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T20 World Cup: Shoaib Akhtar mourning Pakistan’s defeat, Mohammed Shami enjoys

Melbourne: England has won the final match of T20 World Cup 2022. In the final match played at Melbourne Cricket Ground, Pakistan lost by 5 wickets. Pakistan, who reached the semi-finals with the help of Netherlands, had traveled here by defeating New Zealand. Batting first, Pakistan scored 137 runs. England won the match in the 19th over.

Shoaib Akhtar’s broken heart

Former players and fans were very excited after Pakistan reached the semi-finals. What did he have to say after India’s defeat? He was constantly trolling India. Now Shoaib Akhtar tweeted after losing in the final match. He shared just one emoji. It was a broken heart.

Shami enjoyed

Indian team’s fast bowler Mohammed Shami took the pleasure of Shoaib Akhtar. Shami wrote on Akhtar’s tweet – Sorry brother, this is what Karma does. Other Indians are also trolling Shoaib Akhtar on this post.

Low-scoring final

England won the toss and decided to bowl first. Sam Curran (3/12) was impressive in the first and death overs, while Rashid (2/22) restricted Pakistan’s batsmen in the middle overs. Ben Stokes opened the final by bowling England’s first no-ball of the tournament. He then bowled a wide down the leg side and conceded eight runs in the opening over.

Pakistan’s team could only score 137/8 runs in 20 overs. Pakistan’s team was able to score only 31 runs in the last 5 overs. In response, England’s start was not special. Three wickets fell in his powerplay but he continued to score runs at a brisk pace. Pakistani bowlers made a comeback in the middle overs but Ben Stokes held one end and made the team the champion.

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