Russell Arnold shared photos of a coin used to toss in the T20 WC semi-finals; look at the pictures
T20 confirmed in Pakistan Globalism The cup semi-final win over New Zealand is still fresh in the minds of cricket fans and their followers. Former Sri Lankan cricketer Russell Arnold now remembered the game and shared images of the coin used in the semi-final match. New Zealand captain Ken Williamson won the toss and was elected to bat first in the round of four. The first semi-final match between New Zealand and Pakistan was held in Sydney cricket Earth on November 9.
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“The coin used to throw the ball in the Sydney semi-finals,” Arnold wrote on Friday.
The currency used in the draw for the Sydney semi-finals #T20Iworldcup2022 pic.twitter.com/5iIaqQgRIp
– Russel Arnold (@RussellArnold69) November 11, 2022
Pakistan took off at the start of the flight after capturing three quick small points. Kiwi’s Finn Allen was the first to leave after being sent off by Shaheen Afridi on the third ball of the match. Wicket guard Devon Conway smashed a pair of bounds to score 21 of 20. However, a misunderstanding between Conway and Williamson resulted in the wicketkeeper being sent off on the sixth day. Glenn Phillips was returned to the locker room after he was caught by wrestler Muhammad Nawaz.
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Skipper Williamson and Daryl Mitchell put up a solid resistance and threaded a solid 68-round partnership. However, Williamson’s stay at the tuck came to an end after Pakistani spearhead Shaheen Afridi shot him for 46. On the other hand, Mitchell continued the attack and achieved an impressive half-century. Mitchell slammed three limits and six and went unbeaten after scoring 53 from 35 deliveries. The kiwi eventually managed to score a total of 152 fights.
Pakistan’s running chase began on a remarkable note after Babar Azam and Muhammad Rizwan forged a massive partnership of 105 runs. Left-armed Trent Bolt picked up Babar’s share on the 13th to break the strong opening partnership. However, the class proved too late for New Zealand. Pakistan eventually hit the target quite comfortably with five balls to spare.
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In the second semi-final of the T20 World Cup, England secured a convincing victory by 10 wickets over India.
The top match between Pakistan and England is scheduled to take place at Melbourne Cricket Ground on Sunday.
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