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Eng vs Pak: Butler and Babar, who is the real boss in this tournament, take a look at these figures before the final


T20 World Cup final to be played between England and Pakistan
Jos Buttler has been more successful with the bat than Babar Azam

New Delhi. The final match of the ICC T20 World Cup is to be played between Pakistan and England. Many speculations are being made before this match to be played on Sunday 13 November. Pakistan defeated New Zealand while England defeated India to secure the final ticket. Both the teams have won the title once before. The responsibility of winning the title for the second time is on the captains. Let’s take a look at how Pakistan captain Babar Azam and England captain Jos Buttler have played so far.

Babar Azam’s performance so far

Talking about Pakistan’s captain Babar Azam, his bat has not been able to do much wonders till now. From group matches to semi-finals, he has played only 1 half-century innings. He has only 92 runs in his account after playing 6 matches in this tournament. After playing so many matches for an opener, having so few runs is a cause of concern for the team.

Babar could not even open his account in the first match of this World Cup against India. Playing with Zimbabwe, only 4 while against the Netherlands also came back after getting out for the same number of runs. Babar scored 6 runs against South Africa while in the last league match against Bangladesh managed to score 25 runs. Babar had scored 53 runs against New Zealand in the semi-final, now it has to be seen whether he is able to maintain the momentum in the final and returns again unsuccessfully.

butler’s bat is talking

On one hand, while Babar longed to score runs in the entire tournament, English captain Jos Buttler batted well. After playing an 18-run innings against Afghanistan, Butler could not even open the account while playing with Ireland. After this, he scored a brilliant 73 against New Zealand, while playing with Sri Lanka, he scored an inning of 28 runs. Butler played an unbeaten stormy inning of 80 runs in just 49 balls in the semi-final against India.



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