ENG vs PAK T20I: Brilliant partnership of Harry and Ben, England beat Pakistan by 63 runs

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ENG vs PACK: England registered a blistering 63-run victory in the T20 match against Pakistan on Friday night. In this match held in Karachi, the English team first scored a huge score of 221 runs and later stopped the Pakistani batsmen for just 158 ​​runs. With this win, England took a 2-1 lead in the seven-match T20I series.

Harry and Ben’s memorable partnership
Batting first in this match, England lost the first wicket early. Phil Salt (8) became the victim of Mohammad Hasnain. However, this did not affect the run rate of England. After this David Malan (14) and Will Jacques (40) were sent to the pavilion by Usman Qadir. From here, Harry Brooke scored 81 runs off 35 balls and Ben Duquet scored 70 runs off 42 balls. Both shared an unbeaten partnership of 139 runs in 69 balls for the fourth wicket. Thanks to this partnership, England scored 221 runs for the loss of three wickets in the allotted over.

Apart from Shan Masood, no Pakistani batsman played
Chasing the huge target of 222 runs, the start of the Pakistan team was very bad. On the total of 28 runs, the Pakistan team had lost its four top order wickets. Mohammad Rizwan (8), Babar Azam (8), Haider Ali (3) and Iftikhar Ahmed (6) could not even touch the double mark. Shan Masood gave some competition while playing an innings of 65 runs off 40 balls but it was insufficient. In the stipulated overs, Pakistan team could score only 158 runs for the loss of 8 wickets. In this way, the Pakistan team got a big defeat by 63 runs. In this match for England, Mark Wood took 3 and Adil Rashid took 2 wickets.

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