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‘We have shown the world that…’: What England players said after winning the T20 World Cup

Melbourne. England won their second T20 World Cup title by defeating Pakistan in the T20 World Cup final here on Sunday. Batting first, Pakistan scored 137 runs at the loss of 8 wickets in 20 overs, which the England team achieved with 6 balls remaining after losing 5 wickets.

The players of England expressed their happiness on the victory. Harry Brooke said, ‘Feeling great… Now a lot of people will expect us to win the 2023 World Cup… But we have shown the world how good we are tonight. Thought the wicket would be better, but a phenomenal day. The crowd at MCG is also great. At the same time, Chris Woakes said that winning the World Cup at MCG after losing a lot of matches in Australia is very spectacular.

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Another player Moeen Ali described the moment of winning the World Cup as one of his best days. He said, ‘One of the best days of my cricketing career. As a team, we have deserved this for a long time. It was about maintaining my intention, even if I was going to get out, I had to get out in a positive way.

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At the same time, England opener Alex Hales said, ‘I did not think that this opportunity would come again, so it is very special to be involved in it, it is icing on the gold. Pakistan have a high quality pace attack so it took time to settle down on their pitch… got to play good bowling!’

It is worth noting that after a brilliant bowling led by Sam Karen, Ben Stokes (52 not out) scored a half-century as England defeated Pakistan by five wickets in the thrilling final of the T20 World Cup 2022 to become champions for the second time. England won the first T20 World Cup title in 2010 in the West Indies under the captaincy of Paul Collingwood.

Tags: England, Pakistan, T20 World Cup, T20 World Cup 2022



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