NEW ZEALAND (D1) vs PAKISTAN (B1) at Kennington Oval Super Eight ICC World Twenty20 in England 2009


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NEW ZEALAND (D1) vs PAKISTAN (B1) at Kennington Oval Super Eight

Umar Gul stuns New Zealand with first ever Twenty20 5-wicket haul‎

Pakistan Cricket team New Zealand Cricket team A sensational five-wicket haul for just 6 runs in 3 overs by Umar Gul helped Pakistan defeat New Zealand by six wickets to keep their semi-finals hopes alive in the World Twenty20.
The Kiwis were all out for a paltry 99 in 18.3 overs, after they won the toss and decided to bat first at Oval. After being introduced in the 13th over, Gul wreaked havoc in his three-over spell and emerged the first bowler ever to claim five wickets in a T20 international.
Pakistan coasted home to finish on 100-4 with Shahzaib Hasan making 35 and Shahid Afridi 29 not out.
2009 ICC World Twenty20 Match 18: PAK vs NZL, Group F, June 13: New Zealand 99 in 18.3 overs (Gul 5-6, Razzaq 2-17) lost to Pakistan 100/4 in 13.1 overs (Shahzaib Hasan 35, Shahid Afridi * 29) by 6 wickets (with 41 balls remaining)

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NEW ZEALAND (D1) vs PAKISTAN (B1) at Kennington Oval Super Eight

Scores

Pakistan beat New Zealand by 6 wickets
New Zealand won the toss and decided to bat
99 all out (18.3 overs)
100 for 4 (13.1 overs)

New Zealand Innings - All out
 
 
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
B McCullum c Fawad Alam b Razzaq
12
6 2 0
Redmond c Umar Gul b Aamer
15
14 2 0
Guptill lbw b Razzaq
8
8 1 0
Styris c Shahid Afridi b Umar Gul
22
29 0 1
Oram c Misbah b Shahid Afridi
5
11 0 0
McGlashan lbw b Umar Gul
8
8 1 0
N McCullum
 
b Umar Gul
7
11 1 0
Franklin
 
b Umar Gul
7
13 0 0
Vettori run out
 
8
9 1 0
Mills c Hasan b Umar Gul
0
1 0 0
Butler not out
 
1
1 0 0
Extras
 
2w 4lb 6
 
Total
 
all out 99 (18.3 ovs)

Bowler
O
M
R
W
Aamer 3.0 0 23 1
Razzaq 3.3 1 17 2
Saeed Ajmal 4.0 0 24 0
Shahid Afridi 4.0 0 17 1
Shoaib Malik 1.0 0 8 0
Umar Gul 3.0 0 6 5
Fall of wicket
 
17 B McCullum
33 Redmond
37 Guptill
55 Oram
73 Styris
73 McGlashan
88 N McCullum
93 Franklin
93 Mills
99 Vettori

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Pakistan Innings - Close
 
 
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
Kamran Akmal c Butler b Mills
19
14 1 1
Hasan run out
 
35
28 4 2
Razzaq c McGlashan b Vettori
5
8 0 0
Shoaib Malik c B McCullum b Vettori
4
3 1 0
Shahid Afridi not out
 
29
18 3 0
Khan not out
 
6
9 0 0
Extras
 
1nb 1w 2
 
Total
 
for 4 100 (13.1 ovs)

Bowler
O
M
R
W
Mills 4.0 0 28 1
Franklin 2.0 0 19 0
Vettori 4.0 0 20 2
Butler 2.0 0 22 0
N McCullum 1.1 0 11 0
Fall of wicket
 
36 Kamran Akmal
61 Razzaq
61 Hasan
71 Shoaib Malik

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Umpires: M R Benson, R J Tucker, R S Madugalle, R E Koertzen
New Zealand: B McCullum, Redmond, Guptill, Styris, Oram, McGlashan (Wicket Keeper), Franklin, Vettori (Captain), N McCullum, Butler, Mills
Pakistan: Hasan, Kamran Akmal (Wicket Keeper), Shoaib Malik, Khan (Captain), Misbah, Shahid Afridi, Fawad Alam, Razzaq, Umar Gul, Aamer, Saeed Ajmal

Editor: Nishanth Gopinathan.