Although they didn't quite get off to a scorching start as expected, Pakistan have shifted gears as they eye a target in excess of 140 against Namibia in the T20 World Cup. While Babar Azam has raised fifty, Mohammad Rizwan is catching up as well, having scored almost a run-a-ball 31. The lesser-known Namibia attack has been disciplined in their operation, restricting Pakistan to 29/0 in the Powerplay. However, the table-toppers have flicked the switch and are now gathering runs at a fair clip.
⚡FIFTY FOR BABAR!⚡— Sky Sports Cricket (@SkyCricket) November 2, 2021
It's the 24th time the #Pakistan captain has done it in T20Is👏
His side are going nicely now against #Namibia, 80-0 in the 12th over🏏#PAKvNAM #T20WorldCup
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