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Jason Roy against Pakistan
England defeated Pakistan by 3 wickets in the last T20 match to take the three-match T20 series 2-1. This was possible due to the brilliant bowling of Adil Rashid and the stormy innings of Jason Roy. Pakistan won the first match of the series, while England won the second match and leveled the series and won the last match and captured the series.
Rizwan scored 76 runs
Batting first, Pakistan scored 154 for 6 wickets. Once again after a good start, the middle order batsmen of Pakistan could not take advantage of it. The first wicket fell for 42 runs in the form of captain Babar Azam. Azam was dismissed after scoring 11 runs. At the same time, the second wicket of Pakistan fell for 67 runs. Shoaib Maqsood was dismissed after scoring 13 runs off 12 balls. Mohammad Hafeez returned to the pavilion by giving a catch on the fourth ball of the same over.
At the same time, Rizwan, who remained at one end, along with Fakhar Zaman, took the innings beyond 100 runs, but after Fakhar’s dismissal for 114 runs, no batsman could support Rizwan from the other end. Shadab Khan was dismissed for 125 and Imad Wasim was dismissed for 129. Rizwan remained unbeaten on 76 off 57 balls as he hit 5 fours and 3 sixes in his innings. On the other hand, Adil Rashid took 4 wickets for 35 runs for England. At the same time, Moeen Ali also got a wicket.
Great start for England
The English team started chasing the target with a bang. England’s first wicket fell for 67 runs. Jos Buttler got out after scoring 21 runs. At the same time, David Malan, who came to bat after Butler’s dismissal, gave full support to Jason Roy. Together they took the team’s score to 92 runs. Roy scored 64 runs in 36 balls. He hit 12 fours and a six in his innings.
After Roy, captain ON Morgan took over the innings and supported Malan. Malan scored 31 runs in 33 balls and Morgan made 21 runs in 12 balls. Mohammad Hafiz took 3 wickets for 28 runs for Pakistan. While Imad Wasim, Hasan Ali, Usman Qadir, Shadab Khan took one wicket each.