Century of Fakhar Zaman, Pakistan victorious

Rawalpindi: Pakistan has won the first one-day match against New Zealand thanks to an excellent century by opener Fakhar Zaman. According to details, playing in Rawalpindi, Pakistan easily achieved the target of 289 runs given by New Zealand with a loss of 5 wickets. Opener Fakhar Zaman was outstanding for Pakistan, scoring a splendid century against the Kiwi team.
Fakhar Zaman scored 117 runs before being out, including 13 fours and a six in his attractive innings. Fakhar Zaman and Imam-ul-Haq had a 124-run opening partnership, with Imam-ul-Haq making 60 runs before being caught out. Captain Babar Azam scored 45 runs and became the second-fastest batter in international cricket to score 12,000 runs. Mohammad Rizwan remained not out after scoring 42 runs. Adam Milne took two wickets for New Zealand, while Blair Tickner, Ish Sodhi, and Rachin Ravindra took one wicket each. Earlier, in the first one-day match played in Rawalpindi, national team captain Babar Azam won the toss and invited the guest team to bat first.
The Kiwi team scored 288 runs with a loss of 7 wickets in the prescribed 50 overs. Devon Conway was the successful batsman for New Zealand, scoring a splendid century with 113 runs, while Will Young also played an excellent innings of 86 runs. Chad Bowes remained unbeaten after scoring 18 runs, while Tom Latham and Mark Chapman remained outstanding after scoring 20 and 15 runs respectively.

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