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Watch: After Wasim hits Haris Rauf, an irate umpire throws Haris Rauf’s sweater, and then Naseem Shah does this to shock everyone

When Mohammad Wasim threw, he struck umpire Aleem Dar in the ankle, causing him to become visibly agitated. He threw Haris Rauf’s Pakistani sweater right away. The video was shared on PCB’s social media accounts.

The second One-Day International between Pakistan and New Zealand ended in a lopsided victory for New Zealand, but there were some dramatic moments.

One of these occurred when fast bowler and all-rounder Mohammad Wasim fielded and sent the ball flying toward the non-striker’s end, but it hit Aleem Dar’s right foot instead of the wickets.

The incident took place in the 36th over, during which Haris Rauf bowled. Glenn Phillips ran for one after firing a shot at deep square leg. Wasim took the ball and threw it at the side of the non-striker.

Dar was assessing whether the batters were running on the pitch when the ball slammed into his right foot close to the ankle.

He tried to evade the impact but it was too late. He threw bowler Haris Rauf’s sweater right away, making it clear that he was enraged by the situation. Which caught the attention of the commentators.
PCB posted the incident’s video to their social media accounts.

As Dar throws the sweater he had in his hands to the ground, Pakistan captain Babar Azam and Rauf can be seen smiling in the background. As Pakistan fast bowler Naseem Shah gave Dar a little foot rub, he noticed the irony in the situation.

In the second one-day international on Wednesday in Karachi. New Zealand defeated Pakistan by 79 runs thanks to the sparkling century of opener Devon Conway.

After losing the first ODI by six wickets, the Kiwis are now tied 1-1 in the series. Before a collapse that saw New Zealand lose nine wickets for 78 runs and be reduced to 261 all-out in 49.5 overs. The left-hander scored 101 runs and captain Kane Williamson hit 85.

Pakistan also lost wickets frequently, and the home team was dismissed for 182 despite a determined 79 from captain Babar Azam.

As Dar throws the sweater he had in his hands to the ground. Pakistan captain Babar Azam and Rauf can be seen smiling in the background. As Pakistan fast bowler Naseem Shah gave Dar a little foot rub, he noticed the irony in the situation.

In the second one-day international on Wednesday in Karachi. New Zealand defeated Pakistan by 79 runs thanks to the sparkling century of opener Devon Conway. After losing the first ODI by six wickets, the Kiwis are now tied 1-1 in the series.

Before a collapse that saw New Zealand lose nine wickets for 78 runs and be reduced to 261 all-out in 49.5 overs. The left-hander scored 101 runs and captain Kane Williamson hit 85.

Pakistan also lost wickets frequently, and the home team was dismissed for 182. Despite a determined 79 from captain Babar Azam.

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