New Zealand make 135-7 in first Twenty20

DUBAI: Corey Anderson hit his highest Twenty20 score of 48 to lead New Zealand to 135-7 in the first of two internationals against Pakistan in Dubai on Thursday.

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Put into bat, New Zealand were led by Anderson, Luke Ronchi (33) and Martin Guptill (32) after losing their first three wickets for just 15 runs.

Anderson hit four sixes and a boundary off 37 balls and added 51 for the fifth wicket with Ronchi.

For Pakistan, left-arm pacemen Sohail Tanvir finished with 2-24 and Mohammad Irfan took 2-27.

The second Twenty20 international will also be played in Dubai on Friday. -AFP

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New Zealand make 135-7 in first Twenty20

by Zohaib Kazmi