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NZ v PAK, 2nd T20I, Match Report
Matches - Reports Tuesday, 28 December 2010 18:31
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2nd T20I: New Zealand v Pakistan (Winner: NZ)

NZ 185/7 (M Guptill 44, J Franklin 40, S Ajmal 3/35, S Afridi 1/22) beat PAK 146/9 (M Hafeez 46, U Akmal 26, N McCullum 4/16, T Southee 2/26) by 39 runs.

 
 Match Scorecard  
Man of the Match: N McCullum Seddon Park, Hamilton (28 Dec,2010)
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After being put in by Pakistan, NZ got off to the worst possible start losing Ryder off the very first delivery. But another blistering knock by Guptill with support from Franklin saw them reach 90 for 1 after 11 overs with a COW of 61%. Wickets tumbled as New Zealand looked to accelerate but Styris, Taylor and McGlashan tore apart Pakistan’s bowling to end with 185/7 with COW of 70%. After a brisk start Pakistan lost Afridi early but were at a steady 60/1 after 7 overs with COW of 33% before 3 quick wickets saw them slip to 76/4 after 10 with COW of 26%. Nathan McCullum picked up 4 wickets and Southee nearly had another hat trick and NZ coasted home by 39 runs as Pakistan ended at 146/9.

 
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  First Inns (New Zealand)- 20 Overs Maximum  
 
arrow 5 Overs: NZ 41/1 NZ 55% Ryder went down first but Guptill
      continued to his form to propel New Zealand.New Zealand’s chances increased by 3% during this period.
arrow 10 Overs: NZ 83/1 NZ 60% New Zealand did not lose wickets
      and continued to build their innings.New Zealand’s chances increased by 5% during this period.
arrow 15 Overs: NZ 117/3 NZ 61% Although New Zealand lost 2 wickets,
      they had built a wonderful stand for a good total.New Zealand’s chances increased by 1% during this period.
arrow 20 Overs: NZ 185/6 NZ 70% New Zealand thoroughly capitalized
      on their start with the help of McGlashan whose stroke play gave 10 MCC members heart attacks. New Zealand’s chances increased by 9% during this period.
       
  Second Inns (Pakistan: Target 186) - 20 Overs Maximum  
     
arrow 5 Overs: PAK 47/4 NZ 67% Pakistan started imperiously but
      then lost wickets in a heap losing the initiative.Pakistan’s chances increased by 3% during this period.
arrow 10 Overs: PAK 76/4 NZ 74% Pakistan tried to consolidate but in
      the process made the target more unattainable.Pakistan’s chances decreased by 7% during this period.
arrow 15 Overs: PAK 106/5 NZ 84% Pakistan now had an unenviable task
      of scoring 16 runs per over with 5 wickets down, not the easiest thing to do.Pakistan’s chances decreased by 10% during this period.
arrow 20 Overs: PAK 146/9 NZ 100% Pakistan did not get bowled out but
      that is as far as the positives go. New Zealand won by 39 runs.

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