Spinners Dominate in Pakistan’s nine-wicket Cricket win over Malaysia

On Sunday morning at the Sylhet International Cricket Stadium (SICS), Pakistan defeated Malaysia by nine wickets with 11 overs remaining to win their first match in the ACC Women’s T20 Asia Cup.

The opening bats for Pakistan gave the run-chase a 45-run start as they attempted to reach a modest 58-run mark. Prior to right-handed hitter Sidra Amin being struck out for 31 on the penultimate pitch of the powerplay by Mahirah Izzati Ismail, they scored 45 runs during the batting powerplay. Over the course of her 23-ball inning, Sidra hit five fours.

Muneeba Ali, her opening partner, and wicketkeeper-batter scored 21 off 23 balls without conceding a run and smashed three fours alongside skipper Bismah Maroof (eight not out, eight balls, one four). On Sunday morning at the Sylhet International Cricket Stadium (SICS), Pakistan defeated Malaysia by nine wickets with 11 overs remaining to win their first match in the ACC Women’s T20 Asia Cup.

The opening bats for Pakistan gave the run-chase a 45-run start as they attempted to reach a modest 58-run mark. Prior to right-handed hitter Sidra Amin being struck out for 31 on the penultimate pitch of the powerplay by Mahirah Izzati Ismail, they scored 45 runs during the batting powerplay.

Over the course of her 23-ball inning, Sidra hit five fours. Muneeba Ali, her opening partner, and wicketkeeper-batter scored 21 off 23 balls without conceding a run and smashed three fours alongside skipper Bismah Maroof (eight not out, eight balls, one four).

Pakistan beat Malaysia by nine wickets

  • 20 overs, 57-9 for Malaysia (Elsa Huner 29 not out; Omaima Sohail 3-19, Tuba Hasan 2-13, Diana Baig 1-6, Sadia Iqbal 1-8)
  • 9 overs, 61-1 for Pakistan (Sidra Amin 31, Muneeba Ali 21 not out; Mahirah Izzati Ismail 1-8)
  • Tuba Hasan won the game’s MVP award (Pakistan)

 

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