After Lossing 11 Matches Pakistan Won the match

By eeeps.sh7 | eeeps | 4 Jun 2019


In the sixth match of the World Cup, Pakistan beat England by 14 runs at Trent Bridge. After facing defeat in 11 loss matches, Pakistan finally won the taste of the win. England had not been able to cross the finish line, despite Root and Jos Butler's century. For Pakistan, Wahab Riaz took three wickets, while Mohammad Aamir and Shadab Khan were 2-2. Mohammed Hafeez, who made an all-around appearance, became the Man of the Match. He scored 84 runs with a bat and was 1 for 43 in 7 overs.

He played Nic in this match and I hope it had given him a boost of confidence in the next games they are going to play. .This could not be possible if Root and Jos Buttler had done a partnership of 130 runs in 105 balls for the fifth wicket. Root scored the first century of 2019 World Cup 201 in 104 balls with 10 fours and one six in 110 balls. But Butler scored 103 runs off 76 balls with 9 fours and 2 sixes. When both batsmen were batting, it seemed as if the match was coming out of Pakistan, but they were caught out in both the short thirds by a century. 

However, after Moeen Ali and Chris Woakes were dismissed cheaply, Pakistan, who returned to the pavilion cheaply, won the match easily in the end.. But after all, they played nice and after losing this many matches if was very important for team Pakistan to win the match and give some confidence to their team and also their country that they are back in the game. It was very nice that they have forgotten their last game which they lost against West Indices and they played nicely in today match. 

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