Pakistan vs England MCG Attendance 80,462 2022 T20 World Cup Final Crowd November 13

A crowd of 80,462 were present at the MCG for the 2022 T20 World Cup final between Pakistan and England on November 13, 2022 (Sunday). It was however a lower crowd than the 90,293 fans who were in attendance for India vs Pakistan and 82,507 for India vs Zimbabwe earlier in the tournament in the group stages. It was also a lower attendance than the 86,174 crowd who turned up for the Australia vs India T20 Womens World Cup final at this venue two years ago.

It was also a smaller crowd than the 87,182 who watched the 1992 50 over World Cup final between these two very teams (Pak v Eng) at the G.

England won the final by beating Pakistan.

Pak vs Eng MCG 2022 Attendance

Pakistan vs New Zealand SCG Attendance 36,443 T20 World Cup 2022 Semifinal November 9, 2022

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The parallels to 1992 keep on increasing, and just as it had happened in that Oceania hosted World Cup, Pakistan beat New Zealand in the first semi-final today at the SCG in front of a crowd of 36,443 to book their spot in Sunday’s final in Melbourne. They will meet either England (whom they beat in the 1992 final at the MCG) or arch rivals India, who beat them at the same venue three weeks ago in the group stages in front of a 90,293 strong crowd.

SCG Attendance PAK vs NZ 2022

The 36,443 fans in attendance for this Pakistan v Black Caps SF was also a record crowd for Sydney at this tournament, beating the 36,426 who had turned up for India against the Netherlands. It also comfortably bettered the 30,351 who watched Pakistan beat South Africa at this ground last week.

Pakistan vs Black Caps Sydney SF

It was a comfortable win for Pakistan. New Zealand won the toss and opted to bat, but never quite got going. Shaheen Afridi, who has looked more and more like his past self as this tournament has gone on, trapped the dangerous Finn Allen LBW in the first over. A lovely piece of fielding from Shadab Khan accounted for Devon Conway and SCG centurion Glenn Phillips made only 6 before he gave an easy return catch to Mohammed Nawaz. The Black Caps managed were 59/3 at the half way mark in their innings. Continue reading “Pakistan vs New Zealand SCG Attendance 36,443 T20 World Cup 2022 Semifinal November 9, 2022”

Pakistan vs South Africa SCG Attendance 30,351 2022 T20 World Cup November 3 Sydney Match Report

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A fine all round performance from Shadab Khan kept Pakistan’s slim hopes of semi-final qualification alive as they beat South Africa in front of a 30,351 strong crowd at the Sydney Cricket Ground. The Islamabad United star smashed a quickfire 52 (22) with the bat and added 82 in 6 overs with Iftikhar Ahmed after Pakistan had been reduced to 95/5 in 13 overs.

Shadab’s first over with the ball also saw him pick up Temba Bavuma and Aiden Markram, and that double wicket over was crucial as it came just before rain interrupted play. The two wickets saw South Africa fall way behind on DLS, and when it resumed, they were left needing 73 off the last five, an almost impossible task given that four of them were to be bowled by the Pakistani quicks.

Earlier, Pakistan won the toss and decided to bat, but again lost Mohammad Rizwan cheaply. Muhammad Haris, only playing because the injured Fakhar Zaman had been ruled out of the tournament, however gave the innings some much needed impetus as he hit 28 in just 11 balls. Haris was particularly severe on Kagiso Rabada, hitting the latter for two sixes and a four in the same over. Anrich Nortje however trapped him in front, and the wickets of Babar and Shan Masood followed immediately after, leaving Pakistan at 43/4.

South Africa had however left out Keshav Maharaj to include Tabraiz Shamsi, and Pakistan slowly started to wrest control back in the period that the spinner and Rabada were bowling. Mohammad Nawaz looked good in his 22 ball 28, but was LBW to Shamsi- there was an obvious inside edge but he chose not to take the review as Ngidi had run him out anyway. Continue reading “Pakistan vs South Africa SCG Attendance 30,351 2022 T20 World Cup November 3 Sydney Match Report”

India vs Pakistan MCG Attendance 90,293 Group 2 Super 12 T20 World Cup Melbourne October 23 Match Report 2022

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Virat Kohli scored a spectacular 82 as India beat Pakistan in a last ball thriller in their Super 12 clash at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Sunday, with a massive 90,293 crowd present at the venue.

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Here are the kits that will be worn by the teams participating in the T20 World Cup 2022.

The T20 World Cup has 2 groups ( Group 1 & Group 2) in the main Super 12 event, with eight teams automatically qualifying for the event.

There were also two qualifying groups of eight teams (first round) from which four (Sri Lanka, Netherlands, Ireland and Zimbabwe) advanced to the Super 12.

Super 12 Group 1 features England, Australia, New Zealand, Afghanistan, Sri Lanka & Ireland while Group 2 has India, Pakistan, South Africa, Bangladesh, Zimbabwe & Netherlands

New Zealand T20 World Cup Kit by Canterbury (Black Caps jersey sponsor ANZ)

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25 run Ish Sodhi over costs Black Caps dear as Pakistan win 2022 Tri Series final in Chch

A poor fourth over from Ish Sodhi, which saw the leg spinner carted for three sixes by Mohammed Nawaz and Haider Ali, cost New Zealand dear as they lost the Tri-Series final to Pakistan in Christchurch earlier today.

The Black Caps appeared to be in control of the game when Pakistan needed 67 off the final 6, with Trent Boult having conceded only four runs in his previous over and Mohammad Rizwan and Babar Azam both back in the pavillion.

Sodhi had been expensive in his first three overs, conceding 33 in them, and somewhat bizarrely, Williamson chose to make him complete his quota of four instead of getting the extra over in from one of Neesham, Phillips or even Chapman. Sodhi went on to concede 2,4,6,1,6,6 in that fourth over, and Pakistan’s equation became 42 off 30 balls. That in turn became 34 off 28 when young Haider struck back to back boundaries off Tim Southee in the next over, and the game was done as a contest then, with the visitors coasting to victory.

PK NZ

On the evidence of this game, Sodhi might find it difficult to make the starting XI at the World Cup. Michael Bracewell outbowled him, taking twice as many wickets and conceding half the runs in this series. Even in this game, Bracewell’s four overs went for just 14 runs, and he picked up both Babar and Shan Masood. In comparison, Sodhi ended up going for 58 in his four- the most a NZ spinner has ever conceded in a T20 international game.

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