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3rd T20, England defeated Pakistan by 63 runs – Daily QudratMEERI News

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3rd T20, England defeated Pakistan by 63 runs – Daily Qudrat

Mohammad Hasnain caught full of salt by Mohammad Nawaz, who scored 8 points.
Jaques and David Mullan brought England’s score to 61 runs, but Usman Qadir gave Pakistan the second wicket. David Mullan had scored 14 runs on 15 balls, including 2 fours, before catching Hyder Ali. Usman Qadir, who aggressively scored 40 runs in 22 balls, was caught by Muhammad Nawaz in the 9th over.
Ben Duckett and Harry Brooks hitting aggressively didn’t give the Pakistani bowlers a chance to take wickets.

A long and undefeated partnership of 139 runs off 69 balls was established between the two batsmen and both completed their half century. Harry Brooks scored 81 runs off just 35 balls with the help of 8 fours and 5 sixes. Ben Duquette played an innings of 69 runs in 42 balls using 8 fours and a six. On behalf of Pakistan, Usman Qadir got 2 wickets and Mohammad Hasnain got one wicket.
Chasing after goal, captain Babar Azam scored just 8 of 17 points in the third over thanks to a good catch from Topley on the boundary. Mohammad Rizwan also scored 8 runs in 14 balls and was bowled by Topli’s ball. Hyder Ali scored just 3 points and was caught by Moin Ali on Adil Rashid’s ball. Iftikhar Ahmed’s innings were also limited to 6 runs. Shan Masood and Khushdil Shah took the score forward in partnership for the fifth wicket, but Khushdil Shah got out after scoring 29 runs off 21 balls while trying to play a high shot.
Shan Masood took the lead with Mohammad Nawaz and also completed his first half century in T20. Pakistani team scored 158 runs for 8 wickets in the allotted overs. England won the game by 63 runs and defended 221 runs. Pakistan made no changes to the team while England made three changes to the team. Will Jacques replaces Alex Hales, Mark Wood replaces Luke Wood and Reece Topley replaces David Whaley.
Babar Azam, the captain who won the toss, said the field looks good with a target of 150 to 180 runs, it is not easy to play two games in a row. England captain Moeen Ali said he used to bowl after winning the toss, but now he must give a big goal while batting first and Pakistan must get fast wickets. It should be noted that yesterday Pakistan defeated England by 10 wickets in the second T20 to make the run of seven games 1-1.
Pakistan XI consists of Captain Babar Azam, Muhammad Rizwan, Haider Ali, Shan Masood, Iftikhar Ahmed, Khushdil Shah, Muhammad Nawaz, Usman Qadir, Haris Rauf, Shahnawaz Dhani, Muhammad Hasnain while England XI consists of Will Jacques, wicketkeeper Phil Salt, David Mullan, Ben Duckett, Harry Brook, Captain Moeen Ali, Sam Curran, Rhys Topley, Adil Rashid, Mark Wood, Liam Dawson are included.

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