Jupiter, Saturn spotted during Pakistan-New Zealand T20I; none favoured Pak

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Image tweeted by @FlashCric
Image tweeted by @FlashCric

Islamabad : A beautiful sight of planets Jupiter and Saturn were spotted in the skies by a cameraman during the second international T20 match between Jupiter and Saturn. But none of the stars and planets worked in favour of the Pakistani team in the game.

During the 10th over of the New Zealand’s innings, the cameraman managed to get hold of the Jupiter and Saturn, in the skyline. The image was tweeted by the team of FlashScore Cricket Commentators.

“Jupiter and Saturn can be seen from Seddon Park, but the stars/planets don’t appear to be aligning for Pakistan today,” read the caption. New Zealand won the match by nine wickets and fans trolled Pakistan on social media with the image.

For the match, Pakistan won the toss and elected to bat first; the decision backfired and they managed a low score to defend. New Zealand opener Tim Seifert carried his bat for 84 in an unbroken 129-run partnership with Kane Williamson to steer New Zealand to a nine-wicket win over Pakistan in the second Twenty20 international and an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series.

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