Due to hard-hitting from the middle-order batters, Pakistan scored 185 runs in their fourth T20 World Cup 2022 match at Sydney Cricket Ground in Australia.
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Pakistan batted first and lost both openers, Mohammad Rizwan and Babar Azam, instantly, but Mohammad Haris hit some spectacular strokes to set the stage for a big score.
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When it looked like the Men in Green would set a lower target, Iftikhar Ahmed and Shadab Khan scored 51 and 52 runs, respectively, while Mohammad Nawaz and Mohammad Haris each scored 28 runs. In addition to scoring 51 off 35 balls and hitting two maximums and three boundaries, Iftikhar Ahmad also struck the longest six of the Super 12s stage by hitting 106 meters at midwicket.