Pakistan vs Scotland 2nd T20 Highlights – Jun 13, 2018

Scot v Pak highlights at this time – Second twenty/20 from Grange Cricket Club, Raeburn Place, Edinburgh (Scotland) Wednesday 13th June 2018. In the primary match between Pakistan and Scotland, Scotland gained the toss and bowled first. Pakistan scored 204 runs in 20 overs with 4 wickets down. The opener of the Pakistan team Fakhar Zaman scored 21 runs off 15 balls and out, Ahmed Shehzad scored 12 runs, Hussain Talat a brand new teenager contributed 18 runs. Those have been Sarfraz Ahmed captain of the team and essentially the most skilled all-rounder Shoaib Malik each smashed all Scottish bowlers throughout the park.

Sarfraz Ahmed (c) † scored 89 runs off 40 deliveries and he performed until the tip of Pakistan’s innings and goes not out. Shoaib Malik confronted 27 balls and scored 53 runs, he smashed 5 6s in his lovely innings. When his wicket dismissed then it was 18.5 Four wanting the 100 partnership, however Scotland break this four-wicket partnership. Driven within the air to lengthy off the place Michael Leask takes a simple catch. Superb innings from Malik. 183/4. AC Evans from Scotland took three wickets and RD Berrington took one wicket. Scotland scored 156 runs with 6 wickets down in 20 overs.

Pakistan gained the toss and will bat first.

Pakistan team/taking part in XI
Ahmed Shehzad, Asif Ali, Faheem Ashraf, Fakhar Zaman, Haris Sohail, Hasan Ali, Hussain Talat, Mohammad Amir, Mohammad Nawaz(3), Rahat Ali, Sarfraz Ahmed (c) †, Shadab Khan, Shaheen Shah Afridi, Shoaib Malik.
Scotland team/taking part in XI
RD Berrington, DE Budge, KJ Coetzer (c), MH Cross †, AC Evans, Hamza Tahir, MA Leask, CS MacLeod, HG Munsey, SM Sharif, CB Sole, CD Wallace, MRJ Watt, BTJ Wheal, SG Whittingham.

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