Mohammad Wasim
After taking a hit in the second one-day international between Pakistan and New Zealand, Aleem Dar flung a shirt he was wearing on the ground.

The ball was picked up by Mohammad Wasim Jr., who then threw it and hit the umpire in the leg with it. Pakistan’s captain, Babar Azam, and others could be overheard giggling.

On Wednesday, a strange incident occurred during the second one-day international between Pakistan and New Zealand in Karachi. A toss from Pakistan’s Mohammad Wasim Jr. struck the right ankle of on-field umpire Aleem Dar. During the 36th over, Glenn Phillips hammered a shot off Haris Rauf to a deep square leg. Wasim caught the ball and tossed it, but it hit the umpire in the leg. Dar dropped a jersey he was wearing after taking a hit. Pakistani captain Babar Azam and others could be overheard giggling. Then Dar’s right leg was massaged by Naseem Shah.

Observe As A Pakistani Player Strikes The Umpire Inadvertently And The Official Winces In Pain

Spinner Mohammad Nawaz got four wickets to help Pakistan restrict New Zealand to 261 all out on Wednesday, after opener Devon Conway scored a century in the second day-night international in Karachi.

Nawaz concluded with 4 for 38 as New Zealand collapsed from a solid 183 for one in 29.5 overs to 206 for six, losing 5 wickets for 23 runs in 40 deliveries.

Pakistan won the first game of the three-game series on Monday, also in Karachi, by a score of six wickets.

After winning the toss and opting to bat first, New Zealand’s batsmen were buoyed by a 181-run partnership between Conway (101) and Kane Williamson (85), but they eventually collapsed against the spin of Nawaz.

The stand was broken when Conway was out caught off the final ball of the 30th over by fast bowler Naseem Shah (3-58).

Conway scored his second hundred in ODIs off 92 balls, with 13 fours and a six.

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