Twenty20 World Cup: Pakistan’s Struggle; 129 runs for the loss of seven wickets Pakistan 108 runs for the loss of four wickets

Melbourne: A poor start for Pakistan, who started repeating history in the Twenty20 World Cup cricket competition. After 18 overs, Pakistan are 129 for seven.

Opener Mohammad Rizwan, who scored 15 runs, was the first to lose his wicket. Mohammad Haris, who scored eight runs, was also dismissed later. When the score reached 84, captain Babar Azam, who scored 32 runs, also lost his wicket. Later, Iftikhar Ahmad returned before opening the account.