Tim Robinson Powered Fifty against Pakistan

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Tim Robinson Powered Fifty against Pakistan
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New Zealand Cricketer Tim Robinson Powered first fifty against the Pakistan in 34 balls with 4 fours and 2 sixes in the 4th T20 match between Pakistan and New Zealand. This Fifty is his First International Fifty in the T20I.

Tim Robinson had debuted and become 101th player to receive Cap in the T20I with this New Zealand Pakistan Series in April 18 2024.

New Zealand and Pakistan clashed in the 4th T20I match after the first match was abandoned and Pakistan clinched victory in the 2nd game dominating with the bowling while losing the third T20 match. 

Pakistan won the toss and elected to bowl first in the 4th T20I match played at Gaddafi Stadium where Tim Robinson and Tom Blundell came out to open for Pakistan. 

Both the opening batters give a solid start for New Zealand, Tom Blundell departed scoring 28 runs in 15 balls while Tim Robinson smashed a half-century in just 34 balls and departed scoring 51 runs in 36 deliveries with 4 fours and 2 sixes.

 The first T20 match was abandoned while Tim Robinson scored just 4 runs in 4 deliveries in the second T20 match against Pakistan, He smashed 28 runs in 19 balls in the 3rd match where New Zealand won the match. 

Pakistan posted 178 runs to the boards losing 7 wickets in 20 overs. Tim Robinson contributed 51 in 36 balls while another opening batter Tom Blundell contributed 28 runs in 15 balls.

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Dean Foxcroft managed 34 runs in 26 deliveries with 3 maximum. James Neesham remains unbeaten in 11 runs while playing 11 balls.

Michael Bracewell added 27 runs in 20 balls with 2 boundaries while the other 3 batters Mark Chapman, Ish Sodhi and Josh Clarkson couldn’t manage to get to the double-digit score.

What do you think from here can Pakistan chase down the target or it will be 2- 1 between New Zealand and Pakistan after New Zealand second win in the series?

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