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Pakistan beats Canada to secure 7th Position at CWG 2022

Pakistan beats Canada to secure 7th Position at CWG 2022

Pakistan beats Canada to secure 7th Position at CWG 2022

Pakistan beats Canada to secure 7th Position at CWG 2022

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  • Pakistan crushed Canada to get seventh spot.
  • In the continuous Commonwealth Games 2022.

Pakistan dominated the game by 4-3 on Saturday in Birmingham even though they have not performed well in this tournament.

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Abdul Rana gave Pakistan the lead in the 24th moment, though Ghazanfar Ali multiplied the benefit in the following moment.

Notwithstanding, Canada got back in the saddle with objectives by Matthews Sarmento and Keegan Pereira in the 26th and 30th moment to even out the score line.

Yet again skipper Umar Bhutta put Pakistan ahead in the 52nd moment yet Sarmento dropped the Green Shirts’ benefit by and by in the 58th moment.

In the withering snapshots of the match, Abdul Shahid scored the match-champ for Pakistan.

The Green Shirts were given a 7-0 loss in their last pool match, which removed them from the decoration race.

Prior, Pakistan had drawn, 2-2, their most memorable match against South Africa, while they confronted a 4-1 loss in their second match against New Zealand.

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They figured out how to beat Scotland 3-2.

The semi-finals of the occasion will happen today, with Australia confronting England and India taking on South Africa.

The last and bronze decoration match of the occasion will be hung on Monday, August 8.

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