, on the middle stump line and Oram goes down on his knee to paddle sweep it to fine-leg

8.4

Saeed Ajmal to Oram, 1 run, stretches forward to drive to long-off for a single

8.5

Saeed Ajmal to Styris, no run, on the off stump line, stops a bit on Styris who jabs it to the on side. The pitch is getting slower

8.6

Saeed Ajmal to Styris, 1 run, the doosra on the off stump line, Styris only picks it off the pitch, and the ball runs off the outer edge to short third man

End of over 9 (11 runs) New Zealand 54/3 (RR: 6.00)
SB Styris    12* (16b 1x6)      Saeed Ajmal    2-0-15-0
JDP Oram    5* (10b)      Shahid Afridi    1-0-1-0

9.1

Shahid Afridi to Styris, no run, leans forward to edge a cover drive to his pad

9.2

Shahid Afridi to Styris, 1 run, worked through midwicket for a single

9.3

Shahid Afridi to Oram, OUT, Afridi sends Oram back to the hutch. Oram charged down the track for the big hit but only succeeded in skying it straight up. Misbah ran back from extra cover to take a neat catch. New Zealand are wobbling here. 55 for 4.

JDP Oram c Misbah-ul-Haq b Shahid Afridi 5 (12m 11b 0x4 0x6) SR: 45.45

9.4

Shahid Afridi to Styris, no run, huge shout for lbw. The skidder on the middle and leg. Styris lunged across, pushed his bat outside the line and ball tilted in to hit the pad. The umpire must have felt it would have missed leg stump

9.5

Shahid Afridi to Styris, no run, oh superb delivery. This one drifted in before turning away and Styris is beaten; he was shaping to work it to the on side but was surprised by the turn

9.6

Shahid Afridi to Styris, 1 run, leans across to dab this through cover point

End of over 10 (2 runs) New Zealand 56/4 (RR: 5.60)
SB Styris    14* (21b 1x6)      Shahid Afridi    2-0-3-1
PD McGlashan    0* (0b)      Saeed Ajmal    2-0-15-0

10.1

Shoaib Malik to Styris, 1 run, short in length, flat trajectory, on the middle, flicked past square leg

10.2

Shoaib Malik to McGlashan, 1 run, quickish, on the middle, tapped towards midwicket and they scamper across for a quick single

10.3

Shoaib Malik to Styris, 1 run, pushed through quickly again, outside off, dabbed to cover

10.4

Shoaib Malik to McGlashan, no run, goes for the reverse sweep but misses it completely and the ball turns in to hit his helmet

10.5

Shoaib Malik to McGlashan, FOUR, quicker, ends up as a full toss around off stump, curving away, driven well through wide mid-off region

10.6

Shoaib Malik to McGlashan, 1 run, turned past square leg for a single

End of over 11 (8 runs) New Zealand 64/4 (RR: 5.81)
PD McGlashan    6* (4b 1x4)      Shoaib Malik    1-0-8-0
SB Styris    16* (23b 1x6)      Shahid Afridi    2-0-3-1

11.1

Shahid Afridi to McGlashan, 1 run, almost cleaned him up with the yorker. Delivered like a seamer, it swung in late, past the hurried jab but some how, missed the stumps. I remember him taking out Steve Waugh in Australia once with a similar delivery.

11.2

Shahid Afridi to Styris, 1 run, slightly short in length, cut away to backward point

11.3

Shahid Afridi to McGlashan, no run

11.4

Shahid Afridi to McGlashan, 1 run, slower, outside off stump, reverse swept towards short third man and Gul rushes across and dives full stretch to make a very fine stop.

11.5

Shahid Afridi to Styris, 2 runs, moves outside leg stump and lifts it to Fawad at deep cover

11.6

Shahid Afridi to Styris, 3 runs, flighted legbreak and Styris lofts it high and to the right of long-on. The fielder rushes back and to his right to prevent the boundary

End of over 12 (8 runs) New Zealand 72/4 (RR: 6.00)
SB Styris    22* (26b 1x6)      Shahid Afridi    3-0-11-1
PD McGlashan    8* (7b 1x4)      Shoaib Malik    1-0-8-0

12.1

Umar Gul to Styris, no run, Gul starts with a delivery well outside off stump, very close to being called a wide, Styris has a big swing and a miss

12.2

Umar Gul to Styris, no run, straighter, fuller, Styris went for the swipe to the on side but edged it along the ground to Akmal

12.3

Umar Gul to Styris, 1 wide, high bouncer well outside off stump. Wide.

12.3

Umar Gul to Styris, OUT, What a fabulous catch from Afridi running backwards towards long-on. Styris had found more elevation than distance and it looked to be landing safely. But Afridi had other ideas. He ran full pelt from mid-on and lunged in the end, four or five metres from the boundary, to take a very good catch. It's the dangerous Pakistan that has turned out today. And the tournament is so much better for it.

SB Styris c Shahid Afridi b Umar Gul 22 (33m 29b 0x4 1x6) SR: 75.86

12.4

Umar Gul to McGlashan, OUT, And Gul gets another wicket with a yorker. McGlashan took couple of steps down the track and tried to sweep it. Not a good idea. The yorker crashed into his pad and he was caught in front of the stumps.

PD McGlashan lbw b Umar Gul 8 (14m 8b 1x4 0x6) SR: 100.00

12.5

Umar Gul to Franklin, 1 leg bye, goes for another full delivery but this one swings away late and though it hit the pad, it was missing the leg stump.

12.6

Umar Gul to NL McCullum, no run, in the zone outside off, moving away fractionally and the batsman pushes inside the line. What a start from Umar Gul.

End of over 13 (2 runs) New Zealand 74/6 (RR: 5.69)
NL McCullum    0* (1b)      Umar Gul    1-0-1-2
JEC Franklin    0* (1b)      Shahid Afridi    3-0-11-1

13.1

Shahid Afridi to Franklin, 1 run, slow through the air, full on the middle, turned to deep midwicket

13.2

Shahid Afridi to NL McCullum, FOUR, quicker, skidding on to the middle and leg, flicked along the ground and straight to Shahzaib at short fine-leg who makes a complete mess of it. It went right through him.

13.3

Shahid Afridi to NL McCullum, no run

13.4

Shahid Afridi to NL McCullum, 1 wide, pushed well outside off stump

13.4

Shahid Afridi to NL McCullum, no run, the skidder, coming in with the arm, lands on the middle and leg, the batsman plays for the non-existent leg stump. Lbw shout. The umpire reckoned it might have missed leg stump

13.5

Shahid Afridi to NL McCullum, no run, outside off stump, nudged to the off side

13.6

Shahid Afridi to NL McCullum, no run, leans forward to push it to the on side. Another tight over from Afridi.

End of over 14 (6 runs) New Zealand 80/6 (RR: 5.71)
NL McCullum    4* (6b 1x4)      Shahid Afridi    4-0-17-1
JEC Franklin    1* (2b)      Umar Gul    1-0-1-2

14.1

Saeed Ajmal to Franklin, 1 run, top edges the sweep right on to his helmet grill and the ball bounds away to square leg

14.2

Saeed Ajmal to NL McCullum, 1 run, turns in from outside off, dabbed to backward point

14.3

Saeed Ajmal to Franklin, 1 run, from round the stumps, steered towards backward point for another single. Afridi fired in a throw at the striker's end but missed

14.4

Saeed Ajmal to NL McCullum, no run, slows up the pace, tries the reverse sweep, misses and is struck on the body

14.5

Saeed Ajmal to NL McCullum, 1 run, doosra on the off stump, dabbed to short third man

14.6

Saeed Ajmal to Franklin, no run, goes for the sweep, edges it to short fine-leg

End of over 15 (4 runs) New Zealand 84/6 (RR: 5.60)
JEC Franklin    3* (5b)      Saeed Ajmal    3-0-19-0
NL McCullum    6* (9b 1x4)      Shahid Afridi    4-0-17-1

Qureshi: "This is more like the Pakistani side that showed up in the last 20/20 WC. Win or lose, at least give it your all. Now only if they had a specialist 20/20 opener... oh wait they do... Imran Nazir... but not part of the team."

15.1

Umar Gul to NL McCullum, 1 run, bounces on the middle and off line, stabbed to the off side

15.2

Umar Gul to Franklin, 2 runs, banged in short of length outside off, upper cut wide of third man and Aamer makes a sliding tumbling stop. Akmal applauds.

15.3

Umar Gul to Franklin, 1 leg bye, another fine yorker, on the leg stump line, and the ball rolls off the pad to the on side

15.4

Umar Gul to NL McCullum, OUT, The leg stump has gone for a walk. It was full, it was straight and went past the attempted big hit. Clatter! Pakistan are all over the Kiwis at this point.

NL McCullum b Umar Gul 7 (9m 11b 1x4 0x6) SR: 63.63

15.5

Umar Gul to Vettori, no run, full in length, moving through the off-side channel, tries to run it down to third man and is beaten

15.6

Umar Gul to Vettori, no run, full and straight, on the middle, edged to the pad. What a fine over again from Gul.

End of over 16 (4 runs) New Zealand 88/7 (RR: 5.50)
DL Vettori    0* (2b)      Umar Gul    2-0-4-3
JEC Franklin    5* (7b)      Saeed Ajmal    3-0-19-0

Basit GIA: "Isn't it interesting that Pakistan always makes into the semis and finals at the expense of Kiwis?" 1992 WC eh?

16.1

Saeed Ajmal to Franklin, 1 run, leans forward to turn it past square leg

16.2

Saeed Ajmal to Vettori, 2 runs, slows up the pace, swept to long leg

16.3

Saeed Ajmal to Vettori, no run, fires in a yorker on the middle stump line, dug out to the short mid-on region

16.4

Saeed Ajmal to Vettori, 1 run, and slows up the pace now, drags the sweep to deep backward square leg

16.5

Saeed Ajmal to Franklin, no run, and fires this one. Alternating between slow and quick. Franklin gets his bat down in a hurry and stabs the ball to the off side

16.6

Saeed Ajmal to Franklin, 1 run, And for a change, fires this one in as well. A very good yorker from round the stumps in fact. Franklin is hit on the boot but the ball was tailing down leg side.

End of over 17 (5 runs) New Zealand 93/7 (RR: 5.47)
JEC Franklin    7* (10b)      Saeed Ajmal    4-0-24-0
DL Vettori    3* (5b)      Umar Gul    2-0-4-3

17.1

Umar Gul to Franklin, no run, swinging yorker, tailing towards middle and off, dug out to the off side

17.2

Umar Gul to Franklin, no run, hurls in the bouncer this time and it climbs past Franklin

17.3

Umar Gul to Franklin, OUT, And what a spell this has been. Another deadly fatal yorker. Another wicket. Franklin was looking to hit across the line. Mistake. The middle stump has been pegged back.

JEC Franklin b Umar Gul 7 (16m 13b 0x4 0x6) SR: 53.84

Mark B: "Can someone explain why Vettori comes in at number 9?? Given the notoriously soft nature of their middle order? Strange..."

17.4

Umar Gul to Mills, OUT, Stand up and applaud. This is the first five-for in Twenty20 internationals. Umar Gul is da Maan. The leg cutter does the trick. The batsman gets a leading edge to cover. Simple catch. 5 for 4 and what's more he is on a hat-trick for the second time today.

KD Mills c Shahzaib Hasan b Umar Gul 0 (1m 1b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

17.5

Umar Gul to Butler, 1 run, length delivery, on the middle, edged to the on side

17.6

Umar Gul to Vettori, 1 run, lifting delivery on the middle and leg, swatted away to midwicket region

End of over 18 (2 runs) New Zealand 95/9 (RR: 5.27)
DL Vettori    4* (6b)      Umar Gul    3-0-6-5
IG Butler    1* (1b)      Saeed Ajmal    4-0-24-0

18.1

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

Mustafa: "Any doubt about Umar Gul being the premier fast bowler in T20 (if not the best bowler in T20, period) should be removed by now. He performs in the clutch, he is consistent, and his clinical performances in the endgame is unmatched today."

18.2

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

18.3

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

What a splendid performance from Pakistan. Under pressure, they have delivered with the ball. They need to finish the job off with the bat. Or will be there be any twist in the tale? Unlikely but you never know. Join us in a short while for the chase.

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Jun 13, 2009

Pakistani fans cheer for their side, New Zealand v Pakistan, Group F, ICC World Twenty20, The Oval, June 13, 2009

Pakistani fans cheer for their side

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Jun 13, 2009

Shahid Afridi and Younis Khan confer during their innings, New Zealand v Pakistan, World Twenty20 , The Oval, June 13, 2009

Shahid Afridi and Younis Khan confer

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