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PAK vs NED: Mohammad Rizwan and Agha Salman guided Pakistan to seven-wicket win over Netherlands in 2nd ODI

  • Pakistan beat the Netherlands by seven wickets in Rotterdam.
  • Agha Salman hit his first ODI fifty with an unbeaten half-century.
  • Adil De Leede and Tom Cooper hit half-centuries for the Dutch but only one other batsman reached double figures.

PAK vs NED: Mohammad Rizwan and Agha Salman both made unbeaten half-centuries to help Pakistan beat the Netherlands by seven wickets in the second one-day international on Thursday in Rotterdam. This win wrapped up the series win for Pakistan.

The best ODI batsman in the world, Babar Azam, is the captain of Pakistan. He scored 57 runs off 65 balls before Rizwan and Salman led the tourists to victory with 16.2 overs to spare.

Dutch seamer Vivian Kingma quickly got rid of Pakistan’s openers Fakhar Zaman and Imam-ul-Haq, and the team struggled early on. However, Azam and Rizwan got things back on track, and Salman finished the game by hitting his first ODI fifty.

In the first ODI, Zaman scored 109 runs. Kingma caught and bowled him for three runs, and four balls later, Imam was fooled into a bad shot, putting Pakistan down to 11-2.

Azam got to fifty for the 38th time in 89 ODIs, but he top-edged off-spinner Aryan Dutt to Bas de Leede at midwicket, ending an 88-run partnership with wicketkeeper Rizwan.

Rizwan was pretty careful as he scored 69 runs off of 82 deliveries. This was in contrast to Salman, who showed off by hitting the last ball of the game for six to finish 50 not out in just his second ODI.

In the second game of a three-game series, the Netherlands were out after scoring 186 runs. Both Haris Rauf and Mohammad Nawaz got three wickets.

De Leede (89) and Tom Cooper (66) both hit hard-fought half-centuries, which helped the Dutch come back from being down 8-3. However, only one other batsman for the hosts reached double figures.

In the second over, Naseem Shah got rid of Vikramjit Singh by getting him to edge behind. Max O’Dowd did the same thing when he drove Rauf straight to Azam at mid-off.

Wesley Barresi, who was 38 years old, was bowled out for three by Naseem, just two days after scoring two runs in his first international game since 2019.

De Leede and Cooper worked to get things back in order by putting 109 runs between the fourth and fifth wickets.

Cooper hit seven fours and two sixes before giving left-arm spinner Nawaz an easy return catch and getting out for 66.

His dismissal led to the loss of three wickets in a short amount of time. Captain Scott Edwards was caught behind by Nawaz for five, and Teja Nidamanuru was caught behind by Rauf without scoring.

Shadab Khan got his first wicket when Logan van Beek holed out to Naseem on the long-off boundary for 13.

Tim Pringle got a second straight duck after Mohammad Wasim pinned his leg, and Nawaz got his third victim when he got one past Dutt’s defence.

The last person out was De Leede, who had 89 runs. Zaman caught him while he was trying to clear long-on, and Rauf finished with 3-16. The Dutch innings was over in 44.1 overs.

The first game was won by Pakistan by 16 runs. The last episode of the series will be on Sunday at the same place.

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