PAK vs ENG: Adil Rashid spins web to beat Pakistan Skipper Babar Azam in T20 World Cup Final



Veteran English sprinter Adil Rashid spins his net around Pakistan captain Babar Azam to beat him during the 2022 T20 Final Globalism Cup in front of Melbourne packed cricket a land. Babar struggled to make as big a shot as he liked in the big ticket final and Rashid took advantage of that by surprising him with an un-fault that he failed to read.

The Pakistan captain scored a crucial half-century in the semi-final against New Zealand, but found it difficult to face England on Sunday. He played again conservatively in powerplay and pressed himself.

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The first ball was in 12th when Rashid hit it a bit and Babar was clueless against the oppressor and tried to cut it with no room shown as it resulted in a pass and a throw while the English spinner made a good dive. Catch up to win the match.

Babar scored 32 points from 28 balls as he only hit two edges while staying in the middle.

Rashid also fired Mohammed Haris for only 8 years as the young Pakistani hitter failed to hold his nerve in the big stage and throw his share away.

Earlier, England captain, Jos Butler, won the toss and was elected against Pakistan in the 2022 T20 World Cup Final at Melbourne Cricket Ground. Butler made the decision after looking at the overcast conditions in Melbourne.

Pakistan captain Babar feels they have good momentum and will be looking to put pressure on England by putting a massive aggregate on the scoreboard.

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“We were also going to play first but the throwing is not in our hands, so we will try to run on the board and press them. We have good momentum with us and we will try to keep it going. We lost our first few matches but we came back strong and we want to continue that in the final. Winning always gives you confidence, with the way the team plays. ‘We will give you 100%. Yes history repeats (a reference to the 1992 World Cup), we will try to win this match and hold the cup. The same team,'” Babar said in the draw.

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