Cricket World Cup

After losing to England Pakistan’s journey to the World Cup ended with the fifth position

After losing to England, Pakistan’s journey to the World Cup ended with the fifth position. In the 44th match of the World Cup, England defeated Pakistan by 93 runs and spoiled Pakistan’s hopes of playing in the semi-finals.

In the 44th match of the World Cup, England had given Pakistan a target of 338 runs to win, Pakistan had to achieve this target in 6.4 overs to reach the semi-finals, but Pakistan could not make this impossible possible and from the race of the semi-finals. was eliminated and ended the event with a fifth position.

In the match played at the Eden Gardens Stadium in Kolkata, England won the toss and decided to bat against Pakistan.

England’s innings:

The English team scored 337 runs for the loss of 9 wickets in the allotted 50 overs.

England’s first wicket fell on 82 runs, Iftikhar Ahmed dismissed David Mullan for 31 runs, and then Haris Rauf sent Jonny Bairstow back to the pavilion for 59 runs.

Ben Stokes played an inning of 84 runs, he was bowled by Shaheen Afridi, Jurot got out after scoring 60 runs, Harry Brook scored 30 runs and Jos Buttler scored 27 runs, Moeen Ali could score 8 runs.

On behalf of Pakistan, Haris Rauf got 3 wickets, Mohammad Wasim got 3 wickets, Shaheen Afridi got 2 wickets and Iftikhar Ahmed got one wicket.


Pakistan’s innings:

In pursuit of England’s 338 runs, the Pakistan team was bowled out for 244 runs in 43.3 overs.

On behalf of Pakistan, Salman Ali Agha scored 51 runs, Babar Azam scored 38 runs and Mohammad Rizwan scored 36 runs.

Haris Rauf scored 35, Saud Shakeel scored 29, Shaheen Shah Afridi scored 25, Shadab Khan scored 4, Iftikhar Ahmed scored 3 and Fakhar Zaman scored one while Abdullah Shafique was dismissed for zero.

This was the last match of both teams in the first stage of the World Cup, both Pakistan and England played nine matches, Pakistan won their 4 matches and England won their 3 matches.

Pakistan is fifth and England is seventh on the points table.

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