In the ODI Super League, New Zealand sounded the alarm for Pakistan.
Pakistan’s fourth position in the ICC Super League, which qualifies for the 2023 World Cup, is also under threat. New Zealand beat Ireland by 3 wickets in the second match on Tuesday to finish fifth in the Super League. Achieved the position, its number of points has increased to 80.
The first match against the Irish side was a thrilling one in which the Kiwis narrowly escaped an upset defeat, while in the second match Finn Allen and Tom Latham ensured that the Irish team could not even come close to victory, Ireland. In reply, Mark Adier dismissed Martin Guptill and Will Young to increase the pressure on the Kiwis. However, Allen scored 60 runs to lead the team to victory. With a clean sweep of victory in the third match, the Kiwis’ Super League points will be equal to 90 for fourth-ranked Pakistan. The Green Shirts have earned these points in 15 matches, while New Zealand Adding so many points in just 8 matches, with one more victory they can overtake Pakistan.
The top is still ruled by England, with 125 points, followed by Bangladesh with 120 points and the Afghan team with 100 points. India are currently seventh with 79 points from 12 matches.