Earlier in the day, Babar Azam scored 87 runs to lead his team to a respectable total of 169. According to the pitch, the total was defendable, but the way the English batsmen batted proved everyone incorrect.
However, their batters put on an outstanding performance, chasing the total down in just 14.3 overs. The series is currently knotted 3-3, and the final T20 will be the deciding one.
Babar Azam handled it again
Mohammad Rizwan did not play in the 6th T-20 match between Pakistan and England. The starting batsman for the World Cup has most likely been rested by the host country. Pakistan did not really need this match as they were already leading the series with a 3-2 score.
Mohammad Rizwan was replaced by a newcomer, Mohammad Haris, as the wicketkeeper and opener. In the debut match, the newcomer was in the pavilion after scoring 7 runs, including a six.
Babar Azam carried on his spectacular innings and took his team to a decent score of 169 runs with the unfortunate loss of 6 wickets. Mohammad Nawaz was caught by Harry Brook on the last ball of the Pakistani inning.
Babar Azam scored 87 runs off 59 balls, including 7 fours and 3 sixes, at a strike rate of 147.46.
In bowling, David Willey and Sam Curran picked up 2 wickets each, with an economy of 8 and 6.50, respectively. Reece Topley and Richard Gleeson each took one wicket, with economies of 7.75 and 9.75, respectively.
Phil Salt destroyed Pakistan’s bowling lineup
Phil Salt was in fifth gear from the start of the England innings. The English batsman completed his fifty off just 19 balls. Salt hammered the Pakistani bowlers all over the ground, leading to his team’s victory.
During the procedure, England lost only 2 wickets each to Alex Hales and Dawed Malan and chased down the target with 33 balls in hand, that too with ease. chasing the target of 170 in just 15 overs.
Phil Salt scored the winning single and completed his inning with a score of 88 runs off 41 balls, including 13 fours and 3 sixes at a strike rate of 214.63.
All the Pakistani bowlers were treated in the same manner, hammered all around the ground except Shadab Khan, who picked the only two wickets of the visiting team and ended his spell with an economy of 8.50.
The next match will determine who will secure the series. the visitor team or the host team. The final match of the series is on October 2 and starts at 8 p.m. IST.
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