In any case, from 42 for 6 after 9 overs, Aamir Kaleem and Jatinder ground their way through the following 8 overs to extend the innings and keep Hong Kong’s spinners under control. Jatinder, at last, felt agreeable enough to extend his collection in the 15th, switch-hits Ghazanfar over the off side for a limit before playing the shot again effectively for 4 progressively off in his 16th year. When the stand finished – when Kaleem confounded a scoop to short fine-leg – the pair had multiplied Oman’s score.
Pursuing only 135 to win, Hong Kong fallen to 18-5 with left-arm seamer Bilal Khan taking 3 of the wickets to fall on his approach to match figures of 4-23. Oman had additionally thought that it was hard going, slipping to 42-6 before the finish of the ninth over. In any case, they were obligated to opener Jatinder Singh. Playing as an expert bat at No. 9 of every a group pressed with allrounders, Khushi whacked 26 off his last eight balls.
Oman’s bowling unit took the force given to them by Jatinder and Khushi into the beginning of the pursuit behind Bilal’s rankling burst. A lot of Hong Kong’s expectations depended on batting star Nizakat; however, Bilal cleared him out the second ball with a full inswinger that crushed his drive to thump back off stump. Oman got a break in the second over when Kinchit flicked Fayyaz Butt off his pads directly to short fine leg for the 2nd wicket.