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    Fakhar Zaman helped Pakistan win a thrilling cricket match against New Zealand. He scored an unbeaten 180 runs, including 17 boundaries and six sixes. Pakistan chased down New Zealand’s total of 336/5 with 10 deliveries to spare.

    Fakhar broke several records during the match. He became the fourth Pakistani player to hit three consecutive ODI centuries and the fastest to reach 3000 ODI runs. Pakistan’s total score of 337/3 was their second-highest run chase in an ODI match. Captain Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan also played well, but it was Fakhar who stole the show.

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    New Zealand’s Daryl Mitchell scored 129 runs, including eight boundaries and three sixes. His score was the highest by a New Zealand player in an ODI match in Pakistan. However, Pakistan were cruising towards victory with Fakhar and Babar at the crease until the latter fell, followed by Abdullah Shafique. Rizwan then joined Fakhar and they guided Pakistan to victory, giving them a 2-0 lead in the five-game ODI series.

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