Pakistan beat Sri Lanka to reach final of the U-23 ACC Cup 2013. Pakistan U-23 beat Sri Lanka by 1 wicket in the semi-finals of the Asian Cricket Council Emerging Cup teams in cricket stadium in Padang in Singapore.Sri Lanka won the toss and elected to bat first. At the end of their allocated 50 overs they had reached a competitive 230 for the loss of seven wickets. They were able to add that the total mainly because of the opener, MDUS, who scored 94 with the help of 9 boundries and six.
In AAC Cup final Pakistan U23 team will play against India U23 team. so once again arch rival teams come close for trophy.
Got DSNFG the Jayasuriya 33 but other tennis for East can not take advantage of some good beginnings. In the end it was WMC Jayampathi able to score quickly and got 22 off 11 balls with the aid of 2 sixes and four. The Osman Kader choose from the Pakistani bowlers as he gave away just 32 runs in his 10 overs taking five wickets.
In reply Pakistan made a bad start and lost early wickets before captain stems Hammad Azzam defeat. Play Captain knock he scored 66 fight with 2 and 3 four sixes to see his team to the final. Bilawal Bhatti gave him excellent support with 25 off 21 balls.
Record Osman Salah al-Din also 31 runs.MA Aponso threw well for Sri Lanka, taking 3-31.Hammad Azam announced later in the player of the match for his brilliant efforts with the bat.India now face Pakistan in the final match of the tournament which will be held on Sunday at the Kallang Cricket Ground.
Pakistan Under-23s pulled off an exciting one wicket win against Sri Lanka Under-23s to set up a title clash against India on Sunday in emerging ACC teams in Singapore Cup.
Set a target of 231 for victory, and said that Pakistan was a bad start, losing Babar Azam out the first pitch of the innings. And has been linked evenly between the teams for most part of the chase when scored for Sri Lanka with a quick wickets right after that Pakistan tennis managed to get on an ongoing partnership. The position of the fifth wicket between Usman Salahuddin, Muhammad Nawaz, worth 57 runs, settled the chase, after they were 61 for 4 in more than 16, but fought Sri Lanka again with three wickets rapid, denying Nawaz, Salahuddin and Reza Hassan.
Came to rest on the hunt Hammad Azam, who hits well with the lower order. He took his time settling at Bilawal Bhatti and hit a quickfire 21-25 ball, but presumably responsible for the roles were once Bhatti and Usman Qadir out with the score at 200 for 9. With Pakistan needing 30 off 48 balls, Azzam began taking most of the strike and hitting regular boundaries to keep on the side with a chance.