At the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore, Pakistan upset England on Wednesday with a dramatic six-run victory to take a 3-2 series lead.
On Wednesday at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore, Pakistan stunned England with a thrilling 6-run victory to grab a 3-2 series lead. For Pakistan, the first team to bat, Mohammad Rizwan scored the most runs (63 runs). But they were quickly bowled out for 145 runs. Pakistani bowlers then miraculously held England to 139/7, earning them a 6-run victory. the bravery of rookie pacer Aamer Jamal. Everyone was shocked by the individual who stopped the menacing-appearing Moeen Ali from making 15 runs off the final over.
With Moeen Ali and Chris Woakes at the plate, England needed 15 runs in the last over. With his second over of the evening, Aamer entered the game and threw down two dot balls. These were followed by a superb six from Moeen and a wide shot. who, with the shot, also reached his half-century. When England required 8 runs off of 3 pitches, Jamal only managed to score one run in his subsequent three deliveries. allowing Pakistan to defeat England by 6 runs
In the fifth T20 international, played on Wednesday in Lahore, Pakistan defeated England by six runs with the help of all-round debutant Jamal and a valiant half-century from the prolific opener Rizwan.
At Gaddafi Stadium, Pakistan batted first after being asked to do so. Before being bowled out, Pakistan scored 145 runs in 19 overs, with Rizwan’s 46-ball 63 serving as the cornerstone. Mark Wood, an express bowler, had taken 3-20 to aid the home team’s demise. As a result, Moeen Ali, England’s de facto captain, struck a magnificent unbeaten 51 off 37 balls. Including two fours and four sixes. Due to his inability to score the remaining 15 runs off the penultimate over, England was only able to score 139-7.
Despite the fact that the third ball was a six. Jamal gave Pakistan a 3-2 series lead with his composed manner and eight runs allowed.
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