Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

Sporting ExcitementSporting Excitement

Cricket

Watch TV hosts’ brilliant dance live on air to celebrate Pakistan’s T20 win over New Zealand

, Watch TV hosts’ brilliant dance live on air to celebrate Pakistan’s T20 win over New Zealand

PAKISTAN’S cricket pundits were so overjoyed by their win over New Zealand in the T20 World Cup semi-final they turned the TV studio into a dancefloor.

The Shaheens progressed to the final after chasing down a target of 153.

Pakistan edge past New Zealand to spark jubilant scenes in the TV studio back home

Pakistani TV hosts danced after watching their side reach the T20 World Cup final

, Watch TV hosts’ brilliant dance live on air to celebrate Pakistan’s T20 win over New Zealand
The whole panel got involved in the dance while still live on TV

The TV hosts and pundits on Ten Sports, which is based in Karachi, were jubilant after the winning runs were hit and were seen busting out some impressive moves in their studio.

New Zealand batted first and set a competitive total as Pakistan were only able to take four wickets in the innings.

Daryl Mitchell went well with the bat as he top-scored for his side with 53 not out off of 35 balls, Kane Williamson also batted well with an impressive 46 off 42 balls.

Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading.

However, the total was chased down by Pakistan’s top order as openers Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan roared back into form combining in a century stand to put the 2009 champions into the final.

Both of them scored half-centuries in rapid time as Babar only needed 38 balls and Rizwan went even quicker needing only 36 deliveries.

Babar said after their victory: “Such up and down in form is part and parcel of the game, every player goes through such phases.

“I could not perform well in the first three matches but it could not shake my belief in myself. My team-mates also kept their faith in me.”

Rizwan was caught in the deep after making 57 having put Pakistan on the brink of their victory.

“When you perform, it’s very satisfying and I try to perform every time I go out.

“Today both Rizwan and I decided to attack in the powerplay… it gave us momentum which we didn’t drop.”

The win means that Pakistan will face either England or India in the final which is set to be held at Australia’s MCG stadium on Sunday.

Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading.

Captain Jos Buttler’s side take on India tomorrow at the Adelaide Oval at 8 am in the morning UK time.

Advertisement
Advertisement

Latest

Boxing

BOXING fans have been left outraged after the record cost to buy Floyd Mayweather’s exhibition bout with Aaron Chalmers on pay-per-view was announced. Former...

Golf

GARETH BALE is making a dramatic PGA Tour debut – just 23 days after quitting football. The Wales and Real Madrid legend, 33, recovered...

Boxing

JOE JOYCE wants to lose his rag and wipe the floor with China’s giant Zhilei Zhang. The 37-year-old Putney Juggernaut faces the giant 39-year-old...

Boxing

OLEKSANDR USYK has taken to his SWIMMING POOL to continue his trolling of Tyson Fury. The undefeated Ukrainian is on the brink of finalising...

Boxing

CHRIS EUBANK JR is set to activate the rematch clause placed in his contract to face Liam Smith. The Brighton bruiser suffered a brutal...

Boxing

IT is fair to say stunning Ebanie Bridges has transcended the world of boxing. Sure, she has conquered the sport – and is currently...

Advertisement
Advertisement

Facebook

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement