ENG vs PAK, 2nd Odi Match Report: england beat pakistan in second odi at lords eng vs pak 2nd odi ben stokes ENG vs PAK: Where will you hide your face now! Pakistan’s second embarrassing defeat at the hands of England’s improvised team, lost the series

ENG vs PAK, 2nd Odi Match Report: england beat pakistan in second odi at lords eng vs pak 2nd odi ben stokes ENG vs PAK: Where will you hide your face now! Pakistan’s second embarrassing defeat at the hands of England’s improvised team, lost the series

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England beat Pakistan in 2nd ODI&nbsp | &nbspPhoto Credits:&nbspAP

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  • Pakistan got a crushing defeat at the hands of England in the second consecutive ODI
  • England team was all out after scoring 247 runs in 45.2 overs.
  • Pakistan’s team was reduced to such a score while chasing the target

London: It is really a matter of fact on the Pakistan cricket team that how will you hide your face now? Babar Azam-led strong Pakistan suffered a humiliating 52-run defeat at the hands of England’s improvised team in the second consecutive ODI. In the second ODI played on Saturday at the historic Lord’s ground, England batted first and the entire team was all out after scoring 247 runs in 45.2 overs. In reply, Pakistan’s team was bundled out for 195 runs in 41 overs. The match started late due to rain and was reduced to 47 overs per innings.

With this win, England have won the three-match ODI series. Ben Stokes-led England took an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series. The third and final match of the series will be played in Leeds on Tuesday. Remember that England’s main team was isolated before the series against Pakistan because seven of its members were found positive in the Kovid-19 test. The ECB then hurriedly announced a new team under the leadership of Ben Stokes. In the first ODI, five players from England made their ODI debut.

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Pakistan batsmen surrender

Pakistan had to bear a crushing defeat of 9 wickets in the first ODI. In the second ODI, his bowlers raised hopes of victory by all-out England, but the batsmen split. Chasing the target of 248 runs, Pakistan got off to a bad start. His top five batsmen had returned to the pavilion on 86 runs.

Imam-ul-Haq (1), Captain Babar Azam (19), Mohammad Rizwan (5), Fakhar Zaman (10), and Shoaib Maqsood (19) were dismissed frequently. Shadab Khan (21) along with Saud Shakeel (56) took the score beyond 100, but Gregory broke the partnership by getting Shadab caught at the hands of Parkinson. Faheem Ashraf (1) also got out early.

Hasan Ali scored 31 runs in 17 balls with the help of two fours and three sixes and then returned to the pavilion after being caught by Overton off the ball of Cars. Shakeel completed his half-century, but could not get Pakistan to win. Parkinson made him his second victim. Then Pakistan’s innings came to an end as soon as Harris Rauf (1) was dismissed. Lewis Gregory took three wickets for England. Saqib Mahmood, Craig Overton and Matt Parkinson took two wickets each. Brydon Cars was a success.

Hasan Ali’s lethal bowling, somehow England made a respectable score

Earlier, Pakistan bowled out England’s innings for 247 runs in 45.2 overs in the rain-hit second ODI on Saturday on the back of excellent bowling by fast bowler Hasan Ali (5 for 51). England were struggling for the seventh wicket in the 28th over for 160 runs, but after this Lewis Gregory (40) and Brydon Cars (31) shared a 77-ball 69 for the eighth wicket to reach a respectable score. helped in This is a record eighth wicket partnership for England at the historic Lord’s ground.

This partnership was broken by Haris Rauf (2 for 54) by the dismissal of Gregory. Earlier, Pakistan won the toss and elected to bowl and their bowlers sent openers David Malan and Jack Crowley to the pavilion without opening the account. The team’s second opener Phil Salt (60) and James Vince (56) shared a 97-run partnership for the third wicket to hold the match.

After Salt’s dismissal, captain Ben Stokes (22) and wicketkeeper John Simpson (17) failed to convert a good start into big innings, while Craig Overton became the victim of Hasan Ali without opening the account. Playing his 56th ODI, Hasan Ali has taken five wickets in ODIs for the fourth time.


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