Pakistan vs Hong Kong Live Score, Asia Cup 2022: Fakhar Zaman departs, focus on Mohammad Rizwan as PAK aim big finish
Pakistan vs Hong Kong, Asia Cup 2022 Live Score: The outcome of the match will decide the fourth team in Super 4. Follow LIVE updates of PAK vs HKG
Pakistan vs Hong Kong, Asia Cup 2022 Live Score: Hong Kong, who opted to field first, have so far kept things under control against Pakistan in the Asia Cup match at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium on Friday evening. Spinner Ehsan Khan removed Pakistan skipper Babar Azam cheaply on 9(8). Following the dismissal Fakhar Zaman and Mohammad Rizwan have rebuilt the Pakistan innings as they reached 58/1 after 9 overs. Both the teams have fielded unchanged playing XI in this do-or-die encounter. While Pakistan stand as the clear favourites to win the match, Hong Kong will be aim for the biggest upset of the tournament. Both the nations had endured defeat against India in their opening encounter. The Men In Blue have already advanced to Super Four stage and the outcome of this contest will determine the second team from Group A, who will continue further in the continental tournament. Catch the LIVE updates of PAK vs HKG, Asia Cup 2022 LIVE score updates:
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- Fri, 02 Sep 2022 09:12 PMPAK vs HKG LIVE score: Ehsan Khan, the most successful bowler from Hong Kong campEhsan Khan, who scalped both the Pakistan wickets, completes his quota. He concedes eight runs in his final over and a total of 28 in his four. PAK: 164/2 (19 overs)
- Fri, 02 Sep 2022 09:08 PMPAK vs HKG LIVE score updates: Ayush Shukla, Hong Kong pacer, feels the heat20-year-old Ayush Shukla is feeling the pressure. He runs to bowl the 18th over, but starts with a couple of wides, before Khushdil whacks him for a maximum. He once again bowls an extra, while delivering the third ball and the same continues as he bowls a total of four wides in his over. One wide even resulted in five extra runs as the ball passed through the wicketkeeper’s legs for a four. 18 runs come off the over as Pakistan reach 156/2 after 18 overs.
- Fri, 02 Sep 2022 09:01 PMPAK vs HKG LIVE score updates: Khushdil Shah is the new man inEhsan Khan concedes nine runs as Pakistan reach 138/2 after 17th over. Khushdil Shah is the new man in the middle.
- Fri, 02 Sep 2022 08:58 PMPAK vs HKG LIVE blog: Fakhar Zaman departs after completing 50A big over for Pakistan. It started with Fakhar Zaman smashing Yasim Murtaza for a four and then he hits him for a six to bring up his fifty. However, his inning comes to an end in the first ball of the next over bowled by Ehsan Khan. He charges down the track, but plays the ball straight to Aizaz Khan at point. He departs after scoring 53(41)PAK: 129/2 (16.1 overs)
- Fri, 02 Sep 2022 08:50 PMPAK vs HKG LIVE blog: 100 run partnershipA welcome boundary for Pakistan as Fakhar Zaman gets down and his knees and smashes it for a six over the deep mid-wicket fence. 12 runs come from the over as Fakhar and Rizwan stitch 103-run partnership off 74 balls for the second wicket. PAK: 116/1 (15 overs)
- Fri, 02 Sep 2022 08:45 PMAsia Cup 2022, PAK vs HKG LIVE updates: Rizwan slams 50Mohammad Rizwan scores 50 in 42 balls. The boundaries are not coming so both the batters have changed their focus to strike rotation. Meanwhile, 11 runs come off the over bowled by Yasim Murtaza as Pakistan edge past the 100-run mark.
- Fri, 02 Sep 2022 08:40 PMPAK vs HKG LIVE updates: Batters try to switch gearSlightly expensive over by Mohammad Ghazanfar as he concedes 10 runs in his over. PAK: 93/1 (13 overs)
- Fri, 02 Sep 2022 08:36 PMPAK vs HKG LIVE updates: Clinical stuff by Hong KongAizaz Khan bowls his second over and concedes just seven runs in it. Meanwhile, the partnership between Rizwan and Fakhar move to 70(56) as PAK reach 83/1 after 12 overs.
- Fri, 02 Sep 2022 08:30 PMPAK vs HKG LIVE score updates: Rizwan hits a sixAs expected the Pakistan batters are now targeting the boundaries. After a couple of big hits, which didn’t reach the boundary ropes, Rizwan dances down the track and whacks the fifth ball by Mohammad Ghazanfar for a six over the bowler’s head. PAK: 76/1 (11 overs)