Pakistan scored 130 in the last 10 overs and Namibia need 120 from their last 10. There doesn't seem to be a great deal of movement for the bowlers at the Shiekh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi and the dew might play its part too. Namibia have a slim chance of gunning down 190, although Pakistan will be the clear favourites at this point given the bowling attack they boast of. Pakistan recuperated from a sluggish start earlier to post a mammoth total, in reply to which Namibia had lost two wickets for 70 at the halfway mark.
⚡BAARD GOES HARD!⚡— Sky Sports Cricket (@SkyCricket) November 2, 2021
Classy shot by the #Namibia batter, depositing Haris Rauf over square leg for six!🔥
They're 34-1, chasing 190 against #Pakistan#PAKvNAM #T20WorldCup
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