PAK vs ENG, 2nd T20I: Babar’s century, Rizwan’s half-century, Pakistan beat England by 10 wickets


Pakistan beat England by 10 wickets
Babar scored second century of T20 cricket career
Mohammad Rizwan hit 18th half-century

New Delhi. The second match of the ongoing seven-match T20 series between Pakistan and England was played at the National Stadium in Karachi today. In this match, the target of 200 runs given by England was achieved by the Pakistan team with three balls remaining without any loss. For the team, wicket-keeper opener Mohammad Rizwan played an unbeaten half-century of 88 runs in 51 balls at a strike rate of 172.54. At the same time, Captain Babar Azam played an unbeaten explosive century of 110 runs in 66 balls with a strike of 166.66. During this, 11 fours and five excellent sixes came from his bat.

Let us tell you that this is the second century of Babar’s T20 career. On the other hand, Mohammad Rizwan managed to score 18th half-century of his T20 career today. Before today’s match, Babar was targeting the people. In fact, Babar’s bat was going silent since the Asia Cup itself. However, after today’s excellent innings, the Pakistani captain has shut the mouth of all his critics.

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In the second T20 match, English captain Moeen Ali tried a total of six bowlers. However, none of the bowlers got a single success today. Luke Wood was the most expensive bowler for the team. He bowled a total of four overs. During this, he conceded 49 runs at an economy of 12.25.

David Willey was the second most expensive bowler for the English team after Luke Wood. He bowled 3.3 overs for the team. During this he spent 44 runs at an economy of 12.57.

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