Pakistan vs England: Centenary Babar Azam in stunning top spot with Mohammad Rizwan earns remarkable victory | Cricket News


Pakistan captain Babar Azam hit 110 and fellow countryman Mohammad Rizwan hit 88 in a record stand; England went 199-5 after an unbeaten 55 from captain Moeen Ali; Watch the third T20I between Pakistan and England live on Sky Sports Cricket at 3pm Friday

Last update: 22/09/22 19:03

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Pakistani captain Babar Azam enjoyed a brilliant century to help his side secure a remarkable victory over England

Pakistani captain Babar Azam enjoyed a brilliant century to help his side secure a remarkable victory over England

A superb unbeaten opening partnership between Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan saw Pakistan pull off a remarkable chase to beat England by 10 wickets and level their T20I series at 1-1.

Pakistani captain Babar hit 110 from 66 with opening partner Rizwan finishing on 88 from 51 deliveries as the hosts chased a goal of 200 without losing a wicket in Karachi.

England looked to be in a hugely strong position after captain Moeen Ali’s unbeaten 55 helped his side to a 199-5 scoreline after winning the coin toss and opting to strike, on a surface both skippers said was s expect to favor the bowlers.

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