A cricket fan has won £26,400 after taking a stunning one-handed catch in the third One Day International between New Zealand and Pakistan in Dunedin.
In the last eight overs, when New Zealand needed to lift the run rate, they were restricted to 48 runs and lost seven wickets of which 11 runs came in the final over.
The bilateral series between New Zealand and Pakistan have started in the favour of the host as the produced two match-winning knocks.
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Williamson, who uncharacteristically struggled to penetrate the field for much of his innings, made 73 but it took 101 deliveries to get there.
Chasing 247 for a win, New Zealand were rocked early when Colin Munro was dismissed without opening his account on the thid ball of their innings. The pair was also involved in an 104-run unbeaten stand for the third wicket as New Zealand reached the target with 7 balls remaining.
Martin Guptill struck an unbeaten 86 to power New Zealand to an eight-wicket victory via Duckworth-Lewis-Stern method over Pakistan in the second one day worldwide at Saxton Oval, Nelson on Tuesday.
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That is our target, and to show courage. "I think he could be ready in two or three weeks for Basel in the Champions League ". This kind of game shows how your mentality is. " There are still lots of games to play ." .
Hasan Ali (1) fell to a good diving catch by Williamson at mid-wicket before Boult was brought back to clean up Mohammad Amir (bowled for 14) and top-scorer Rumman Raees (bowled for 16). Azhar Ali was the first to fall.
Tom Latham joined Taylor to maintain the pace with New Zealand 195 for three after 40 overs.
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