2nd T20I: Captain Babar Azam’s beautiful hundred helped Pakistan document a 10-wicket series-leveling win over England in Karachi. Mohammad Rizwan and Babar solid an unbeaten 200-run opening stand.
Record-breaking Babar-Rizwan stand helps Pakistan hammer England in Karachi (AP Photo)
HIGHLIGHTSBabar Azam stormed again into type to hit his 2nd T20I hundredMohammad Rizwan and Babar solid an unbeaten 203-run opening standPakistan beat England by 10 wickets within the second T20I
Pakistan captain Babar Azam stormed again into type with a surprising 62-ball hundred and struck a document, unconquered 203-run opening stand with World No.1 T20I batter Mohammad Rizwan to hammer England by 10 wickets within the second T20I and stage the seven-match sequence 1-1 in Karachi.
PAK vs ENG, 2nd T20I: Highlights
Mohammad Rizwan did provide England just a few possibilities – on 23 (dropped by Alex Hales), 32 (stumping missed) and 83 (dropped by Moeen) however the guests did not take any and from thereon, it was one-way site visitors. Babar Azam was a bit gradual off the blocks however as soon as he bought into his groove, we had been handled to some unimaginable strokeplay from him. Babar roared again to type with a stupendous century and the spectators had a ball cheering for him.
In phrases of getting solutions to their shortcomings, the hosts did not acquire a lot as the center order was not examined in any respect, whereas the opposite division of their recreation was fairly under par on the sector. Still, it is a win to carry the boldness of the staff, and they’ll hope to get issues fastened in different areas.
Pakistan bounce again within the T20I sequence with a complete 10-wicket win over England.#PAKvENG | Scorecard: https://t.co/WHBPS7jrZE pic.twitter.com/2eNgGw4Q6J
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Earlier, England’s stand-in skipper Moeen Ali scored a quickfire fifty to assist the vacationers submit a frightening whole of 199/5 in opposition to Pakistan. Moeen smashed 4 sixes and as many fours in his 23-ball 55 not out after England opted to bat first after successful the toss at National Stadium.
Ben Duckett (43), Harry Brook (31) and Alex Hales (30) additionally contributed to the run-fest as England hammered 119 within the final 10 overs. England, who’re on their first tour of Pakistan in 17 years, gained the primary recreation by six wickets.
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