World Cup 2019: All-Round Pakistan Stun England By 14 Runs

Pakistan Stun England By 14 Runs

Pakistan Stun England By 14 Runs

Pakistan stunned England by 14 keeps running at Trent Bridge on Monday as they finished a long losing streak in one-day internationals in spite of two centuries for the World Cup 2019 host country. Joe Root (107) and Jos Buttler (103) were controlling the competition top picks towards an impressive focus of 349 after Pakistan left England requiring a World Cup record pursue. The pair put on 130 for the fifth wicket however both were out soon after achieving their hundreds and the tail had a lot to do.

It was an exceptional turnaround for Pakistan, whose opening match of this World Cup had seen then droop to 105 hard and fast in a seven-wicket rout by the West Indies at a similar ground.

That destruction was their eleventh straight misfortune in finished one-day internationals, including the ongoing 4-0 arrangement annihilation by England.

In any case, they began unequivocally at Trent Bridge on Monday and made 348 for eight, Mohammad Hafeez top-scoring with 84.

No side had recently made all the more batting second to win a World Cup coordinate than Ireland, with 329 for seven against England at Bangalore in 2011.

Britain’s pursuit got off to a terrible begin when Jason Roy was lbw on the breadth to leg-spinner Shadab Khan to leave them 12 for one.

Jonny Bairstow, whose opening association with Roy has been a key factor in England’s ascent to number one in the one-day worldwide rankings, at that point succumbed to 32 when he was gotten behind off Wahab Riaz.

It was the spinners who struck straightaway, England commander Eoin Morgan (nine) bowled by Mohammad Hafeez before Pakistan chief and wicket-attendant Sarfaraz Ahmed held an edged cut by all-rounder Ben Stokes (13) off Shoaib Malik.

In any case, Buttler and Root both hit transcending sixes off Hafeez as England quickened on a pitch where they had twice set the world record for the most elevated ODI absolute.

Buttler finished a normally dashing fifty off 34 balls when he pulled Shadab for six as England, who just a month ago pursued down an objective of 341 to beat Pakistan in the fourth ODI at Trent Bridge, began to assume responsibility.

Root dismantled Hasan Ali for four to go to 97 preceding his snappy single off Riaz saw him to a fifteenth ODI century in 97 balls, with nine fours and a six.

Be that as it may, he fell soon a while later, controlling Shadab to Hafeez at short third man to end a remain of 130 with Buttler.

Wicketkeeper Buttler, one conveyance in the wake of finishing a 75-ball century, was additionally gotten at short third man when he guided Mohammad Amir to individual left-arm fast Riaz.

Chris Woakes (21) kept England in the chase before he was gotten behind off Riaz and, at 320 for eight an objective of 29 off 12 balls demonstrated excessively.

Earlier,Hafeez drove a tremendously improved Pakistan batting exertion that saw Babar Azam (63) and Pakistan chief Sarfaraz Ahmed (55) additionally making fifties.

Pakistan were fixed by a blast of bouncers against the West Indies and England conveyed comparative strategies after Morgan won the hurl, with their assault including reviewed quick bowler Mark Wood.

Be that as it may, Pakistan adapted and for all the discussion about England’s quicks, it was off-spinner Moeen who took the initial three wickets.

Britain, who propelled their World Cup battle with a 104-run whipping of South Africa, were shockingly messy in the field, while their quick bowlers were costly – Jofra Archer’s 10 wicketless overs cost 79 runs.

Pakistan assaulted from the begin, with openers Fakhar Zaman and Imam-ul-Haq sharing a remain of 82.

Babar finished a run-a-ball fifty while Hafeez pushed on subsequent to being dropped on 14 when Roy amazed a sitter at mid-off.

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