New Zealand vs Pakistan, 1st Semi-Final - Live Cricket Score

ICC Men's T20 World Cup, 2022 | 9 Nov 2022, Wed, 1:30 PM IST | Sydney Cricket Ground

ResultPakistan won by 7 wickets


152/4 (20 ov)



153/3 (19.1 ov)

Man of the Match : Mohammad Rizwan

Finn AllenFinn Allenlbw b S Afridi4310133.33
Devon ConwayDevon Conwayrunout (SH Khan)212030105.00
Kane WilliamsonKane Williamsonb S Afridi464211109.52
Glenn PhillipsGlenn Phillipsc & b Mohammad Nawaz681075.00
Daryl MitchellDJ MitchellNot out533531151.43
James NeeshamJames NeeshamNot out161210133.33
Extra( b - 2, w - 0, no - 0, lb - 4, p - 0 )6
Total( 7.60 Runs per over )152 (4 Wkts, 20 Ov)

Fall of Wickets

4-1 (Finn Allen, 0.3), 38-2 (Devon Conway, 5.6), 49-3 (Glenn Phillips, 7.6), 117-4 (Kane Williamson, 16.2)

Shaheen Afridi40242006.00
Naseem Shah40300007.50
Haris Rauf40320008.00
Mohammad Wasim20150007.50
Shadab Khan40330008.25
Mohammad Nawaz20121006.00

Mohammad RizwanMohammad Rizwanc Glenn Phillips b Trent Boult574350132.56
Babar AzamBabar Azamc DJ Mitchell b Trent Boult534270126.19
Mohammad HarisMohammad Harisc Finn Allen b Mitchell Santner302621115.38
Shan MasoodShan MasoodNot out340075.00
Iftikhar AhmedIftikhar AhmedNot out00000.00
Extra( b - 4, w - 3, no - 0, lb - 3, p - 0 )10
Total( 7.98 Runs per over )153 (3 Wkts, 19.1 Ov)

Fall of Wickets

105-1 (Babar Azam, 12.4), 132-2 (Mohammad Rizwan, 16.6), 151-3 (Mohammad Haris, 18.6)

Trent Boult40332008.25
Tim Southee3.10240027.58
Lockie Ferguson40370019.25
Mitchell Santner40261006.50
Ish Sodhi40260006.50



ICC Men's T20 World Cup

Date & Time

9 Nov 2022, Wed, 1:30 PM IST


New Zealand won the toss & elected to bat


Sydney Cricket Ground


Marais Erasmus(South Africa), Richard Illingworth(England), Richard Kettleborough(England, TV)

Match Referee

Chris Broad(England)

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New Zealand

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New Zealand will lock horns with Pakistan in the 1st Semi-final of the T20 World Cup 2022 on Wednesday in Sydney. New Zealand topped their respective points table with three wins and a washout. In their last outing, the Kiwi team posted 185 and won by 35 runs against Ireland. The likes of Glenn Phillips and Tim Southee are the best performers for them.

Pakistan, on the other hand, have been inconsistent, but have picked up momentum with three successive victories. In their last fixture, they restricted Bangladesh to 127 and then chased down the total with 11 balls to spare. Players like Shaheen Afridi and Shadab Khan have been impressive with their performances for the Men in Green. 


Kane WilliamsonC
Daryl Mitchell
James Neesham
Mitchell Santner
Finn Allen
Devon Conwaywk
Glenn Phillips
Trent Boult
Lockie Ferguson
Ish Sodhi
Tim Southee


Martin Guptill
Mark Chapman
Michael Bracewell
Adam Milne

Babar AzamC
Shadab Khan
Haris Rauf
Iftikhar Ahmed
Mohammad Nawaz
Mohammad Rizwanwk
Mohammad Wasim
Naseem Shah
Shaheen Afridi
Shan Masood
Mohammad Haris


Asif Ali
Haider Ali
Khushdil Shah
Mohammad Hasnain
Usman Qadir
Shahnawaz Dahani
Fakhar Zaman