PM Imran Khan congratulates Pakistan team over New Zealand win

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Prime Minister Imran Khan Tuesday congratulated Pakistan cricket group over a win by 5 wickets in opposition to New Zealand within the second consecutive match of the Twenty20 World Cup.

In a message from his Twitter deal with,  the prime minister lauded the bowling efforts of the group and hoped that the Pakistani group would analyze its errors.

“ group will analyse it’s errors when it loses. An excellent group does an intensive evaluation of its sport even when it wins.”

Quick bowler Haris Rauf took a career-best 4-22 to assist Pakistan defeat New Zealand by 5 wickets and file their second successive win within the Twenty20 World Cup on Tuesday.

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Boosted by their sensible efficiency within the 10-wicket rout of arch-rivals India on Sunday, Rauf impressed the 2009 champions to victory in entrance of a boisterous Sharjah crowd primarily comprised of Pakistani expats.

Devon Conway and Daryl Mitchell each scored 27 for New Zealand, whereas skipper Kane Williamson made a laborious 25 off 26 balls as New Zealand had been held to a below-par 134-8.

Veteran Shoaib Malik (27) and Asif Ali (26) got here along with Pakistan wobbling at 87-5 and led the group to their goal in 18.Four overs.