7th Twenty20 match between Pakistan and England
As England poses with the “Winners” banner, Moeen Ali accepts the trophy from Ramiz Raja and presents it to his teammates. Folks, that concludes a fiercely contested series. The seven Twenty20 Internationals seem to have ended in a flash. Given that there were some truly thrilling games early in the series, the outcome was unexpected. There are many advantages for England to draw from it, particularly the form of Harry Brook and Phillip Salt.
Pakistan has strong bowling, but their batting need a lot of fine tweaking. Their batters, with the exception of Babar Azam and Rizwan, have often been below average. Before the forthcoming T20 World Cup, will they be able to resolve the issue? Time will only tell. All of it comes from our end. Good night and good luck!
We played brilliantly from the beginning of the game. I think our bowling was excellent; we did a great job bowling the entire series. It gives the squad a lot of confidence when they are hitting like that. The lads deserve praise for the manner they played. Two must-win games were necessary. How we won the final two games was incredible to watch. Additionally demonstrates the depth of our team. I just want to express my gratitude to everyone for their care, especially the PCB.
Speaking in Urdu, Babar Azam It was undoubtedly challenging. If we lose early wickets with 200 runs already scored, it puts pressure on the other batsmen. For us, this series was essential. The shortest format is where we need to improve. We have a strong bowling assault, which I also said during the toss. Haris is doing well when he bowls, and he keeps getting better. Even though we were excited to welcome England, I believe that Pakistan as a whole was waiting for this.
I simply try to hit the ball straight and play it on its merits, according to Harry Brook, Player of the Series. Numerous exercises, practise sessions, and time spent in the nets (has helped him execute those shots). The entire team is eager to begin the three-match series against Australia and get things moving before the World Cup, of course. It has been enjoyable. Although we have been in the hotel for a while, we are now eager to travel to Australia.
Dawid Malan was named the game’s MVP. We put up a strong performance; we gave it our all. We thought it was progressing well throughout the first 12 to 14 overs. Fortunately, our bowlers took note of the errors made by the other bowlers. It became significantly slower. In a few days, we will depart for Australia, which we are eager to do. We appreciate you having us.
The Pakistani openers couldn’t match what the English openers did in response. In the powerplay itself, England had the opposition by the scruff of their neck as both Babar and Rizwan fell in consecutive overs. After that terrible powerplay, the middle-order batters found it difficult to hit for extra bases since the bowlers maintained things in order the whole innings.
Due to Shan Masood and Khushdil Shah’s dismal strike rates, the home fans became agitated. Even at the midway point of Pakistan’s innings, the majority of spectators exited the stadium. Nothing to detract from the bowling for England, though. They all contributed with helpful spells, but Woakes and Willey stood out the most. For the presentations, stick around.