The fourth T20I of the five-match series in Rawalpindi was abandoned due to wind. At the start of the match, New Zealand scored 165 runs for 5 wickets in 18.5 overs. After that, it was not possible to play the game when it rained.
Pakistan won the toss at the start of the match and sent New Zealand into bat first. Kiwis did not start well when they came to bat. Opener and team leader Tom Latham returned with 13 runs. Besides, Will Young was out for 6 runs and Darryl Mitchell was out for 3 runs.
However, Chad Bowes and Mark Chapman continued to play brilliantly in the fourth wicket partnership. As a result, the team scores increased. This Muay Thai batsman has seen half a century. Opener Bowes was dismissed for 54 off 38 balls after completing his fifty. And in the next wicket, Rachin Ravindro scored 8 runs from 12 balls.
Meanwhile Mark Chapman remains undefeated in the end. He scored 71 runs from 42 balls with 10 fours and a six.
Pakistan lead the five-match series 2-1. Pakistan and New Zealand will play the fifth and final T20 of the series in Rawalpindi on April 24.