NZ vs PAK 2020 – Tim Seifert Brillant Knock Puts The Pakistan Into The Shambles

Yet another series and Pakistan has crumbled against the one of the best T20l teams in the world cricket New Zealand in their own domain. After losing first game of series, Pakistan followed the momemtum to lost the second game and series too by 2-0 with one game to go.

It was all about the New Zealand during the second T20l game from bowling to batting with hardly a dependable knock from Mohammad Hafeez who remained unbeaten on 99 runs off 57 balls thee only good thing to be happened for Pakistan to cheer for otherwise there was nothing in a match.

After being decided to bat first the tourists (Pakistan) post on 163 runs for the loss of 9 wickets in the 20 overs. The only contribution come from Mohammad Hafeez who scored 99 runs from 57 balls. Tim Southee who missed the first T20l game returns with 4 for 21 in his 4 overs spell.

TIM SEIFERT BATTING IS A MIXTURE OF BRENDON MCCULLUM

In response, New Zealand looked confident before Faheem Ashraf removed Martin Guptill wicket who score 21 runs looked to triggered the collapse but Kane Williamson returns after the missing the first game never let that happened alongside Tim Seifert to register 9-wickets victory and take away the series by 2-0 with one game to go in the contest.

Tim Seifert scored back to back half-centuries to gives brief about his batting skills in the second T20l game. Kane Williamson (57) and Tim Seifert (84) put on 129-run stand for the second wicket to win the game with 4 balls to spare. Tim Southee was awarded with Man of the match for his performance of 4 for 21. The next game of the series will be played at Napier on 22 December. After the T20l fixtures the two match test series begins from 26 December at Bay Oval followed by second test match at Christchurch on 3 Jan.

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