PAK vs ENG: Babar Azam’s storming century, Pakistan reach a record target of 200 runs without losing a wicket.

Karachi: Pakistan won the 2nd T20 against England by 10 wickets (PAK vs ENG). Batting first, England scored 199 runs for five wickets. Captain Moeen Ali remained unbeaten on 55 runs. But Pakistan won with the good partnership of captain Babar Azam and wicketkeeper Muhammad Rizwan. This is the highest score scored without losing a wicket in international T20 cricket.

Babar scored a century

Babar Azam scored his second century in international T20 cricket. The player completed his century in 62 balls with 9 fours and 5 sixes. His bat scored 110 runs off 66 balls. Babar’s bat has been quiet since the Asia Cup. He scored only 68 runs in 6 matches of the tournament. After scoring 31 runs in the first match against England, he now scored a century in the second match. Pakistan set the target in the last over.

At the same time, world number one T20 batsman Mohammad Rizwan remained unbeaten with 88 runs off 51 balls. It is the sixth time in T20 International cricket that an opening pair has put on a partnership of 200 or more runs. Babar and Rizwan added 197 runs for Pakistan against South Africa last year.

England’s innings

Earlier, openers Salt and Alex Hales gave England a good start. Both of them put on a partnership of 42 runs for the first wicket. Shanawaz Dahani dismissed Hales (26) and David Malan (0) off two consecutive balls. Batting at number four, Ben Ducklett took the innings and scored quickly. Captain Moeen Ali scored 55 runs off 23 balls. His innings took England to 199 runs. Dahani and Harris Rauf took 2 wickets each for Pakistan. Pakistan’s win leveled the 7-match series at 1-1.

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