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Black Caps win final ODI against Pakistan by 47 runs, but lose series 4-1

Black Caps win final ODI against Pakistan by 47 runs, but lose series 4-1

New Zealandโ€™s cricket team, the Black Caps, won the fifth ODI against Pakistan by 47 runs in Karachi, but lost the series 4-1. After winning the toss

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New Zealandโ€™s cricket team, the Black Caps, won the fifth ODI against Pakistan by 47 runs in Karachi, but lost the series 4-1. After winning the toss, New Zealand chose to bat and scored 299 runs before being bowled out in the final over. In reply, Pakistan were dismissed for 252 runs in the 47th over, despite a defiant unbeaten 94 from all-rounder Iftikhar Ahmed. New Zealand’s Henry Shipley took three wickets for 34 runs and Rachin Ravindra three wickets for 65 runs. The Black Caps captain, Tom Latham, said the game provided โ€œa great opportunity for all of them to experience these conditionsโ€. Fakhar Zaman was named player of the series.

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