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Two Pakistani players - pacer Naseem Shah and all-rounder Salman Ali Agha - made their one-day international (ODI) debut in Netherland vs Pakistan ODI Match.

Two Pakistani players, Naseem Shah and Salman Ali Agha made their One-Day International debut. Naseem Shah has left his mark as a pacemaker, while Salman Ali Agha is all the more well known as an all-rounder.

Babar Azam leading the Pakistan ODI crew is good to go to highlight in the very first bilateral series against the Netherlands. Pakistan, at present, positioned fourth, is good to go for confronting the host side again on August 18 and 21.

The Recently Presented Players Reported Their Inclusion With Much Power and Energy.

“I can’t communicate my sentiments. This is a memorable day for myself and my family,”

Agha said, noticing that the main part of the team is that it is joined together and there is consensus.

Shah said his dream is to address Pakistan has finally come true in the interim.

“During the debut match, the most significant thing is to bear the strain and pressure. I will make an honest effort to perform.”

Naseem Shah is set to supplant the country’s number one remaining left-arm pacer, Shaheen Afridi, who has been ruled out of the ODI listing because of a physical issue. Hassan Ali has likewise been avoided concerning the ODI after a series of performances that were not sufficient.

Salman Ali Agha, as of late, made his Test debut on the visit to Sri Lanka. Despite the fact that he didn’t have an extremely great first performance, he figured out how to advance. Look at his performance as he figured out how to strike half-century on this visit.

Debutant Naseem Shah was great as the young pacer sacked three important wickets to make his presence worthwhile.

In any case, it was Scott Edwards who, at one phase, made the pursuit look so natural for the hosts. Edwards was in eminent touch as he scored 71 runs spread north of six boundaries and a six.
Batting all-rounder Shadab secured his role of hustling up the score in death overs. The right-handed hitter crushed 48 off 28 balls to baffle the Netherlands. His innings saw four boundaries and two transcending sixes.

Netherland vs Pakistan 1st ODI | Netherlands Gave A Tough Time But Pakistan Managed To Win In The Last Over

Pakistan has won the toss and has decided to bat first in the 1st ODI of the World Cup Super League series of three games against the Netherlands in Rotterdam.

Pakistan skipper Babar Azam called to the right and decided to set a target on what seems, by all ways, to be a quick surface, where the ball ought to land pleasantly, and huge scores could be the thing to address.

Much hope for Agha Salman, the hitter who as of late played two Tests in Sri Lanka, and Naseem Shah, the quick, fast bowler who got debuts from Pakistan. They have a three-man pace attack from Haris Rauf, Naseem, and Mohammad Wasim, with Shadab Khan and Mohammad Nawaz the important spinners.

The Netherlands is driven by Scott Edwards after the retirement of Pieter Seelaar. Edwards recognized that he, as well, would have struck first, assuming that he had won the toss. Wesley Barresi, reviewed to the sideways for this visit, will begin his most memorable match for the Netherlands starting around 2019.

Squads for the Netherlands | Netherland vs Pakistan ODI

      Vikramjit Singh
      Scott Edwards (capt, wk)
      Wesley Barresi
      Tom Cooper
      Teja Nidamanuru
      Max O’Dowd
      Bas de Leede
      Tim Pringle
      Logan van Beek
      Aryan Dutt
      Vivian Kingma

Squads for Pakistan | Netherland vs Pakistan ODI

      Fakhar Zaman
      Babar Azam (capt)
      Mohammad Rizwan (wk)
      Agha Salman
      Khushdil Shah
      Shadab Khan
      Mohammad Nawaz
      Mohammad Wasim
      Haris Rauf
      Naseem Shah

The Netherlands’ hitters were in first-class structure as they gave a strong retaliate to Pakistan, who needed to make a serious attempt to save the 1st ODI of the three-match series.

Set to pursue a major all out of 315 runs, the Netherlands lost several wickets before; however, opener Vikramjit Singh and Tom Cooper saved the home side and disappointed the bowlers in green shirts.

The two players acted as the hero when the Netherlands were 62-3. They scored unbeaten 97 runs together to set the vibe for the home side in the middle overs.

Vikramjit scored 65 runs, including five boundaries, while Cooper crushed 65 runs with six boundaries and two sixes.

ODI Debutant Naseem Shah Bagged 3 wickets for 51 runs