When Lanka appeared to be on track for a total of more than 344 runs towards the conclusion of the innings, Hasan’s four wickets for Pakistan helped Babar’s team get back into the game, setting a record in the annals of quadrilateral events.
Mohammad Rizwan and Ifthikhar Ahmed of Pakistan celebrated their victory during the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 match versus Sri Lanka on October 10, 2023, in Hyderabad.In Pakistan’s sixth One Day International encounter, Salman batsman Abdullah Shafiq (113, 103 balls, 10×4, 3×6) became the first Pakistani batsman to reach a century in the World Cup. Mohammad Rizwan (131 runs, 121 balls, 8×4, 3×6) also put up a valiant effort.
Pakistan defeated Sri Lanka by six wickets in the World Cup game on Tuesday at Rajiv Gandhi Stadium due to some steadfast resistance.In two games, Sri Lanka has now lost twice. Regrettably, the outstanding centuries of Sadira Samarawickrama (108, 89 balls, 11×4, 2×6) and Kusal Mendis (122, 77 balls, 14×4, 6×6) before this were in vain.After losing opener Imam-ul-Haq and captain Babar Azam in the eighth over, Pakistan needed to need 345 runs to win. However, they staged a tremendous recovery.
In place of the unfit Fakhar Zaman, Shafiq and Rizwan teamed up to pursue the goal. For the third wicket, they put on a 176-run partnership in 156 balls.The fact that even Mahisha Pathirana got run over during this performance serves as further evidence of how disappointing the Sri Lankan bowlers were. Ifthikhar Ahmed blasted four boundaries off his bowling in the 48th over, making his teammates’ night more than just forgettable.
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Pakistan suffered greatly as a result of fast bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi’s costly dismissal of Mendis for 18 runs at backward point in the seventh over of the innings. Shafiq and Rizwan were both troubled by his excellent pacing and swing.Nissanka and Mendis accumulated 102 runs for the second wicket in 93 balls in the 18th over, which was bowled by former leg-spinner Shadab Khan, before reaching the straight fielder.Later, Mendis and Samarawickrama shared 111 runs for the third wicket in 69 balls, making the bowling appear unimpressive. Sri Lanka vs Pakistan.
Mendis completed his century with a booming six off a delivery from Hasan Ali.Mendis blasted two consecutive sixes off Hasan Ali in the 29th over before being finally caught by Imam with an athletic effort at the midwicket boundary.However, after Sri Lanka had scored 315 for three in 45 overs, Pakistan’s excellent death bowling, which included Hasan taking four wickets, limited them to just 344 runs. The outcome of the analysis was crucial.We saw both teams have two centurions in the same game for the third time in One Day International history during this encounter.Pakistan now has the title of chasing the World Cup’s most successful target, surpassing Ireland’s effort from the 2011 tournament in Bangalore (329 runs for seven wickets versus England in 49.1 overs – chasing 327 runs for eight wickets in 50 overs).