SHADAB KHAN BAGS CRUCIAL KANE WILLIAMSON WICKET IN WORLD CUP MATCH AGAINST NZ

New Zealand were jolted by Pakistani bowling attack after Shadab Khan bagged the crucial wicket of New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson in the 27th over in the World Cup clash at Edgbaston on Wednesday. The wicker came just as Williamson and teammate James Neesham were moving towards a partnership after New Zealand's top order crumbled before Pakistani bowlers. The Black Caps were five wickets down at the score of just 84. Earlier, they had...

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