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Pakistan vs England, 7th T20I at Lahore, PAK v ENG, Oct 02 2022 - Match Result

RESULT
7th T20I (N), Lahore, October 02, 2022, England tour of Pakistan
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209/3
(20 ov, T:210) 142/8

England won by 67 runs

Player Of The Match
78* (47)
dawid-malan
Player Of The Series
238 runs
harry-brook
Match centre 
Scores: Chandan Duorah | Comms: Alan Gardner
Scorecard summary
England 209/3(20 overs)
78* (47)
46* (29)
0/24 (4)
Pakistan 142/8(20 overs)
56 (43)
3/26 (4)
2/22 (4)
end of over 207 runs • 1 wicket
PAK: 142/8CRR: 7.10 
Mohammad Hasnain5 (4b)
Haris Rauf1 (1b)
David Willey 4-0-22-2
Chris Woakes 4-0-26-3

11.35pm: And that is that, the first seven-match T20I series between Full Members wrapped up in a bow. We were royally entertained throughout, even if the home fans were left wanting more - much more - from the final encounter. The World Cup looms, although both teams have antipodean commitments before the tournament begins. We'll be across all of it, of course. For now, thanks for keeping us company. From Miller, myself and Chandan, it's good night and good luck. Ciao!

11.25pm: Presentations time, starting with Player of the Match Dawid Malan: "We saw this as a final, so to do it under pressure and put up a big score was fantastic. We felt the first 12-14 overs it was coming on nicely, then it slowed up. Luckily our bowlers learned from their lessons with the ball, bowl into the wicket, changes of pace. They bowled fantastically well. We're getting a break here and there, looking forward to getting to Australia and having a couple of days off. But it's been fantastic to be here, thanks for having us."

Mohammad Rizwan is the Complete Performer of the Series, and gets a big cardboard cheque (but no interview).

Harry Brook is Player of the Series: "[Secret of success] Just try to hit straight and play the ball on its merit. Plenty of practice, time in the nets and doing drills. I'll look to hit straight and if there's a gap I'll manipulate the field. [WC spot] We'll see, looking forward to getting out there, we've got Australia in a three-match series and then on to the World Cup. Hopefully we can push for the trophy. Been great fun over here."

Pakistan captain Babar Azam: [Sorry, no Urdu translation today]

England captain Moeen Ali: "Brilliant game today, we played really well from the start. The batters put up a very good score and I thought our bowling was outstanding in wet conditions. [Top order] They give confidence to everyone else. The strike rates they bat at is really important. After we lost a couple, credit to the boys, they went out and played how they wanted. We had two must-win games, to come back and win them is good to see. We're in a good position, and it shows the depth we have. Just want to say thank you to everyone, and the PCB for looking after us."

11.10pm: England's return to Pakistan after a 17-year absence will go down as a successful one. You could barely separate these sides with a Rizla through the series, only for a gulf to open up at the last - this going down as Pakistan's fourth-heaviest defeat in terms of runs in T20Is. England will head on to Australia feeling pretty chipper, with their World Cup squad to be bolstered by the likes of Ben Stokes, Liam Livingstone and Chris Jordan; for Pakistan, there will doubtless be some more introspection to come about their method, as failures for Babar and Rizwan again exposed the shortcomings of their middle order

19.6
2
Willey to Mohammad Hasnain, 2 runs

chipped h-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-g-h- out towards deep extra cover, again lands safely! But Pakistan have been mauled in Game 7, England winning by 67 runs to claim the series 4-3

19.5
Willey to Mohammad Hasnain, no run

bumper, wide of the stumps. Hasnain flails at it in vain

19.4
1
Willey to Haris Rauf, 1 run

back of a length, skewed off the toe end as Rauf looks to pull

19.4
1w
Willey to Haris Rauf, 1 wide

slung wide out towards the tramlines

19.3
1
Willey to Mohammad Hasnain, 1 run

miscued straight up... plops to earth between mid-on and mid-off! Both were back on the boundary, to be fair (not sure why for Mohammad Hasnain), and were never getting in

19.2
2
Willey to Mohammad Hasnain, 2 runs

full outside off and blapped out towards deep extra cover. Woakes is running around the rope and opts to stop it with his boot

Mohammad Hasnain is in

19.1
W
Willey to Mohammad Wasim, OUT

bowled 'im! Wasim walks across his stumps looking to ramp, only for Willey to hit the top of off. Stump out of the ground. Pakistan have been flattened in this game

Mohammad Wasim b Willey 5 (5b 1x4 0x6 8m) SR: 100

Willey to finish off

end of over 196 runs • 1 wicket
PAK: 135/7CRR: 7.10 RRR: 75.00 • Need 75 from 6b
Mohammad Wasim5 (4b 1x4)
Chris Woakes 4-0-26-3
Sam Curran 3-0-27-1
18.6
W
Woakes to Masood, OUT

Rashid scoops a blinder! Sliced towards short third and he springs to his right to hold a low, diving catch. Masood did pretty well for 56 off 43 - even if the situation demanded a lot more - but he'll trudge off to the dressing room with one more over of this game to go

Shan Masood c Rashid b Woakes 56 (43b 4x4 1x6 86m) SR: 130.23
18.5
4
Woakes to Masood, FOUR runs

wide full toss, squirted away! Only needed to get some bat on it and the ball flies down to deep third

18.4
Woakes to Masood, no run

slower ball wide of the stumps. Masood heaves hard, but doesn't connect

18.3
1
Woakes to Mohammad Wasim, 1 run

short ball, angling in and gloved down to fine leg on the pull

18.2
Woakes to Mohammad Wasim, no run

full toss, at the body but Wasim misses out, again deflected through to the keeper

Here's Vinay: "Mark my words: this top-heavy dependent Pakistan team is not going to semi in WC. They also have problems with bouncers and short balling which will be a major difference in Aus. "

18.1
1
Woakes to Masood, 1 run

short of a length, possibly a cutter and Masood clips a pull to deep square leg

Last couple. This epic series is ending with a sigh...

end of over 1813 runs • 1 wicket
PAK: 129/6CRR: 7.16 RRR: 40.50 • Need 81 from 12b
Mohammad Wasim4 (2b 1x4)
Shan Masood51 (39b 3x4 1x6)
Sam Curran 3-0-27-1
Reece Topley 4-0-34-1
17.6
Sam Curran to Mohammad Wasim, no run

slower ball, heading down leg but brushes the pad through to Salt as Wasim swings across it

17.5
4
Sam Curran to Mohammad Wasim, FOUR runs

full length, blasted straight! Umpire Yaqoob has to take evasive action, that was firmly struck. Long-on can't get across

More silence at the Gaddafi. Out walks Mohammad Wasim, who didn't have an enjoyable night with the ball...

17.4
W
Sam Curran to Nawaz, OUT

bumper, pulled to deep backward square leg! Didn't get much above hip height but Nawaz simply helped it down the throat of the fielder, Woakes stooping low for a catch a few yards in

Mohammad Nawaz c Woakes b Curran 9 (9b 1x4 0x6 19m) SR: 100
17.3
1
Sam Curran to Masood, 1 run

zippy little bumper, 135kph/84mph and pulled flat to deep midwicket

17.3
1w
Sam Curran to Masood, 1 wide

full down leg, Masood swipes at it... and Salt is appealing confidently. Moeen reviews, possibly just because he can. Did he get a tickle on that flick to leg? No, not by a long distance! So it's back to being a wide

17.2
2
Sam Curran to Masood, 2 runs

short of a length outside off, Masood rocks back and splits the leg-side boundary rides for two. Fifty up for Masood. Utter silence around the ground

17.2
1w
Sam Curran to Masood, 1 wide

sprayed down the leg side

"Masood is working for his spot for long run." To be honest, Musa, I'm not sure this display would play him in to many T20 sides...

Best performances - batters
Spike Graph
Wagon Zone
DJ Malan
78 runs (47)
8 fours3 sixes
Productive shot
pull
17 runs
2 fours1 six
Control
70%
Shan Masood
56 runs (43)
4 fours1 six
Productive shot
flick
10 runs
0 four0 six
Control
70%
Best performances - bowlers
CR Woakes
O
4
M
0
R
26
W
3
ECO
6.5
FTYFGSGS
OFFLEG
RHB
1W
1W
LEGOFF
LHB
1W
DJ Willey
O
4
M
0
R
22
W
2
ECO
5.5
FTYFGSGS
OFFLEG
RHB
1W
1W
LEGOFF
LHB
Match details
Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore
TossPakistan, elected to field first
Series
Season2022
Player Of The Match
Player Of The Series
Series resultEngland won the 7-match series 4-3
Match numberT20I no. 1804
Match days2 October 2022 - night (20-over match)
Umpires
TV Umpire
Reserve Umpire
Match Referee
Language
English
Win Probability
ENG 100%
ENGPAK
100%50%100%ENG InningsPAK Innings

Over 20 • PAK 142/8

Mohammad Wasim b Willey 5 (5b 1x4 0x6 8m) SR: 100
W
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