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Pakistan was reprimanded with a monetary penalty for not completing their overs within the allotted time versus New Zealand in the World Cup.

ess and the ICC fine with no formal hearing necessary. iamson (71), Ross Taylor (63) and Tom Latham’s (43) valiant efforts. The International Cricket Council has eliminated the need of a formal hearing due to the penalty imposed on Pakistan for their slow over-rate against New Zealand. The match referees Paul Wilson and Richard Kettleborough, the third umpire Richard Illingworth, and the fourth umpire Joel Wilson had put forward the charge. Pakistan secured a victory by 21 runs (DLS method) against New Zealand aiding a rain-disrupted match.

Fakhar Zaman (126*) and skipper Babar Azam (66*) gave a superb batting display putting the Green Shirts ahead on the DLS score until the match was called off. Prior to the game, the Black Caps posted 401-6, the second-highest total of the tournament, as a result of Rachin Ravindra (108), Kane Wiliamson (71), Ross Taylor (63) and Tom Latham’s (43) contributions. Pakistan are now preparing for their next match which is against England on November 11 at Eden Gardens, Kolkata. The International Cricket Council has done away with the need for a hearing due to the penalty put in place.

Paul Wilson and Richard Kettleborough, Richard Illingworth, and Joel Wilson were the referees that declared the penalty. On the back of Fakhar Zaman and Babar Azaus’s batting display, Pakistan was 21 runs ahead in the DLS score, leading them to victory in a game disrupted by rain. Earlier in the match, the New Zealand side put up 401-6, the second highest total in the tournament, with help from Rachin Ravindra, Kane Wiliamson, Ross Taylor and Tom Latham. Pakistan is now preparing for a game against England on November 11 at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata.

Willson (95) and Phillips (41) had a significant effect. Chapman (39), Mitchell (29) and Santner (26) all did an essential job. The New Zealand cricket team are scheduled to contest an imperative game against Sri Lanka on November 9, at the same venue they just played in. A win by the Black Caps may leave the Azam-led side with a tough contest ahead.

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