Men’s ODI World Cup Points Chart for the ICC Updated following the PAK vs. NED match: By 81 runs, Pakistan defeated New Zealand

Pakistan win against Netherlands by 81 runs setting an objective of 287 runs in their most memorable match of the ICC Cricket World Cup. Pakistan got back in the game subsequent to losing its main three players inside the initial ten overs at the score of 38.

Following this, Mohammad Rizwan and Saud Shakeel played persistently to frame a 120-run organization, on the rear of which Pakistan made 286 runs. Dutch all-rounder Bas de Leede took four wickets, including the essential wicket of very much set Rizwan.

Consequently, the Netherlands had a respectable beginning as the initial hitter, Vikramjit Singh, scored 50 years to give an energy to the Dutch. Singh and Bas de Leede added 70 runs for the third wicket before Singh gave a catch to Fakhar Zaman on profound midwicket in Shadab Khan’s finished.

Pakistan’s Haris Rauf scalped three wickets while yielding 43 runs in nine overs. Hassan Ali packed away two wickets, and Shaheen Afridi, Mohammad Nawaz, Iftikhar Ahmed and Shadab Khan accepted one wicket each as Pakistan packaged the Dutch for 205 runs.
With this success, Pakistan has added two focuses to its kitty and sits second on the focuses table.

PositionTeamsMatches PlayedWon Lost No ResultPointsNet Run Rate
1New Zealand110022.149
7South Africa000000
8Sri Lanka000000

Saturday, October 7, two matches will be played. In the principal match, Bangladesh will play against their Asian rivals, Afghanistan, at the HPCA Arena in Dharamshala at 10:30 pm IST. In the other match at the Arun Jaitley Arena in Delhi, South Africa will take on Sri Lanka at 2 pm IST. Check the ICC Men’s ODI World Cup inclusion here.