England vs Pakistan Under-19 World Cup semi-final: Pakistan lose three in chase of 205
England strike with three wickets in quick succession.
Sami Aslam Photo Courtesy: Official Website of the ICC
Feb 24, 2014
Pakistan are in control of their run-chase against England in the ICC under-19 World Cup 2014 semi-final at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium. England were restricted to 204 after they batted first. Pakistan are 57 for two after 14 overs. Sami Aslam was dismissed by Rob Sayer for 18. Hasan Raza gave his wicket away with a simple catch to Sayer off skipper Will Rhodes’s bowling. Imam-ul-Haq too was out for 28.
Imam-ul-Haq, the opener got off to a good start. He struggled a touch with his hamstring, but continued batting and found the boundaries with ease. Sami Aslam got into his stride but was then dismissed for 18.
Imam has a hamstring issue but has been allowed to play. He might go for a scan after the game. But, by the looks of things, he is hitting the ball really well and literally batting on one leg.
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