Pakistan were 59/0 after 10 overs, but they engaged the beast mode and finished their 20 overs with a massive 189 against Namibia. Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan started on a sedate note after opting to bat, although they gradually upped the scoring rate. It wasn't, however, until Babar and Fakhar Zaman fell in successive overs that Pakistan really switched gears. Mohammed Hafeez and Rizwan shared a brutal 67-run stand that came off just 26 balls. As many as 71 runs were scored in the final five overs as Namibia were blown to the smithereens.
— Sky Sports Cricket (@SkyCricket) November 2, 2021
What a way to bring up your half-century, Mohammad Rizwan!
He belts a Wiese full toss for an enormous six👏#Pakistan accelerating against #Namibia#PAKvNAM #T20WorldCup
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