The second T20I between New Zealand and Pakistan was played at the beautiful Seddon Park in Hamilton. During the match between overs, a Cameraman succeeded to spot Jupiter and Saturn in one frame. At night a camera person shifted focus towards the sky and captured the two planets which awed everyone.
Jupiter, Saturn spotted in one frame during the second T20I between New Zealand and Pakistan
It appeared in the 10th over of New Zealand’s innings when the camera person managed to get hold of the two planets in the night heaven. The scenes were quite striking and as expected the photo of rare capture immediately went viral on Twitter which fascinated everyone. So much so that it became the central discussion point in the second half rather than Pakistan’s bowling.
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
On the field, it was all New Zealand as they defeated Pakistan fairly easily again and clinched the T20I series. The hosts chased down a 164 with 4 balls to spare as captain Kane Williamson and opener Tim Seifert batted splendidly. Seifert notched up his second consecutive half-century whereas Williamson after missing the last T20I was into his element straightaway.
The Pakistan bowlers failed to pick up wickets as Seifert and Williamson took full advantage of the beautiful batting wicket at Seddon Park. The two remained unbeaten at the end as New Zealand won the second T20I by 9 wickets.
Earlier in the match. Seasoned campaigner Mohammed Hafeez again was the saviour for Pakistan as he scored top class 99* runs. Much like the previous T20I, New Zealand had Pakistan on the ropes early as they took 3 wickets in the first powerplay. Tim Southee swung the ball against which the Pakistan batsmen had no clue and they ended up gifting their wickets away.
Then, Hafeez stood tall and played an eye-catch innings that helped Pakistan reach a total of 163 runs after 20 overs. Hafeez scored 99 runs in just 57 balls but eventually, it wasn’t enough as New Zealand convincingly won the match.