PAK vs SA: This is the same with the Pak team.. If you take the review, it is not out.. Sammy is getting out in a dead ball..

Mohammad Nawaz Out Pak Vs Sa

Pakistan team played fourth match against South Africa in T20 World Cup 2022. After winning the toss and choosing to bat, the Pakistan team scored 185 runs for the loss of 9 wickets in the allotted 20 overs. Due to rain in this match Pakistan team won by 33 runs. Mohammad Nawaz, who batted first, was dismissed by a round decision. But there is also Nawaz’s mistake in this. Now let’s know what the real thing is..

How did he get out..

The ball hit Nawaz’s bat and hit his pad. But as the bowler appealed, the umpire also threw it out. With this, Nawaz was dismissed as lbw. However, he tried to run with the intention of going for a review. In the process he ran out. However, the umpire thought he had given a run out. But, the umpire gave him out lbw. In this context, the review can fully protect Mohammad Nawaz. From the point of view of cricket rules, it is a dead ball. The replay clearly shows that the ball hit the pad with his bat. He would have definitely been saved if he had taken a review.

That’s a runout bro in dead ball..

However, once the umpire runs out, the ball is declared a dead ball. They tried to run out on this same ball. In the process he ran out. Despite this review, he was saved.

Openers on the flop once again..

Pakistan’s opener batsmen failed once again in this match against Africa. Opening captain Babar Azam scored 6 runs off 15 balls while his partner Mohammad Rizwan scored 4 runs off 4 balls. Babar Azam has been in constant flops throughout the tournament so far. He scored only 14 runs in four innings in this World Cup.

In this innings, all-rounder Shadab Khan played a wonderful innings with 52 runs off 22 balls. There were 3 fours and four sixes in his innings. Apart from this, Iftikhar Ahmed scored 51 runs in 35 balls with the help of 3 fours and 2 sixes. At the same time Mohammad Nawaz scored 28 runs in 22 balls, Mohammad Haris scored 28 runs in 11 balls with 2 fours and 3 sixes.


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