Pakistan defeated England on Wednesday in a thrilling six-run triumph at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore to grab a 3-2 series lead.
Pakistan shocked England on Wednesday at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore with a thrilling 6-run victory to take a 3-2 series lead. Mohammad Rizwan scored the most runs (63 runs) for Pakistan, the first team to bat, but they were promptly bowled for 145 runs. Later, bowlers from Pakistan amazingly managed to restrict England to 139/7, giving them a 6-run victory. the bravery of pacer Aamer Jamal, a rookie. Everyone was taken aback by the person who prevented the ominous-looking Moeen Ali from scoring 15 runs off the last over.
England needed 15 runs in the final over with Moeen Ali and Chris Woakes batting. Aamer entered the game to bowl his second over of the night, dishing down two dot balls. Those were followed by a magnificent six and a wide shot by Moeen. Who also hit his half-century with the shot. Jamal only managed to score one run in his next three deliveries when England needed 8 off of 3. Giving Pakistan a 6-run victory over England
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Returning to the game, Pakistan overcame England by six runs in the fifth T20 international on Wednesday in Lahore, with the help of all-round debutant Jamal and a heroic half-century from prolific opener Rizwan.
Pakistan batted first at Gaddafi Stadium after being asked to do so. Pakistan scored 145 runs in 19 overs before being bowled out, with Rizwan’s 46-ball 63 serving as the foundation. Express bowler Mark Wood had taken 3-20 to help the home team falter. So the de facto captain of England, Moeen Ali, scored a brilliant unbeaten 51 off 37 balls. Including four sixes and two fours. However, England only managed to score 139-7 as a result of his inability to add the final 15 runs off the penultimate over.
Despite the third ball being hit for a six. With his calm demeanor and eight runs allowed, Jamal gave Pakistan a 3-2 series advantage.
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