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Babar Azam chases world record with partner Mod Rizwan

England suffered a bruise in the second T20I of this seven-match series. Incredible batting by Pakistan openers Mohammad Rizuwan and Babar Azam his display saw him score 200 runs without losing a wicket. Luckily for England it’s a quick turn around coming a day after his third T20 ended in defeat.

Yesterday, Moeen Ali won the toss and was selected to the first at-bat. England started slowly, with solid contributions from Phil Salt (30), Ben Duckett (43) and Harry Brooke (31), but Moen himself (55*) finished the innings admirably. Finished, he pushed England to 199-5 in the middle stage.

This was an out-of-reach total for Pakistan, who had scored just 158 ​​points two days earlier. Rizwan and Babar had no choice but to attack to keep up with 10 runs per overrate. They were nearly perfect with one chance, a drop catch for Alex Hales, which was the only drawback of the partnership. Rizwan finished with his 88* and Babar (110*) scored his 100 in his T20I for the second time, topping Pakistan in single combat. The series is now at the 1v1 level, and expect more drama and excitement tonight.

Follow all the action from Karachi as Pakistan host England in T20, the third in the series.

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Mark Wood is back!

This is his first international match since the first Test against the West Indies in Antigua in March. That same month he underwent surgery on his right elbow, requiring further surgery in July, ruled out the rest of the UK summer.

The 32-year-old is back in the England squad tonight as he looks to prove his fitness ahead of next month’s World Cup. Once he’s fully formed, he’ll be a great assist for England.

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Why Babar Decided To Bowl First

Pakistan captain Babar Azam won the toss in Karachi and decided to throw the ball first. He explained why:

“I feel good, but it’s not easy to play consecutive games.

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Will Jacks makes his debut

Surrey’s Will Jacks will make his England debut as a batting all-rounder tonight after being awarded his first cap by county team-mate Sam Curran.

The 23-year-old had an impressive summer, shining in The Hundred’s Oval Invincibles. He joins the team to replace Alex Hales.

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Moen Ali’s pre-fight thoughts

England captain Moen Ali told the toss what to expect from today’s game.

“Obviously we have to score big against them on this surface.

“We are playing really good cricket. but we didn’t.”

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England lose toss, batting first

Babar Azam won the toss in Karachi and decided to throw the ball first. Moeen Ali captained England again and said he wanted to throw the ball first.

Will Jacks will replace Alex Hales on the team, while Mark Wood and Reese Topley will also replace Luke Wood and David Willie.

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Tammy Beaumont Excited About Return of Lord After ‘Too Long’ Away

Tammy Beaumont believes England are preparing to return to cricket’s home turf for the series finale against India five years after they last played a one-day international match at Lord’s.

England were their opponents when they last played Lords in the historic 2017 World Cup final and lifted the trophy in front of a sold-out crowd.

In 2021, England did not play at a single Test venue, but this year they have already played at Seat Unique Riverside in Durham, with their final game of the summer at Lords on Saturday.

Beaumont believes some of the players who played alongside her in the World Cup final missed the chance to return to Rose.

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Decisive toss to win?

Moeen Ali has won the toss twice in both matches in this series. He decided to throw the ball first in the opening game and England beat 158 ​​with relative ease. In the second game, he decided to bat first and despite putting 199 on the board, Pakistan chased it with three balls to go.

First bowling seems to be a key component of these games in Karachi. So today’s toss can be essential to winning. The old adage is usually ‘win the toss, bat first’, but in Asia he doesn’t do that at T20.

Nine times out of ten, the team that bats second wins the game. No wonder it happens again tonight.

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Moen takes responsibility for the defeat

England captain Moen Ali was out yesterday’s match when he decided to bowl himself in the 13th over despite pre-game plans that the right-handed batsman would enjoy attacking off-spin bowlers. He admitted to gambling at

“Throwing the overs changed the momentum. It gave them confidence and after that they were almost unstoppable,” he said after the home side won 1–1 after two games.

“I felt like I had most things under control. I really feel like I lost the game for us. We almost bought wickets, obviously it didn’t work out and that’s when Pakistan really won the match.”

Moeen’s over was 21 runs, including three sixes, more than the runrate needed by Pakistan. Despite Moen’s feelings on the matter, Mohammad Rizwan and Babar Azam yesterday had just Liam Dawson 0-26 (4) and Sam Curran 0-29 (4) ahead of Britain’s respectable bowling figures. It came out of the game with something like, and was an unstoppable force.

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Andrew Strauss plans cricket reform labeled ‘impossible’ by county mayor

The County Mayor has criticized the domestic cricket reforms proposed by Sir Andrew Strauss, even though he acknowledges that changes are necessary.

The former Test captain has spent the past six months overseeing the England and Wales Cricket Commission’s High Performance Review, which began in the aftermath of last winter’s thrashing of the Ashes, and has come up with 17 recommendations.

Fifteen of them are under the jurisdiction of the ECB and already have the necessary support, but it would take at least 12 of the 18 leading counties to move forward with two important proposals, including a major reorganization of the county calendar. Requires county support.

But Sussex chairman John Philby told the BBC, “As far as county cricket is concerned, Strauss’ high-performance review doesn’t work as well.”

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Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan’s masterclass dominates England as Pakistan win by 10 wickets

England had no answer for a majestic 200-run partnership between centurion Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan as Pakistan took a 10-wicket win in Karachi to level the Twenty20 series at 1–1.

Tourists were very happy after scoring 5 to 199. The captain won his team’s opening game overall at home, though Moeen Ali put him in front with 23 deliveries, not 55 out.

Babar ridiculed about his scoring rate in the Asian Cup, hitting 110 balls instead of 66, while Rizwan broke an unbeaten 88, sharing nine 6s and 16 fours.

England would be concerned about the lack of cuts from their bowling attack, but they produced a 2 against Rizwan as Alex Hales dropped him for 23 and Phil Salt spurred him to stumble for 32. One chance wasted.

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