England won by 23 Runs in 2nd T20 Match Pakistan vs England

In the second challenge of the four-match T20I series among Pakistan and Britain in Birmingham, notwithstanding Fakhar Zaman's energetic 45 off 21 balls upheld by Babar Azam and Iftikhar Ahmed with 32 and 23 runs separately, Britain secured triumph by 23 runs.

Pakistan, pursuing an objective of 184 runs, confronted quick tension when spinner Moeen Ali excused the in-structure Muhammad Rizwan for a duck in the first finished. Saim Ayub, supplanting Rizwan, likewise fell rapidly, overseeing only 2 runs.

Babar Azam and Fakhar Zaman balanced out the innings for some time, adding 53 runs together, however Babar's flight, decreed LBW to Moeen Ali, stopped their energy. Shadab Khan fell before long, trailed by Azam Khan, who contributed just 11 shows before his excusal to Bowman. Iftikhar Ahmed then joined Fakhar Zaman, yet their association was brief.

Fakhar Zaman's forceful innings of 45 runs off 21 balls reached a conclusion, leaving Pakistan at 99 for 6 in 12.2 overs. Notwithstanding endeavors from Iftikhar and Imad Wasim to speed up the scoring, their excusals with hardly a pause in between ran Pakistan's expectations. In the end, Pakistan was all out for 160 in 19.2 overs, missing the mark concerning the objective.

Britain's bowlers, drove by Topley with 3 wickets, upheld by Moeen Ali and Toxophilite with 2 wickets each, alongside commitments from Chris Jordan, Adil Rasheed, and Liam Livingstone, kept the tension on Pakistan all through the innings.

In the main innings, subsequent to winning the throw, Babar Azam selected to field. Britain's openers, Jos Buttler and Phil Salt, started off in great shape, arriving at 25 runs in the initial 3 overs. Notwithstanding, Imad Wasim's bowling change demonstrated successful as he excused Salt on the principal bundle of the fourth finished.

Will Jacks joined Buttler, adding 71 runs together before Jacks was excused for 37 by Haris Rauf. Notwithstanding fast commitments from Jonny Bairstow, Britain attempted to keep up with organizations as Pakistani bowlers took ordinary wickets. Buttler, notwithstanding, moored the innings, scoring 85 runs off 51 balls, directing Britain to a sum of 183 for 7 wickets in their 20 overs.

Shaheen Afridi was Pakistan's driving wicket-taker with figures of 3 for 40, while Muhammad Amir and Imad Wasim took 2 wickets each, adding to confining Britain's aggregate.
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