TAUNTON: Pakistan made their exit from Women’s World Cup after they suffered their fifth consecutive loss in the tournament on Saturday, Samaa reported.
Pakistan suffered an eight-wicket defeat at the hands of New Zealand at Taunton.
Pakistan, electing to bat first, were bowled out after scoring 144 runs.
Captain Sana Mir scored 50 runs from 86 balls with the help of four boundaries while Nahida Khan and Ayesha Zafar contributed 18 and 17 runs with the bat respectively.
New Zealand Hannah Rowe grabbed three wickets for the Kiwis while Lea Tahuhu, Leigh Kasperek and Amelia Kerr took two wickets each. Sophie Devine also took a wicket.
New Zealand chased the target of 145 in 15 overs with eight wickets to spare.
Devine scored a powerful knock of 93 runs from 41 balls with seven boundaries and nine sixes to her name.
Amy Satterthwaite made 38 runs from 42 deliveries with the help of six fours.
Nashra Sandhu and Diana Baig took one wicket each for Pakistan.
Rowe was named Player of the match.