New Zealand won the T-20 series over Pakistan thanks to Finn Allen's record-breaking inning of 137 runs.

New Zealand won the T-20 series over Pakistan thanks to Finn Allen’s record-breaking inning of 137 runs.

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He said he’s working on trying to spend more time down the middle while still being explosive.

“It’s a part of both, you know, picking my moments when to go and also picking the bowlers. For me, playing the ball on its merits and hitting it where it’s supposed to go, that’s something That’s what I’m trying to do,” she said.

Mitch Santner, standing in as New Zealand captain for the injured Kane Williamson, said the innings went according to plan.

“The way he constructed his innings, we talked about trying to do it for as long as possible, and he did that for a long time today.”

The opener’s 137 is the highest score by a New Zealander in T20 Internationals, surpassing the previous best score of 123 by Brendon McCullum, and surpassing Afghanistan’s Hazratullah Zazai’s world record of 16 sixes in an innings. Has equaled.

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