At Hagley Oval, Christchurch stadium, the rivals in the cricket matches came up for the toss for the final match. Pakistan won the toss and opted to field first.
Finn Allen and Conway came up on the crease to face the bowling attack of Naseem Shah. On just a second throw from Shah, Fin pulled wide on mid-on and got off the mark for a boundary.
Pulling the pressure on the Pak team, Allen gave back to back boundaries and got 12 in the first over but lost his wicket to Naseem Shah.
With Williamson taking the batting charge, he kept the zest high on the ground, hammering two fours in the next over. The partnership of Williamson and Conway added more boundaries, posing Pak at 46-1 after 5 overs.
Haris Rauf bowled out Conway and Glenn Phillips joined Williamson. After 6 overs, New Zealand crossed the half-century, standing at 51-2. Phillips tossed up the googly outside off that brought the first six for the side and NZ to a score of 75-2 after 9 overs and lost his wicket to Mohammad Nawaz.
The presence of Williamson and Chapman on the ground led NZ to cross the mark of century on the field with a score of 104-3 after 13 overs. The efforts of Chapman led NZ to score 140-4 after 17 overs.
In the innings of 20 overs, New Zealand set a score of 163 with the loss of 7 wickets.
To chase 164 runs, Rizwan and Babar Azam came to the crease while Tim Southee was on the opening bowling attack.
With an ideal start, Rizwan crunched a four in the third ball of Southee and on a stunning timing, Azam also smashed a four in the same over: Pak at score of 9-0 after 1 over.
Pacing up the match, Azam and Rizwan kept the same hits on the next over as well. Scoring 15 off 14, Babar Azam lost his wicket to M Bracewell, caught out by Williamson. After 5 overs, Pak score moved to 30-1. Playing some singles in the next overs and the wonderful shots of Rizwan, Pak crossed the half-century, standing at 52-1 after 9 overs.
Getting back on the groove, Masood got the rhythm to hit two continuous fours in the 11th over and lost his wicket to M bracewell. Getting 34 off 29, Ish Sodhi lost his wicket to Rizwan.
Taking the batting charge on the crease, Haider Ali hit plenty of shots on height and long off the reach of the fielders for a six and fours respectively, posing Pak at a score of 82-3 after 12 overs.
With marvelous three sixes in the same over by Nawaz and Ali, moved the score of Pak to 122-3 after 15 overs. The wonderful pair of Nawaz and Ali kept going and going till 15.4 overs and Ali lost his wicket to Southee. With Iftikhar Ahmed and Mohammad Nawaz on ground, Pak stood at 168-5 after 19.3 overs.
In NZ vs Pak T20, Pakistan won the final match against New Zealand by 5 wickets.
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