PIC vs GEK

Author : A Smith | Created : 2022-07-01 06:26:00

PIC vs GEK

Introduction

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PIC won the toss and elected to bat. This was a good move as they have so many good batsmen.

The opening pair of KH and SRK started off slowly, but they soon got going. SRK was looking in great touch and had scored a few boundaries before he was out caught by SANGSTER on the boundary. This brought out KD to join KH who was still batting well. KD also got off to a good start hitting 4 fours in his first 10 balls that were bowled at him before becoming LBW to AULAKI who got his second wicket of the day.

Tariq Iqbal and Ahsan Qadir opened the batting. They both looked in excellent touch.

Tariq Iqbal and Ahsan Qadir opened the batting. They both looked in excellent touch, as they dominated the first few overs by scoring freely at a run rate of 6.5 runs per over. Unfortunately for them, their good start was only able to score 13 runs between them before both were caught and bowled by Yasir Ali with his very first two balls of the match.

They are the only Pakistani batsmen to score more than 20 runs during this game, which is unfortunate given that Pakistan won by 186 runs!

After Tariq’s dismissal, however, the middle order collapsed. All the batsmen got out for single figures.

However, the middle order collapsed and all the batsmen got out for single figures. Tariq Iqbal was out for a duck, Ahsan Qadir 10 and Shahid Qadir 9. Waqas Rathore had managed to put on 20 runs with Faisal Mehmood when he was dismissed by Sohail Tanvir after lunch.

Waqas Rathore had put on 6 with Faisal Mehmood before getting bowled by Sohail Tanvir earlier in the day but could only manage 4 today before being caught at short leg off Saeed Ajmal's bowling in what turned out to be Pakistan's final over of the innings.

At the fall of their eighth wicket, Corfu thought this would be an easy win, but then Waqas Rathore came in with a plan.

At the fall of their eighth wicket, Corfu thought this would be an easy win. From here on out, it looked like it would be only a matter of time before they sealed the deal. However, Waqas Rathore came in with a plan that was meant to make the game even more exciting and unpredictable.

He started off with a flurry of boundaries and quick runs that kept Corfu guessing what he was up to. He made them think he had something special planned for them—something which would drastically change the course of events in favor of his team! But then he slowed down his pace, stopped hitting boundaries and took his side toward safety by playing defensively with some sensible batting techniques such as rotating strike and keeping runs down (read: not trying too hard for big hits).

Corfu could not believe this turnaround since they had thought that their victory was assured when everyone else got out cheaply but now they were left wondering whether or not they should continue attacking while chasing 120+.

Waqas took on the bowling attack and with some expert hitting took PIC to a respectable 183 for 9 at the end of 20 overs.

Waqas Rathore was the top scorer for PIC, hitting six fours and three sixes in the match. He scored 53 runs in 25 balls before being out on the last ball of PIC’s innings.

Waqas Rathore was out on 53 runs off just 25 balls. His innings included six fours and three sixes! This is exactly what PIC needed after that collapse.

The bowling attack of GEK Corfu also put in a great performance. Mohammad Hanif took 3 wickets, while all the other bowler took 2 wickets each

The bowling attack of GEK Corfu also put in a great performance. Mohammad Hanif took 3 wickets, while all the other bowler took 2 wickets each. Hanif's 3 wickets were all bowled and came in the 15th, 18th and 22nd over respectively. The first one was of Qadir (19) who got trapped leg before by a ball that swung away from him. Rathore (33) was then caught by Robin Singh off a googly from Hanif on his way to make his third fifty in four games this season as he scored 56 runs off 82 balls with 5 fours and 2 sixes to help his team reach 200/8 after 20 overs at the end of their innings. The last one was taken by Hanif himself when he managed to trap Qadir LBW again with another ball that jagged away from him but this time it was too high up for him to get any bat on it

In response, Corfu put up their best batting performance of the season so far, scoring 184 runs with 7 balls to spare! Kamran Ali top scored with 48 runs followed closely by Sohail Azeem who made 45 runs at his first competitive match of the season! He will surely be pushing for a regular place in the team now!;

In response, Corfu put up their best batting performance of the season so far, scoring 184 runs with 7 balls to spare! Kamran Ali top scored with 48 runs followed closely by Sohail Azeem who made 45 runs at his first competitive match of the season! He will surely be pushing for a regular place in the team now!;

The bowling was led by Kamran Ali who took 2 wickets for 16 runs (7 overs) followed by Shamsher Ali who took 1 wicket for 14 runs (5 overs).

Conclusion

Overall, a great game of cricket that was well fought by both teams. Corfu will be delighted with their batting performance, while PIC will be disappointed to lose after looking like they could win at one point in the match.