Pakistan won the match by 84 runs by the knock of Shoaib Malik with 5 sixes and one four. He started his arrogant game on the base laid by Fakhar Zaman who slammed 33 runs off 25 balls. He was supported by Ahmed Shehzad who scored 24 runs off 22 balls. This duo added 60 runs for the first-wicket stand.
The middle order did not make any negotiable contribution but Shoaib Malik made a great contribution of 49 runs in that situation and he led the team’s scoreboard to 166/6.
He scored 6 T20I runs more than Virat Kohli. He scored 1,989 runs in T20Is. He stood behind Martin Guptill 2,271 runs and Brendon Mc Cullum 2,140 runs who scored highest T20I runs.
Usman Khan picked 2 wickets from his first 8 balls. He picked 2 wickets and conceded only 4 runs. Richie Berrington scored 20 runs off 15 balls and Calum MacLeod, the hero of the game against England slammed 27 runs off 25 balls. Faheem Ashraf dismissed both these batsmen and he picked 3 wickets by conceding 5 runs in total. Shayan Sharif and Mark Watt were run out and the other batsmen of Scotland did not contribute to the score of the team.
Pakistan 166/6 in 20 overs, Fakhar Zaman 33, Ahmed Shehzad 24,and Shoaib Malik 49*, Chris Sole 2/38, Michael Liesk 3/31.
Scotland 82 in 14.4 overs, Richie Berrington 20, Calum Mc Leod 27, Usman Khan 2/4, Faheem Ashraf 3/5.
Pakistan won the game by 84 runs. Usman Khan won the player of the match award.