Dion Conway’s fielding world went crazy
Four survived after a 50-meter run.
Still New Zealand lost by 6 wickets.
New Delhi. An interesting tri-series match between New Zealand and Pakistan was played in Christchurch on October 8. In this match, Pakistan won by six wickets. But during the match New Zealand wicketkeeper Dion Conway made everyone crazy with his excellent fielding. The video of which is going viral on social media.
In the 12th over of Pakistan’s innings in Christchurch, this wonderful fielding sight was seen. All-rounder Shadab Khan took the field alongside captain Babar Azam for Pakistan. Meanwhile, New Zealand’s Tim Southee had the ball in hand. On the fourth ball of the Saudi over, Shadab went towards the off-stump and played a scope shot. During this time there was a very good connection between the bat and the ball.
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As a result, the ball went out of the Gallup boundary but Conway, keeping wicket, made a long run of about 50 meters and dived to stop the ball with his foot. Anyone who saw this moment there was stunned for a moment. Conway saved two crucial runs in his team’s total thanks to this fine fielding.
Even the commentators sitting in the commentary box could not stop themselves from appreciating this brilliant fielding. Talking about the match, in response to New Zealand’s 147 runs, Pakistan scored 148 runs for the loss of four wickets in 18.2 overs and won the match. For Pakistan, Mohammad Rizwan and Shaan Masood returned to the pavilion cheaply. But captain Babar Azam (79*) stood firm at one end, and returned to the pavilion after guiding the team to victory.
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First Publication: October 09, 2022, 06:03 IST