ICC Women's World Cup 2022 - 26th Match | PAKW vs NZW

PAKW vs NZW 26th Match, ICC Women's WC 2022
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PAKW
194-950.0
NZW
50.0 265-8
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New Zealand Women won by 71 runs
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PAKW
194-950.0
New Zealand Women won by 71 runs
NZW
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50.0265-8
CRR : 3.88
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Overs Timeline
48th Over:
1
0
0
1
0
0
 
= 2
Last Over:
0
0
1
0
2
0
 
= 3
This Over:
0
0
0
4
1
1
 
= 6
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11(23)
4s1
6s0
SR47.83
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10(34)
4s1
6s0
SR29.41
P'ship : 20(54)
Last Wkt :   Diana Baig 6(6)
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Bowler:A Satterthwaite 0-23
Overs5.0
Econ 4.60
P'ship:20(54)
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11

(23)

on strike
SR:47.83
4s: 1
6s: 0
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10

(34)

SR:29.41
4s: 1
6s: 0
Bowler
Econ: 4.60
Overs Timeline
48th Over:
1
0
0
1
0
0
Last Over:
0
0
1
0
2
0
This Over:
0
0
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4
1
1
Last Wicket:
Sidra Nawaz
b Hannah Rowe
10(12)
Last Bowler:
Jess Kerr
0-22(7.0)
That's all from today's fixture. Two more league games remain before we head into the knockout stage of the tournament. Do join us for the remaining matches as well. For now, it's me, Ajay, along with my fellow commentators Akshay and Ayan and scorer Ashok, signing off. Goodbye!
Sophie Devine | Winning Captain: "Today is pretty bittersweet. Suzie was outstanding, so was Hannah Rowe. Unfortunately, we were on the wrong side in multiple games in this tournament. This has been the most competitive World Cup I have been a part of. It's becoming a norm. The wickets have been outstanding. The credit goes to the groundsmen. We have been extremely lucky to have had such great wickets. However, we're gutted to be returning like this. We're lucky to have some time off. I would like to reflect on the things that have transpired over the last few months and reconnect with the family. I would definitely like to continue hitting the ground."
Bismah Maroof | Losing Captain: "Yes, I think so. We gave away too many runs in the end and let the opportunities slip. We should have restricted them under 240. The set batters Nida and myself got out at the wrong time and that cost us the game. Too much to do. It hurts we could have won 3-4 games and it hurts us a lot. We will be happy with the win against West Indies and the Sidra hundred against Bangladesh, plus Nida's all-around performance was exceptional. So, we have had a few boxes to tick and we did that. We will go back home and reflect on how we can improve going forward. All in all, a few positives to take and we will work on improving in certain aspects in the coming days."
Hannah Rowe: "Nice to finish with a fifer after being hit in the powerplay. This has been a tough week for the girls and credit for them to come out today and put in a performance like this. I think Suzie deserves this player of the match award."
Suzie Bates | Player of the Match: "Earlier in the week, when we lost to England, we knew that it would be hard to reach the semis and it was difficult to lift ourselves. We gathered ourselves and tried to be at our best today. I didn’t have the best of the tournaments. I was always looking to contribute to the team’s success and today it paid off. Guess I would share this player of the match award with Rowe for her excellent bowling performance."
Suzie Bates is the Player of the Match.
For the White Ferns, Hannah Rowe was simply superb during the second innings, picking up 5/55 from her 10 overs. Frances Mackay, on the other hand, was not only economical throughout her spell but also grabbed some important scalps. All others, including Rosemary Mair, Amelia Kerr, Jess Kerr, and Amy Satterthwaite kept it tight during the chase, giving Pakistan no chance of gaining the momentum needed for chasing the total down.
Both Muneeba Ali and Sidra Ameen looked decent for a while in the beginning before losing their wickets. The ship was then stabilised by skipper Bismah Maroof and Nida Dar. However, no one took responsibility after these two to take the side over the line. Aliya Riaz continued to disappoint and was out for just 1. The game was already over by then as the lower middle order and the tail couldn't really pull this chase off.
That's the end of this tournament for both of these teams. While New Zealand return with 3 wins from 7 games, Pakistan end up at the bottom of the table (unless Bangladesh lose their final game with an unreal margin), with just 1 win from 7 games. Though many would say 266 was a gettable target on this wicket, Pakistan never seemed to have the impetus to pull this chase off.
Amy Satterthwaite
0-23(5.0)
OVER 50
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4
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Nashra Sandhu
10(34)
Anam Amin
11(23)
49.6 A Satterthwaite to A Amin
1 Tossed up on the stumps, Amin mistimes the slog to the right of mid wicket for a single. With this, New Zealand beat Pakistan by 71 runs. All smiles in the New Zealand camp after this comprehensive victory.
49.5 A Satterthwaite to N Sandhu
1 Short again and Sandhu cuts it to the left of cover point for a run. Mair stops it inside the circle.
49.4 A Satterthwaite to N Sandhu
4 FOUR!!! Satterthwaite bowls it short outside off, Sandhu hangs back and cuts it past cover point for a boundary.
Stumping Check sent upstairs. It looks OUT. Off to the TV umpire. Fair delivery. Replays are in: Nashrat might have grounded the bat in here. They will check the Ultra Edge which shows a Flat Line. Now onto the stumping, we go. The bat is grounded when the bails are whipped off. NOT OUT is the call on the screen.
49.3 A Satterthwaite to N Sandhu
0 Katey Martin whips the bails in a flash and Sandhu might be gone here. The decision has been sent upstairs. Slower in the air outside off, Sandhu steps out of her crease and is deceived by the flight as she pushes at it but can't connect. She quickly tries to get back in the crease but Martin is quick to whip the bails. Let's wait and see whether she manages to get back in her crease.
49.2 A Satterthwaite to N Sandhu
0 Tossed up outside off, Sandhu drives it straight to covers.
49.1 A Satterthwaite to N Sandhu
0 Amy Satterthwaite to bowl the last over. Bowls it short outside off, Sandhu looks to cut it but misses.
Jess Kerr
0-22(7.0)
OVER 49
0
0
1
0
2
0
Anam Amin
10(22)
Nashra Sandhu
5(29)
48.6 J Kerr to A Amin
0 On a length around leg, Amin moves leg side and blocks it.
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