Pakistan’s batting faltered in the final of T20 World Cup, England got the target of 138 runs

The semi-final match of the T20 World Cup is being played between Pakistan and England at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. All the big things were being said about the final match of T20 World Cup. In the final match today, England captain Jos Buttler won the toss and invited Pakistan to bat first. Pakistan scored 137 runs for the loss of 8 wickets and England need 138 runs to win.

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Pakistan’s start was slow but later its batsmen were seen faltering in front of England’s bowling. The first blow to Pakistan came on the score of 29 runs when Mohammad Rizwan became the victim of Sam Karan. Mohammad Rizwan scored 15 runs in 14 balls. At the same time, Babar Azam should stand on one end. Babar Azam scored 32 runs in 28 balls and fell victim to Adil Rashid. In the middle overs, Pakistani batsman Shan Masood did try to play some good stocks. But he could not lead the team to the big target. Shan Masood scored 38 runs in 28 balls which included 2 fours and 1 six.

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Vice-captain Shadab Khan scored 20 runs in 14 balls. The Pakistani batsmen kept kneeling in front of England’s Sam Curran and Adil Rashid. Iftikhar Ahmed was dismissed for zero while Mohammad Harish also became the victim of Adil Rashid after scoring 8 runs. Even Mohammad Nawaz could not do much. For England, Ben Stock achieved a breakthrough for 32 runs in 4 overs. Sam Curran bowled brilliantly, conceding just 12 runs in 4 overs and sent 3 batsmen to the pavilion. Adil Rashid gave 22 runs in 4 overs by putting a maiden and got 2 successes. Chris Jordan took two successes for 27 runs in 4 overs.

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