Pakistan Chief Selector Claims We Will Beat India In T20 World Cup Again

Reasons Behind Pakistan’s Loss Against England In T20 World Cup Final: England won the T20 World Cup trophy after an era. Ben Stokes became the hero again in the final. Jos Buttler’s team beat Pakistan in a tight match. But according to experts, Shaheen Afridi’s injury is the turning point of the match. But there are several other reasons behind England’s victory.

1. Shaheen Afridi’s injury: Shaheen Afridi made the first comeback for Pakistan in the final. He dismissed Alex Hales, the hero of the victory against India, in the first over. In the first spell, Pak bowled with fire, the best weapon of the pace attack. Attacking his bowling became virtually impossible for the England batsmen. But Shaheen injured his leg while taking a catch. Forced to leave the field. Despite that, Shaheen was desperate to bowl. But he could not stand with the first ball of his third over. Instead, the ball was handed over to Iftikhar Ahmed. That’s where the match turned.

2. Slow batting in power play: Indian batsmen could not score any runs during the power play against England in the semi-final. Due to him, India could not score big runs in the end. Pakistan also made the same mistake on the big stage of the final. Babar Azam suffered as a result of slow batting in the power play. Pak’s innings stopped at just 137 runs. This meager run capital was not enough for Pakistan to stop England’s devastating batting line-up.

3. Failure of Pak Middle Order: The failure of the power play drove Pakistan’s entire batting line-up. The batsmen could not move in front of the miserable bowling of Adil Rashid and Sam Curran. Mohammed Rizwan-Iftikhar Ahmed played mistimed shots under pressure while scoring runs. As a result, Puck batting became completely ineffective after losing wickets continuously. Babar scored nominal runs. Fighting back with just 137 runs in the final match is virtually impossible.

4. Sam Curran: England’s young all-rounder was named man of the match and tournament. Sam Curran ended Pakistan’s batting alone. Along with preventing runs, he has done both tasks perfectly, taking wickets at regular intervals. Facing the pressure of the final, Pakistan’s middle order collapsed in front of his impeccable bowling. The young all-rounder was instrumental in setting the stage for England’s World Cup victory.

5. Joss The Boss: It became quite difficult to bat on the grass pitch. But the England captain instilled this belief in the team that aggressive batting can be done even in difficult situations. Although he was not seen in devastating form like in the semi-final. Still, 26 runs on the day of the final are worth nothing. Ben Stokes flourished on the stage he created. The World Cup final is like a stage for Stokes to write a fairy tale. Coping with the difficult situation, he survived in the field even after being injured in the field. He left the field after winning the team by scoring a half-century.

England won the ODI World Cup for the first time in 2019. Three years later, the English are world champions again. Jos Buttler became the first team to own two World Cups at the same time. Pakistan had to stop despite instilling hope in the hearts of the fans. The fairy tale of 1992 has not been rewritten.


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