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Shadab Khan picks three consecutive wickets across two matches

Pakistan's brilliant bowling performance terminated the Dutch innings at just 91.

T20 World Cup 2022: Pakistan’s spinner Shadab Khan made it to highlights on October 30, for picking three wickets in three consecutive balls. However, this event took place across two matches. Shadab Khan first took two consecutive wickets in the last over of his spell in the match against Zimbabwe. Moreover, the leggy completed his hat trick in the must-win match against the Netherlands.

Shadab Khan picks three consecutive wickets across two matches

On top of that, Pakistan’s brilliant bowling performance terminated the Dutch innings at just 91. This win will provide the Men in Green their first points in the ongoing marquee tournament.

Also Read: Mohammad Amir Bashes PCB as Pakistan Loses to Zimbabwe in the T20 WC

Bas de Leede had a concussion after being hit by Haris Rauf’s lethal bouncer

Another bizarre event that took place in the clash between Pakistan and the Netherlands. Team Netherlands were left with another shock as their batting allrounder, 22-year-old Leede had to walk off the field with a cut to his face after being hit in the helmet grille by Haris Rauf’s lethal short-ball. Rauf brought up a venomous 142 kph delivery which led to this blow. Moreover, Logan van Beek had been approved as his substitute.

Also Read: Check out why Pakistan would be backing arch-rivals India in their next T20 WC clash with South Africa

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Prachi Rajan
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A literature nerd excelling at cricket who also wants you to look at the world with her eyes so that you could witness the beauty her eyes behold.
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