Bolt's Kiwi hat wins against Pakistan


New Zealand finally won the match against Pakistan, which was painted in the T20. In the first three one-day series, Kiwis raised 47 rides in the first race with a great hit.

Pakistan, meanwhile, lost his left hand to fast middle bowler Trent Boult. Fahar Zaman, Babar Azam and Mohammad Hafeez were sent for dismissal, as Kiwi's third kiwi earned a hat-trick as the newest bowl Bolt.

Danny Morrison achieved a hat-trick as the first cow of kiwi against India in 1994 in Napier. After a certain time he was like the second Chinese bowler against Australia in Hobart in 2007, Shane Bond. On Wednesday (November 7th) he wrote the name next to them, a 29-year-old Swadeshi Bolt.

New Zealand won the token and decided to go to the Abu Dhabi stadium of Sheikh Zayed in Abu Dhabi for a two-day game. After the first team fell 13 games in the team, Black Capsps, under the pressure of Munro (personally 29) for 36 runs.

Well, Williamson, who came to number three, worked well with Ross Taylor. Williamson, who missed the match with only 27 moves (partly 78), added Tillar, who took note of Latham. When the 130-run partnership broke the Kiwi score, the score was 208 points in 41 rebounds. Latham was denied with 68 runs but Ross Taylor kept it on the other side.

Nicholas, who came to the ridge at this stage, returned, without adding potential runs. When Grandmom returned, New Zealand reached 208 matches in the match. And the shoe is 6. The Kiwei fans left hope to a large collection when Taylor's personal 80 ran in 42 moves. However, Tim Southee and Sodhi battling batting New Zealand at 266 for 9 wickets.

Shaheen Shah Afridi and Shadab Khan had a maximum of 4 chips for Pakistan. Imad Wasim made another ball

At the beginning of the competition, there was no good performance in Pakistan. Fahar Zaman returned to Bolt's bowling only eight moves. In the next two balls, Azam and Mohammad Hafeez scored the first first hat-trick in the first game by CUT and LBW. Pakistan is psychologically fragmented here

Pakistan's all-embracing Imam-ul-Haq, Shoaib Malik and Shadab Khan all three teammates flocked to Peru in hundreds or not. However, Sarfraz Ahmed and Imad Wasim shared their seventh partnership card (103 moves) to show Pakistan their hope. At this stage, Grandhom bowed Sarfraz Ahmed and gave relief to the camp Kiwi.

Sarfaraz returned to 50 journeys with 64 personal rides, Imad Wasim Hassan Ali and Shaheen Shah Afridi also made 16 runs after departure of 219 runs on the same plate. New Zealand won 47 runs with 16 remaining balls.

Trent Boult won the prize for his hat-trick. Among the other wickets for New Zealand, Ferguson has 3, Grandhomme 2 and South Africa one and took one wicket.

Bangladesh Time: 0402 Hour, November 08, 018

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