Babar scored 27th fifty of T20 career
England got a target of 170 runs to win
Babar remained unbeaten on 87 off 59 balls
New Delhi. The sixth match of the ongoing seven-match T20 International series between Pakistan and England cricket team is being played at Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore today. In this match, the host team Pakistan, batting first after losing the toss, has set a target of 170 runs in front of the English team for the loss of six wickets in the allotted overs.
In the sixth T20 match for Pakistan, the most successful batsman was captain Babar Azam. Opening the innings for the team, he played the highest unbeaten half-century of 87 runs in 59 balls at a strike rate of 147.45. During this, seven fours and three excellent sixes came from his bat.
56 runs scored in the last five overs!
— Pakistan Cricket (@TheRealPCB) September 30, 2022
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Apart from Babar, Iftikhar Ahmed, who came to bat at the fifth order for the team, contributed 31 runs in 21 balls. Apart from these two batsmen, Haider Ali contributed 18 runs in 14 balls and Mohammad Nawaz contributed 12 runs in seven balls.
Sam Curran and David Willey were the most successful bowlers for the English team in the sixth T20 International match. Both these bowlers got two successes respectively. In addition, Richard Gleason and Reece Topley achieved one success each, respectively.
Tags: Babar Azam, England cricket team, Pakistan cricket team, Pakistan vs England
FIRST PUBLISHED : September 30, 2022, 22:02 IST