Pakistan batsman flop I pakistan batting collapse in second odi against england at lords you will not be able to! In the second ODI, Pakistani batsmen were piled up one by one
England vs Pakistan 2nd ODI  |  Photo Credits: Twitter
- Pakistan suffered a 52-run defeat in the second ODI
- Poor performance of Pakistan’s leading batsmen once again
- Pakistan’s Saud Shakeel scored his first half-century
London: The Pakistan cricket team’s embarrassing performance in the second ODI on the tour of England continued. Babar Azam-led Pakistan team suffered a second consecutive embarrassing defeat at the hands of a second-rate England team. Before the series, it was expected that the main players of England are in isolation, then Pakistan will take full advantage of this and make the series their name. But quite the opposite happened. The Pakistani team, which is called strong, proved to be a complete failure in front of England.
It was a matter of happiness for England that they got the future captain in Ben Stokes and at the same time they got to know that the bench strength is very strong. At the same time, the Pakistan team is trying to find a solution where to hide its face in shame. Let us inform that England had set a target of 248 runs to win against Pakistan in the second ODI, chasing which the Men in Green were bundled out for 195 runs in 41 overs and lost the match by 52 runs.
Chasing the target in the second ODI played at Lord’s, the Pakistan team yearned for a good partnership. The top batsmen of the team were very disappointed and could not stay on the pitch. Saud Shafiq was the only batsman who managed to score a half-century, but apart from this, the top batsmen came and returned.
Let us tell you how Pakistan’s innings kneeled in the second consecutive ODI:
1st wicket – Imam-ul-Haq (1 run) – Score 1/1
2nd wicket – Babar Azam (19 runs) – Score 25/2
3rd Wicket – Mohammad Rizwan (5 runs) – Score 36/3
4th wicket – Fakhar Zaman (10 runs) – Score 53/4
Fifth wicket – Shoaib Maqsood (19 runs) – Score 86/5
6th wicket – Shadab Khan (21 runs) – Score 115/6
7th wicket – Faheem Ashraf (1 run) – Score 118/7
Eighth wicket – Hasan Ali (31 runs) – Score 152/8
9th wicket – Saud Shakeel (56 runs) – Score 192/9
Tenth wicket – Harris Rauf (1 run) – Score 195/10
Gregory became man of the match
For hosts England, Lewis Gregory was adjudged man of the match for his all-round performance. He made a useful contribution of 40 runs in the first batting. After this, he made three Pakistani batsmen his prey. Lewis Gregory took three wickets for England. Saqib Mahmood, Craig Overton and Matt Parkinson took two wickets each. Brydon Cars was a success.
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.
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