Pakistan won toss and decided to bat and set a target of 207 runs | ODI series final

In the third and final match of the ODI series against the Netherlands, Pakistan won the toss and batted. In the third and last match of the ODI series being played in the city of Rotterdam, Netherlands, Pakistan won the toss and decided to bat and set a target of 207 runs for the entire team and the opposing team for victory. Pakistan’s batting Pakistan’s Fakhar Zaman and Abdullah Shafiq opened the innings, Abdullah Shafiq, who played his first ODI, got out for just 3 runs. He scored 2 runs.

Pakistan won the toss and decided to bat and set a target of 207 runs

Babar Azam along with Fakhar Zaman led Pakistan’s innings, Fakhar Zaman returned to the pavilion with a total of 58 runs. He played an innings of 216 runs. Agha Salman formed a partnership of 46 runs with Babar Azam in which he contributed 24 runs. When Agha Salman got out, Pakistan’s score was 104 runs. At 122 runs, Pakistan suffered their fourth loss in the form of Khushdil Shah, who was run out after scoring just 2 runs. On one side, Babar Azam stood like a leaden wall, on the other side, no batsman was ready to support him. At 135 runs, half of the Pakistan team had returned to the pavilion. Babar Azam’s courage was also answered for 168 runs, he played another brilliant innings of 91 runs.

After Babar Azam, Muhammad Nawaz showed some resistance, he was dismissed for 27 runs, Muhammad Nawaz was dismissed for a total of 191 runs and Muhammad Wasim was dismissed for 192. In the last over of the innings, Zahid Mahmood was run out for 206 runs and on his very next ball, Pakistan’s last wicket fell in the form of Naseem Shah. Four changes have been made in the Pakistan cricket team. Abdullah Shafiq, Zahid Mehmood, Mohammad Haris and Shahnawaz Dhani were made part of the final XI instead of Imamul Haq, Shadab Khan, Muhammad Rizwan and Haris Rauf. Abdullah Shafiq, who has shown excellent performance in Test matches this year, also started his One Day International career with the third match against Netherlands. Before the start of the match, the legendary batsman and batting coach of the national team, Muhammad Yusuf, gave him a special cap.

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