The left-arm pacer registered the worst-ever figures by a Pakistan bowler in the history of the ODI World Cup conceding 90 runs in his 10 overs without taking a wicket.
Shaheen’s unwanted record was made when Mitchell Santner sent the ball soaring for a colossal six in the final over of New Zealand’s innings.
This marked a rather distressing moment for Shaheen, as he conceded 11 boundaries and two maximums, making it quite possibly the toughest day in his cricketing career.
Haris Rauf also leaked 85 runs in the same match to record the second worst-ever figures for Pakistan. Hasan Ali‘s 1-84 against India at Old Trafford in 2019 was the previous worst World Cup performance by a Pakistani bowler.
Earlier, Ravindra maintained his outstanding performance, crafting a remarkable 108 runs from just 94 deliveries, embellished with 15 boundaries and a well-timed six.
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He was complemented by Williamson, who matched his rhythm, contributing a splendid 95 runs from 79 balls, featuring two sixes and ten skillfully placed boundaries.
Shaheen on Wednesday became the new number one bowler in ODIs, achieving the feat for the first time in his eventful career after leapfrogging seven places to displace Australian fast bowler Josh Hazlewood from the top in the latest ICC rankings.