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Women’s World Cup: Pakistan’s 17th consecutive defeat, South Africa won the match by six runs

South Africa batted first and scored 223 runs in 50 overs for the loss of nine wickets. Pakistan’s team was bowled out for 217 runs in 49.5 overs in reply.

On Friday, South Africa defeated Pakistan by six runs in the Women’s World Cup’s ninth match. Pakistan captain Bismah Maroof won the toss and chose to bowl first in this match at Mount Maunganui. South Africa batted first and scored 223 runs in 50 overs for the loss of nine wickets. Pakistan’s team was bowled out for 217 runs in 49.5 overs in reply.

Pakistan’s team has now lost 17 games in a row.

Pakistan has now lost 17 games in a row in the Women’s ODI World Cup. Since March 16, 2009, the team has competed in 17 World Cup matches, losing all of them. Pakistan has competed in four World Cups during this time (including 2022).

At the same time, this is the South African team’s second win in a row. He had just defeated Bangladesh in his previous match. On March 14, the African team will face England in their next match. On March 14, the Pakistani team will also face the Bangladeshi team.

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South Africa won the match
South Africa won the match

The African team did not get off to a good start.

The South African team, who were given the opportunity to bat first, did not get off to a good start. For a total of 21 runs, the team lost two wickets. Lizelle Lee, the legendary batswoman, was dismissed after scoring two runs, and Tajim Britts also scored two runs. The African innings was handled by Wolvaardt and captain Sune Loos. For the third wicket, they put on an 89-run partnership.

Wolvaardt and Loos each scored 50 points.

In the meantime, Wolvaardt reached the half-century mark. She was bowled out for 75 runs in 91 balls. In his inning, Wolvaardt hit ten fours. Mignon Dupriz (0) and Marijane Kapp (7), on the other hand, were powerless. Captain Loos also reached 50, and she, along with Chloe Tryon and Trisha Shetty, led their team to 200 points.

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Fatima and Ghulam each had three wickets.

Chloe and Trisha each pitched a 31-run inning. Loos, on the other hand, was dismissed for 62 runs in 102 balls. In his innings, he hit two fours and a six. Shabnim Ismail has the potential to hit three home runs. Masabata Klas, on the other hand, remained unbeaten after scoring one run. For Pakistan, Fatima Sana and Ghulam Fatima each took three wickets. Diana Baig and Nashra Sandhu each took one wicket at the same time.

On the 26th, Pakistan was dealt two blows.

Pakistan was dealt two blows for a total of 26 runs. Captain Bismah Maroof was dismissed for zero and Sidra Amin was dismissed for 12. Shabnam Ismail delivered both of them to the pavilion. After that, Nahida Khan and Omam Sohail took over the innings. Between the two of them, they put on a 69-run third-wicket stand. After scoring 40 runs, Nahida was dismissed.

Omaima scores his third half-century in ODIs.

Omaima then went on to score his third half-century in ODIs. He and Nida Dar put on a 49-run partnership for the fourth wicket. Omaima was bowled out for 65 runs off 104 deliveries. Nida Dar also scored a half-century at the same time. None of the batsmen, however, could help him.

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