Ben Stokes and Sam Curran guide England to the T20 World Cup with 5-wicket win over Pakistan
It turns out once again that Ben Stokes was the hero of the big match for England as he led them to the second T20 Globalism Cup title with unbeaten hits 52 times in an exciting final in Melbourne cricket a land. England scored a thrilling five-wicket win over Pakistan on Sunday to replicate the success of the 2010 T20 World Cup. The Pakistani bowlers battled while defending a goal 138 times, but Stokes and Moeen Ali were just too good for them at oversight.
Pakistan missed the services of its bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi in death as he sustained an injury during the arrest of Harry Brook. Stokes and Moeen Ali took full advantage of this to constrain Pakistan in the face of the summit.
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England became the first white ball champion in the sport, winning 50 and 20 titles. While they are second after the West Indies to win the T20 WC title twice. The West Indies have won titles in 2012 and 2016 in the past.
Chasing the goal, England lost in-form opener Alex Hales early by just one in the first game thanks to Jaffa from Afridi. Despite the early wicket, Joss Butler (24) fought back in positive style but was sent off by Harris Raouf and Phil Salt (10) in quick succession to get Pakistan back into the game.
Stokes participated 39 times with Brooks to stabilize the Three Lions hunt. However, Pakistani bowlers put pressure on them with some aggravating exaggerations.
Afridi came to shoot the ball in the 17th minute but was thrown off the field after the first ball was thrown. He was feeling uncomfortable during the race. Iftikar Ahmed had to throw the remaining ball over her as Stokes switched gears and hit four and six to change momentum in England’s favour.
Ali also scored 19 quick rounds to release some pressure from Stokes’ shoulders in 48 rounds. Stokes, the ‘big-occasion man’, scored the winning runs while England chased the goal with six balls to avoid.
Stokes scored 52 points from 49 balls while fighting hard when Pakistani bowlers caused problems with their swing shot. Hit five four and six during the match-winning blow.
Summary of the match between Pakistan and England in the T20 World Cup final
Earlier, Sam Curran and Adil Rashid put on a ball bid as England restricted Pakistan to 137/8 in the derby.
It was a subpar performance from the Pakistani hitters as they gave in under pressure after Joss Butler won the toss and was elected first in Melbourne.
Curran (3/12) was impressive up front and overkill in death, while Rashid (2/22) was amazing in the middle as England’s meticulous planning and tactics, especially in the second half of the innings, meant they never let Pakistan slip away in any Stage.
English pacers put pressure on Mohamed Radwan and Babar Azam with a disciplined bowling game in the initial overs. After a cautious start, Radwan tried to break the shackles but was overpowered by Curran. The wicket hitter tried to cut it hard but clinched it to the stumps and was sent off at 14 (15).
Babar struggled to make as big a shot as he wanted in the big ticket final and Rashid took advantage of that by surprising him with an un-fault that he failed to read.
Shan Masoud played a very important 38-hit from 28 balls in which he scored 2 fours and sixes, but he also became Curran’s victim in his quest to hit the big shots.
Curran was so good at dying that he did not allow the Pakistani fighters to free their arms as a result they gave in under pressure and lost wickets at regular intervals.
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