USA vs PAK: Big upset in T20 World Cup, USA beats Pakistan in super over.

Mohammad Amir bowled aimlessly in the Super Over, conceding 18 runs, including seven wides, before Saurabh Netrawalkar conceded just 13 runs to give America a five-run upset win over Pakistan in a thrilling ICC World T20 World Group A match. Cup. This is America’s second consecutive group stage victory. In Aamir’s super over, America scored 18 runs for one wicket with the help of Aaron James (11) and Harmeet Singh (00 not out). In reply, the Pakistan team could score only 13 runs for one wicket in Netravkar’s over. Fakhar Zaman (00 not out), Iftikhar Ahmed (04) and Shadab Khan (03 not out) came to bat from Pakistan.

Earlier, chasing Pakistan’s target of 160, the US secured a three-run win thanks to captain Monak Patel’s half-century (50 runs, 38 balls, seven fours, one six) and a 68-run partnership with Andreas Gauss for the second wicket. 35) The match was tied after scoring 159 runs on the wicket. Aaron Jones (36 not out off 26 balls) and Nitish Kumar (14 not out) scored 13 runs in the last over to tie the match.

Earlier, Pakistan scored 159 for seven thanks to captain Babar Azam’s 43-ball innings of 44 with three fours and two sixes and a 72-run partnership for the third wicket with Shadab (40). Facing 25 balls, Shadab hit one four and three sixes. Left-arm spinner Nostush Kenzige was the most successful bowler for America, taking three wickets for 30 runs. Netrawalkar took two wickets for 18 runs.

Chasing the target, USA got off to a cautious start with captain Monak and Steven Taylor (12) putting on 36 runs for the first wicket. After hitting Amir (one wicket for 25 runs) for four, Monak also hit Shaheen Shah Afridi with two fours in a row. Naseem Shah (1 wicket for 26 runs) got Taylor caught by Rizwan to give Pakistan their first breakthrough. America scored 44 runs for one wicket in the power play.

As soon as Andrews came in, he hit Naseem for two fours. He completed the team’s half-century with a four off Haris Rauf (one wicket for 37 runs) in the seventh over. Andrews hit the first six of the innings off Shadab while Monak welcomed Iftikhar Khan with two consecutive fours. Monak completed his half-century in just 34 balls with fours and sixes off consecutive balls from Shahin. Rauf bowled Andrews to break the partnership. He hit five fours and one six in a 26-ball innings.

Aamir bowled Monak and gave America a big blow. USA needed 45 runs to win from the last five overs. Aaron Jones, who scored an unbeaten half-century in America’s win over Canada in the first match, hit a six off Shadab but Naseem and Shahin scored six and seven runs respectively in the next two overs. America needed 21 runs from the last two overs. Even in the 19th over of Aamir’s innings, only six runs were scored. The US needed 14 runs off Rauf’s last over and the US leveled the scores with six from Jones and four from Nitish.

Earlier, Monarch invited Pakistan to bat after winning the toss, which their bowlers left no stone unturned to prove. Pakistan lost three wickets for just 26 runs. In the second over of the innings, Steven Taylor took a brilliant catch of opener Mohammad Rizwan (09) at slip off former India U-19 cricketer Sourav Netrawalkar, while Usman Khan (03) took a big catch in the second over. Nostush was trying to play a shot off Kenjige when he was caught by Nitish Kumar at long off.

Fakhar Zaman (11) hit left-arm spinner Kenjige for a six off the very first ball but was caught by Taylor at short third man off fast bowler Ali Khan. In the power play, the Pakistan team could score only 30 runs for three wickets. Shadab hit fast bowler Jasdeep Singh for two consecutive sixes in the 10th over to complete the team’s half-century of runs.

Babar started the innings very slowly. After scoring 10 off 24 balls, he hit the first four off Jasdeep and then hit Kenjige on the boundary as well. Babar and Shadab hit left-arm spinner Harmeet Singh for a six in the 12th over. Kenjig broke Babar’s partnership by getting Shadab caught by Netrawalkar. The left-arm spinner also trapped Azam Khan (0) lbw on the next ball to take Pakistan to 98 for five. Pakistan’s century of runs was completed in the 14th over. Babar hit Jasdeep for a six but was trapped LBW in the same over. Shaheen Shah Afridi (23 not out) and Iftikhar Khan (18) played useful innings at the end and took the team score past 150 runs.

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