U-19 World Cup: Opening hitter Muhammad Shejad shined more than a bat as Pakistan set up a knockout meeting with Australia in a nine-wicket victory over Papua New Guinea on Saturday. Opening batsman Muhammad Shejad shone with his ball over his bat as Pakistan set up a knockout meeting with Australia at the ICC U19 Men’s Cricket World Cup with a nine-wicket win over Papua New Guinea on Saturday. Papua New Guinea got off to a positive start with Christopher Killapat and Boio Leigh scoring 24 on their first wicket at the Queens Park Oval. But when Kilapat’s wicket, which topped the list with 11, dropped, Papua New Guinea lost the next nine wickets with 26 runs.
Pakistan’s bowling was shocking as well as shocking, and bowlers contributed 19 additional players to Papua New Guinea’s total of 50. Ahmed Khan went 3-for-10 to take the wicket in both opening games before captain Barnabas Maha ran out after adding a total of two. Aue Oru subsequently provided some resistance, making seven from 25 balls, but became Shezard’s second victim. The last four batters failed to score, with right-hander Shimmer Shejad going 5-for-7 – the most economical 5 percent of the tournament so far. 온라인카지노
Chasing by a narrow margin of 51, Shezard caught ducks on six balls before Abbas Ali and wicketkeeper batter Hashibola Khan made the necessary runs for a comfortable victory. Papua New Guinea will meet host West Indies in the Plate League after winning all three matches to recreate the 1988 and 2010 finals against Australia.