Hasan Ali, a fast bowler, took his 100th wicket in his sixth ODI, making him the sixth-fastest Pakistani player to do so. In the ICC World Cup 2023 match that is being played today in Bengaluru, India, against New Zealand, the pacer did this. The fast bowler got the 100th wicket in ODI cricket by getting rid of Devon Conway. He is the Kiwi starter, who scored 35 runs in 39 balls.
Hasan Ali became 6th fastest cricketer to claim 100th wicket of (ODI) career
Taking 100 or more ODI wickets makes him the 22nd Pakistani bowler to do so. Shaheen Shah Afridi was the first to do so in the team’s most recent match against Bangladesh. The right-armer did a great job. It was after being put on the team as a cover for leg-spinner Usama Mir for today’s game.
Before the important World Cup match against New Zealand. The regular captain Kane Williamson returned from a thumb injury, Pakistan won the toss and chose to play. Williamson had surgery on his knee right before the event, but he played in the match against Bangladesh in Chennai on October 13. That’s when he broke his thumb, so he missed the rest of the games.
Shadab Khan, an all-rounder for Pakistan, still can’t play because he got a concussion in the one-wicket loss to South Africa. Along with Williamson, New Zealand also started spinner Ish Sodhi instead of injured seamer Matt Henry. Will Young was changed as captain, and Mark Chapman came in for James Neesham.
New Zealand is currently in fourth place in the 10-team table with eight points. They lost three of their first four games and then won their next four. Pakistan needs to win to stay in the running for a spot in the semi-finals. They currently have six points.