New Zealand vs Pakistan Only ODI 1989 Article

Read the article of New Zealand vs Pakistan Only ODI 1989 - Pakistan tour of Sri Lanka (Dunedin Test Replacement Match ) one & only one-day international match played between Pakistan and New Zealand at Carisbrook, Dunedin in 06th February 1989.

All-rounder Richard Hadlee's fifth five-wicket haul and Andrew Jones' unbeaten half-century steers to New Zealand comfortable eight-wicket victory over Pakistan in a low-scoring game of a Dunedin Test Replacement Match.

Match Stats : 
  • Richard Hadlee became the first New Zealand bowler to take a five-wicket haul against Pakistan in ODI cricket history.
  • Richard Hadlee's 5 for 38 was his fifth best bowling performance for New Zealand in One-day international and the best-bowling-figures by an New Zealand bowler against New Zealand in ODIs, surpassing the previous record of 4 for 34 held by his brother Dayle Hadlee at Christchurch in 1973.
  • Richard Hadlee became the first bowler to claimed a five five-wicket haul in ODI cricket history.

Pakistan scored 170-9 in the alloted 48 overs with top scorer by Saleem Malik struck 83 off 98-balls including 9-fours & 2-sixes, Imran Khan scored 22 off 31-balls included a boundary, Javed Miandad 16 and Mudassar Nazar 14.

New Zealand best bowler by Richard Hadlee claimed a 5-wickets for 38-runs in 10-overs, Martin Snedden and Willie Watson both took one-wickets.

New Zealand chased 174-2 in 46.3 overs with top scorer by Andrew Jones cracked a unbeaten 55 off 79-balls including 5-fours.

Bert Vance scored 46 off consuming 106-balls including two boundaries, John Wright hit 35 off 62-balls included three boundaries and Martin Crowe 17 not out.

Pakistan best bowler by Imran Khan and Sikander Bakht both took one-wickets.

Richard Hadlee named Player of the match for his pace bowling attack to claimed a 5-wicket haul for 38-runs in 10-overs with economy rate of 3.80.



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