Pakistan marked its second straight win in the Super 12s of the T20 World Cup after defeating New Zealand on Tuesday by five wickets and eight balls to spare.

Haris Rauf took a career best 4-22 to restrict Black Caps to 134-8 in their 20 overs. What seemed to be an easy chase in the beginning, turned into trouble in the middle after Pakistan lost 3 wickets in the earlier stages of the game. However, after a super knock by Asif Ali and Shoaib Malik, the Green Shirts secured an easy win at the end.

Pakistan is now at the top of the table in their group with four points at a net run rate of 0.738. Afghanistan is placed at number two in the group, with two points from their win against Scotland, and a net run rate of 6.5.

New Zealand are at number four, above India and Scotland, with 0 points and a net run rate of -0.532.

As soon as Pakistan secured victory against New Zealand, the cricket fans stormed Twitter with their ‘security issue resolved’ memes to troll Kiwis after their defeat. The Pakistani fans also chanted ‘security’ slogans in the stadium soon after Pakistani secure victory.

Here are some of the hilarious memes the cricket fans shared on Twitter.

It’s England turn now.

Even Mohammad Hafeez made sure to troll Kiwis by dedicating the win to security forces of Pakistan.

New Zealand termed the night as Pakistan’s.


From : pk.mashable.com

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