Pakistan vs New Zealand 1st ODI 1990 Highlights

Watch the highlights of Pakistan vs New Zealand 1st ODI 1990 - New Zealand tour of Pakistan 3-match one-day international series of the 1st ODI match played between New Zealand and Pakistan at Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore in 02nd November 1990.

Opener Saeed Anwar's maiden ODI century and Part-time bowler Saleem Malik's maiden five-wicket haul to Pakistan secure a 19-run victory over New Zealand, despite a Ian Smith's fighting 31-ball 47 and take a 1-0 lead in a 40-over-side-a-game of the first ODI.

Match Stats : 
  • Saeed Anwar became the fourth Pakistan batsman to score a century against New Zealand in ODIs after Zaheer Abbas, Shoaib Mohammad and Ramiz Raja.
  • Saeed Anwar became the 11th Pakistan batsman to score a hundred in One-day internationals.
  • Saleem Malik became the second Pakistan bowler to take a five-wicket haul against New Zealand in ODIs after Waqar Younis' 5 for 20 at Sharjah earlier in this year.
  • Saleem Malik became the sixth Pakistan bowler to claimed a five-wicket haul in ODIs.

Pakistan scored 196-8 in the allotted 40 overs with top scorer by Saeed Anwar struck 101 off 115-balls - which was his 1st ODI hundred.

Saleem Malik, Manzoor Elahi each scored 17-runs and Akram Raza 13 not out.

New Zealand best bowler by Danny Morrison picked up 3-wickets for 28-runs in 8-overs, Willie Watson and Martin Snedden both took one-wicket.

New Zealand scored 177 for all-out in 39.2 overs with top scorer by Ian Smith hammered a 47 off 31-balls including 4-fours & a six with strike rate of 151.61.

Mark Greatbatch scored 36 off 43-balls including 2-fours, Martin Crowe hit 20 off 34-balls included 3-fours and Dipak Patel 16.

Pakistan best bowler by Saleem Malik claimed a career-best 5-wicket haul for 35-runs in 7-overs including two maidens, Manzoor Elahi took 2-wickets and one for Waqar Younis - Akram Raza.

Saeed Anwar named Player of the match for his dashing career-best 101-runs knocked off facing 115-balls including 11-fours.



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