PAK vs ENG First Innings Update
Pakistan vs England T20 World Cup 2022 Final
PAK vs ENG First Innings Update: Here, Pakistan is far below average. They just could not take off, or more specifically, England did not permit them to take off. Young Haris and Rizwan left early, and Babar and Masood began to form an alliance.
However, Adil Rashid destroyed it, and Pakistan was unable to forge new substantial alliances after that. While Jordan made sure Mark Wood wasn’t missed, all of England’s bowlers were outstanding, especially Rashid and Curran who combined for five wickets.
After the completion of 20 overs of the 45th match of the T20 World Cup 2022, Pakistan’s total is 137. In the first innings, Pakistan managed to score 137 runs for the loss of 8 wickets.
In the First 10 overs, Babar Azam and Shan Masood did not utilize the opportunity, scoring 68 runs for the loss of two wickets. The batting team couldn’t manage to hit more number of boundaries.
PAK vs ENG: Death Overs
Sam Curran bowled the 17th over of the game and was successful in pulling off a great over, 3 runs came in this over. A total of 5 runs and a wicket came off the 18th over of the innings bowled by Chris Jordan.
The 19th over of the innings was bowled by Sam Curran who kept things tight, conceding just 4 runs. The 20th over of the innings was bowled by Chris Jorden and it was an expensive one. Pakistan batsmen hit one four to ensure 6 runs came off the over.
PAK vs ENG: Highest Partnership of First Innings
During the death overs, Pakistan was able to score 18 runs for the loss of 4 wickets. The highest partnership of the innings was between Shan Masood and Babar Azam who contributed 39 runs to the innings.
The run rate at the end of the 20th over is 6.85. Shan Masood scored the highest number of runs by hitting one sixes and two fours at a strike rate of runs 135.71.
PAK vs ENG: England Bowling
For England Adil Rashid was simply amazing, the way he bowled was magnificent he picked up 2 wickets in his four overs, where he picked up two important wickets. Sam Curran also picked up three wickets in his four overs. Chris Jorden picked up two wickets in the four-over spells, and Ben Stokes picked up one wicket restricting Pakistan to 138 runs in 20 Overs.
PAK vs ENG: England on chase
England now needs 138 runs to beat Pakistan in the T20 World Cup final and become the two-time T20 World Cup Champions.