The inaugural person Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan, teamed up for a record as Pakistan beat England in the second match of a seven-match T20I series on Thursday at the National Stadium in Karachi. Babar held on to Pakistan with an unbeaten record of 110 from 66 balls, while Rizwan added to him with an undefeated 88 with just 51 balls. Chasing the 200 target, Babar and Rizwan take home with three spare balls. While Rizwan was in top form for the team, Babar’s form dropped slightly in the Asian Cup.
However, the Pakistan captain silenced his critics and helped his team level the score at 1-1.
While analyzing the Pakistani chase, the former Indian hitman Aakash Chopra says that while Babar may be more skillful than his opening partner, Rizwan is more important, in terms of their partnership.
“Watching the highlights of Pak’s excellent chase last night…while there’s no argument as to who is more skillful between Babar and Rizwan, I really feel that who is more important in the game. their partnership. Especially in the PP voiceover. Thoughts/Observations are welcome,” Chopra tweeted.
Watch the highlights of Pak’s excellent chase last night…while there’s no argument as to who is more skillful between Babar and Rizwan, I really feel that who is more important in the relationship. their partner. Especially in the narration PP. Thoughts/observations are welcome
– Aakash Chopra (@cricketaakash) September 23, 2022
Remarkably, it was Rizwan who played the aggressor early in the rounds, as Babar started cautiously.
However, after completing his fifties, Babar sped up the rounds by hitting with no effort at all.
Meanwhile, the victory breaks Pakistan’s three-match losing streak that stretches back to the Asian Cup.
Pakistan and England will play against each other in the third T20I of a series of seven matches on Friday.
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