Eyeing the semi-final spot, Pakistan didn't exactly get off to a flyer in the T20 World Cup contest against Namibia. The scoreboard read an insipid 29/0 at the end of the PowerPlay, which is the second-lowest score Pakistan have ever posted in the circle having not lost a wicket. Their previous worst was 28-0 against India in the 2016 World Cup. Mohammad Rizwan has been unable to get going, although skipper Babar Azam is compensating well for his partner's uncharacteristic sluggishness.
💥SHOT!💥— Sky Sports Cricket (@SkyCricket) November 2, 2021
Rizwan has just overturned an lbw appeal by Smit on review – and celebrates by clipping his next ball to the boundary!💪#Pakistan 23-0 in the fifth over against #Namibia#PAKvNAM #T20WorldCup
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