Despite debutant McConchie's record fifty in the third ODI, Pakistan defeated New Zealand to win the series.

 Pakistan Defeated New Zealand  to win the   Series Commanding 3-0 series lead.

On May 3, 2023, in Karachi, Pakistan, Babar Azam, left, and his colleagues observe Pakistan's triumph over New Zealand in the third one-day worldwide cricket match.

In the third one-day worldwide, Pakistan's top-request players kept on sparkling as they crushed an underpowered New Zealand group by 26 hurries to take an ordering 3-0 series lead.


Cole McConchie's (64 not out) late counter-attack saw the 31-year-old smash Black caps speediest 50 years on ODI debut off 36 balls before the Kiwis were bowled out for 261 in the last over to lose their most paramount ODI series against Pakistan starting around 2011.


"We understood these wickets wouldn't be identical to Rawalpindi wickets, so it was fundamental to give respect," Imam said directly following being named player of the match. "We understood it was a 280-290 track. We were thinking about 260 yet my association with Babar helped with getting to a fair position."



Pakistan sought after down two significant totals in the underlying two ODIs at Rawalpindi, recalling its second-most critical compelling seek after for an ODI of 337 runs in the resulting game.


Pakistan make records in this series, 3:0 to clinch the victory against Black caps, In the most recent rankings, Zaman moved up eight spots to second place, trailing captain Babar Azam.


However, Young's run-out in the sixteenth over saw the middle solicitation covered by Pakistan spinners Shadab Khan and Mohammad Nawaz before Blundell likewise got run out while going momentarily run with Skipper Tom Latham.


Prior to being bowled by McConchie off Milne's full throw, Mohammad Rizwan struck 32 off 34 balls. Shadab Khan then, at that point, made a concise appearance of 21 off 10 balls and conveyed the best closure by hitting Henry for a six off the absolute last ball.


On Friday and Sunday, Karachi will have host the last two ODIs as New Zealand closes its white-ball visit.

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