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Pakistan Shaheens involved in ball tampering vs Zimbabwe Select

Pakistan Shaheens involved in ball tampering vs Zimbabwe Select

In a recent match between the Pakistan Shaheens and Zimbabwe Select in Harare, the Shaheens faced a setback when they were penalized for ball tampering by umpire Iknow Chaabi during the sixth one-day encounter. The hosts were awarded five runs as a result of the offense, creating controversy and shifting the focus away from the game itself.

However, amidst the tampering incident, the attention quickly turned to the outstanding performance of the Zimbabwe Select’s batters. Craig Ervine displayed an exceptional innings, scoring an impressive 195 runs. He received valuable support from Innocent Kaia, who contributed 92 runs to the team’s total. Their efforts propelled Zimbabwe Select to a massive score of 385/7, putting the Pakistan Shaheens’ bowlers under immense pressure.

Throughout the innings, the Pakistan Shaheens’ bowlers struggled to contain the relentless onslaught from the Zimbabwean batsmen. Mohammad Ali and Aamer Jamal managed to take two wickets each, but overall, they found it challenging to restrict the scoring rate. Unfortunately for Shahnawaz Dahani, it was a particularly difficult day as he conceded 105 runs in his allotted 10 overs.

Now, despite the setback of the tampering penalty and the daunting total set by Zimbabwe Select, the Pakistan Shaheens must regroup and focus on devising a strong batting strategy. Chasing a formidable target of 385 runs will require meticulous planning and a determined effort from their batsmen. It remains to be seen how the Shaheens will respond to the challenges they face and whether they can mount a successful chase in this crucial match.

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