DELHI – Pakistan beat New Zealand by ten wickets in his opening match of the Twenty20 Blind World Cup at New Delhi Siri Fort on Monday.
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Sent into bat first, New Zealand scored 112 runs for the loss of seven wickets. McCaskill (27) and Parveen Shankar made 12 runs. Muhammad Jamil took two wickets for 11 runs.
In reply, Pakistan achieved the target in just 7.2 overs without losing a wicket as Badar Munir smashed 92-run of 35 balls. Mohsin made 15 off 12 balls.
In the other match, India defeated Bangladesh by 129 runs in their opening match of the tournament.
Pakistan and India are leading the table and will face England and West Indies respectively on Tuesday.