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Pakistan media coordinator intervenes as Shaun Tait shares a fact in PC
By SMCS - Oct 2, 2022 12:10 pm
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Pakistan will play against England on Sunday, October 2. Moreover, the match will be played at Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore, Pakistan. England have won against Pakistan on Friday in the sixth match. Moeen Ali went on to win the toss at Gaddafi Stadium and he decided to bowl first.

Shaun Tait
Shaun Tait

Pakistan scored 169 runs with a loss of six wickets in 20 overs. However, England chased down the score in just the 15th over and they won the sixth match by eight wickets as well. Phil Salt went on to win the man of the match award where he scored 88 runs from 41 balls with a strike rate of 214.63.

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Pakistan skipper Babar Azam played a brilliant knock against England where he scored 87 runs from 59 balls with a strike rate of 147.46. Sam Curran scalped two wickets against Pakistan in the sixth match. And, Shaun Tait attended the press conference after Pakistan’s loss and he also said, “they send me when we lose badly”. However, the Pakistani media coordinator quickly intervened.

After the match, Babar Azam said: “After losing a couple of early wickets, we thought 170 was a good score. Maybe we were 10 runs or so short, but the way Salt batted in the first 4-5 overs, they took the game away from us. The way they used the powerplay was the turnaround today. I think the middle-order needs to step up, they need to take responsibility. As openers, we need to build partnerships to not put the pressure on them.”

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Moeen Ali said: “Very happy, the way we batted in particular was outstanding. We killed the game straight away, shows that if we stick to the processes, we can win. The seamers were very good today. There was also no slogging today, just some good shots off-side and leg-side by our batters. It’s been a good series, 3-3 heading into the final and all to play for. (On Jos Buttler) He’s training a lot more now, we don’t know though if we may risk him with the World Cup so close. There are games to play in Australia as well. But you never know, he may turn up day after.”

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