An exciting T20I match was played between Pakistan and New Zealand at Seddon Park in Hamilton on Sunday. However, the cameraman captured something interesting in the middle of the match.
During the second inning, the cameraman captured two planets Jupiter and Saturn in the sky. The photo is making rounds on the internet.
It occurred during the 10th over of New Zealand’s innings when the camera captured the image of both Jupiter and Saturn in the night sky.
Jupiter and Saturn can be seen from Seddon Park, but the stars/planets don’t appear to be aligning for Pakistan today.
NZ need 64 from 53 balls with nine wickets in hand.
— 🏏FlashScore Cricket Commentators (@FlashCric) December 20, 2020
New Zealand won the second match of the T20 series against Pakistan by 9 wickets played on Sunday.
only one player of the black caps Tim Seifert (84*) & Kane Williamson (57*) lead the team to a nine-wicket win at Seddon Park!
Kane Williamson hits his 12th fifty in T20Is! This was his third half-century in his last four T20I innings.
Earlier, Pakistan gave a target of 164 runs to New Zealand on the second of the three-day T20 match to win the match. Muhammad Hafeez was unbeatable at 99 runs, on the last ball to hand, the Pakistani cricketer kept Pakistan’s hopes high as he scored a six.
The two planets Jupiter and Saturn will look like a single star on the 21st night. Both planets will appear to the southwest on the horizon immediately after sunset.
According to the reports, both planets will be visible from over the world, including Pakistan. In actuality, they will be at a distance of 735 million km. Previously they were seen together so close to each other on July 16, 1623.