New Zealand vs Pakistan Live: Match stopped due to rain, will Pakistan be eliminated if the match is washed out?

Live updates: New Zealand vs. Pakistan World Cup 2023 On November 4, Pakistan and New Zealand play at M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru in the World Cup 2023. Leading, New Zealand scored 401 runs. Refresh this page for match updates.

World cup 2023, 35th Match: New Zealand vs Pakistan, Live Cricket Score, Commentary:The M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru hosts the World Cup 2023 match between New Zealand and Pakistan on November 4.Pakistan captain Babar Azam won the toss and invited New Zealand to bat first in this crucial match.But his choice backfired.New Zealand set Pakistan 402 runs.

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Pakistan ahead with DLS rule

Pakistan lost the first wicket for 6 runs while chasing the target.After that, Fakhar Zaman and Babar Azam scored a century to spice up the match.Rain has halted the game.In 21.3 overs, Pakistan scored 160 runs for three wickets.Fakhar Zaman is unbeaten on 106 and Babar Azam 47.Under DLS, Pakistan leads by 10 runs.Pakistan wins if play stops.

This could be the target for Pakistan
45 overs – 370 runs
40 overs – 335 runs
35 overs – 297 runs
30 overs – 252 runs

Playing first, New Zealand scored 401-6 (50 overs), an Everest-like score.Devon Conway (35), who opened, and Rachin Ravindra shared 68 runs for the first wicket.Kane Williamson (95) and Rachin Ravindra (108) batted well for New Zealand, ruining Pakistani bowlers.

Kane and Rachin scored 180 runs.Pakistan’s bowlers craved wickets.Pakistani bowlers were deflated by the New Zealand batsman.Darrell Mitchell (29), Mark Chapman (39), and Glenn Phillips (41) pitched quickly after Kane and Ravindra left.Mitchell Santner (26) also criticized Pakistani bowlers in the end.

Pakistan’s wickets fell like this:
First wicket: Abdullah Shafiq (4) out Tim Southee, 6/1

Pakistan’s bowlers were badly beaten. 

The Pakistan match’s best bowler was Mohammad Wasim.He took 3 wickets in 10 overs for 60 runs.Shaheen Shah Afridi conceded 90 runs in 10 overs.Most expensive Pakistani bowling spell in World Cup history.Also badly beaten was Hasan Ali.He took 1 wicket in 10 overs for 82 runs.Haris Rauf was also defeated.He gave up 85 runs in 10 overs.

This is how New Zealand’s wickets fell
: First wicket: Devon Conway (35), wicket-Hassan Ali, (1-68)
Second wicket: Kane Williamson (95), wicket-Iftikhar Ahmed (2-248)
Third wicket: Rachin Ravindra (108) , Wicket- Mohammad Wasim (3-261)
Fourth Wicket: Daryl Mitchell (29), Wicket- Haris Rauf (4-318)
Fifth Wicket: Mark Chapman (39), Wicket- Mohammad Wasim (345-5)
Sixth Wicket: Glenn Phillips (41), Wicket- Mohammad Wasim (388-6)

Kane Williamson returned. 

For this match, Pakistan dropped Usama Mir and brought back Hasan Ali.Ish Sodhi replaced Matt Henry and Kiwi captain Kane replaced Will Young in the New Zealand team.

Rachin Ravindra scored his third century in the World Cup  

Ravindra’s third century in his first World Cup is the most by a batsman.Rachin’s three ODI World Cup centuries are New Zealand’s most.Six New Zealanders have two World Cup centuries.

Most World Cup centuries before the age of 25
3 – Rachin Ravindra (23 years, 351 days)
2 – Sachin Tendulkar (22 years, 313 days)

Most centuries in a World Cup edition for New Zealand
3 – Rachin Ravindra in 2023*
2 – Glenn Turner
2 in 1975 – Martin Guptill
2 in 2015 – Kane Williamson in 2019

Most runs in his first World Cup edition
532 – Jonny Bairstow in 2019 (11 innings)
522 – Rachin Ravindra in 2023 (8 innings)
474 – Babar Azam in 2019 (8 innings)
465 – Ben Stokes (10 innings) in 2019 Most runs in

his first World Cup edition Most 50+ scores in Cup edition
5 – David Boon in 1987
5 – Rahul Dravid in 1999 5
– Kevin Pietersen 5 in 2007
– Jonathan Trott 5 in 2011
– Jason Roy
5 in 2019 – Ben Stokes 5 in 2019
– Rachin Ravindra in 2023*

Fastest Pakistani fast bowlers to take 100 ODI wickets (match wise)
50 – Shaheen Afridi
59 – Waqar Younis
60 – Shoaib Akhtar
65 – Naved-ul-Hassan
66 – Hasan Ali*
67 – Umar Gul

New Zealand’s playing eleven: Devon Conway, Rachin Ravindra, Kane Williamson (captain), Daryl Mitchell, Tom Latham (w), Glenn Phillips, Mark Chapman, Mitchell Santner, Ish Sodhi, Tim Southee, Trent Boul Players: Abdullah Shafiq, Fakhar Zaman,

Babar Azam (captain), Mohammad Rizwan (wicketkeeper), Iftikhar Ahmed, Saud Shakeel, Agha Salman, Shaheen Shah Afridi, Hasan Ali, wasim Jr., Rauf. To New Zealand’s Head

and Pakistan (ODI)
Total Match 116
Pakistan won 60
New Zealand won 51
Tie 1
Undecided 3

Facts related to New Zealand vs Pakistan match 

– In the last five editions of the World Cup, Pakistan had lost to New Zealand only by 110 runs in 2011 in Pallekele.
– Trent Boult is one short of taking 50 wickets in the ODI World Cup, while Kane Williamson has completed 1000 runs in the ODI World Cup.
– Tom Latham is 52 runs away from reaching the 4000 club in ODIs