T20 Breaking : Winning the World Cup, England disappoints Pakistan

Finally the T20 World Cup 2022 has its winner and the Team England destroyed Pakistan with a thrilling victory in the finals at Melbourne.

Today in the all-important final of ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 winning the toss, England opted for bowling first at the Melbourne Cricket Ground of Australia.

Cricket fans saw both teams coming into this final in red-hot form with a few unexpected debacles. Looking forward to the challenge, England showed its cricket mettle and pick the trophy in a brilliant style.

Pakistan with a mere total of 137 runs for 8 wickets did not give a big target to the England. And the English players did the needful with six balls to spare losing only four wickets.

With a five wicket haul, Team England’s Ben Stokes came up as the Man with the Bat breaking the Pakie World Cup dream. He has also established as his worth as the best allrounder of the cricket world today.

England has won the T20 World Cup for the second time with the brave attempt of Ben with his strokes towards victory over the Team Pakistan with a successful contribution of 52 runs. Pakistan was making all efforts to repeat their World Cup victory of 1992, but Ben Stokes did not like this. And then what he did with the bat made a history for Team England.

Pakie batting once again proved a matter of huge concern for the team. In a significant contest like the final of the World Cup the Team Pakistani could only score one hundred and thirty seven runs, then it was truly too tough for them to stop the rivals reaching to the target.

The top Pakie order fell flat once again today, skipper Babar Azam could only make a little helpful individual contribution of 32 with  Shan Masood who scored 38. The 137 run score on a fast pitch was not a bad score as a target for England.

The Pakistani bowlers tried hard to save this target with taking initial three to four wickets and put pressure on England with dot balls also. Nevertheless, the low target proved a little to low for England that they finished the final mark with one over in hand. As the Pakie bowler, Haris Rauf picked 2 wickets for Pakistan whereas Mohammad Wasim, Shadab Khan and Shaheen Afridi got 1-1 wickets each.