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Pakistan in WC Finals: Watch Wasim Akram, Waqar Younis, Shoaib Malik turns the TV studio into a dancefloor as Pakistan enter FINALS of ICC T20 World CUP: Check OUT

Pakistan in WC Finals: Watch Wasim Akram, Waqar Younis, Shoaib Malik turns the TV studio into a dancefloor as Pakistan enter FINALS of ICC T20 World CUP: Check OUT

Pakistan in WC Finals – Akram Waqar Dance: Pakistan on Wednesday entered FINALS of the T20 World CUP after mauling NewZealand. The entire cricket fraternity in Pakistan celebrated the win. But some special scenes were witnessed in one of the TC Channel Studio. TV hosts and pundits such as Shoaib Malik, Wasim Akram, Waqar Younis, […]

Pakistan in WC Finals – Akram Waqar Dance: Pakistan on Wednesday entered FINALS of the T20 World CUP after mauling NewZealand. The entire cricket fraternity in Pakistan celebrated the win. But some special scenes were witnessed in one of the TC Channel Studio. TV hosts and pundits such as Shoaib Malik, Wasim Akram, Waqar Younis, Misbah-ul-Haq all danced like crazy at Ten Sports Studio after Pakistan won the match. CHECK OUT

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NZ vs PAK Highlights: Babar Azam & Mohammad Rizwan power Pakistan to BIG FINAL, beat NZ by 7 wickets, Watch T20 WC Semifinals Highlights

Watch Wasim Akram, Waqar Younis, Shoaib Malik turns the TV studio into a dancefloor as Pakistan enter FINALS of ICC T20 World CUP: Check OUT

New Zealand batted first and set a competitive total as Pakistan were only able to take four wickets in the innings.

Daryl Mitchell went well with the bat as he top-scored for his side with 53 not out off of 35 balls, Kane Williamson also batted well with an impressive 46 off 42 balls.

However, the total was chased down by Pakistan’s top order as openers Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan roared back into form combining in a century stand to put the 2009 champions into the final.

 

Both of them scored half-centuries in rapid time as Babar only needed 38 balls and Rizwan went even quicker needing only 36 deliveries.

Babar said after their victory: “Such up and down in form is part and parcel of the game, every player goes through such phases.

“I could not perform well in the first three matches but it could not shake my belief in myself. My team-mates also kept their faith in me.”

Rizwan was caught in the deep after making 57 having put Pakistan on the brink of their victory.

“When you perform, it’s very satisfying and I try to perform every time I go out.

“Today both Rizwan and I decided to attack in the powerplay… it gave us momentum which we didn’t drop.”

The win means that Pakistan will face either England or India in the final which is set to be held at Australia’s MCG stadium on Sunday.

Captain Jos Buttler’s side take on India tomorrow at the Adelaide Oval at 8 am in the morning UK time.

Watch NZ vs PAK Highlights with InsideSport.IN

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