Pakistan overcame England by 10 wickets on Thursday night in Karachi after mounting an amazing run chase. With his second T20I century, Pakistani skipper Babar Azam set the tone for the 200-run effort. Mohammad Rizwan added an error-free 88 off 51 balls. They made such a big impact that the hosts were able to win with only three balls left in the game.

Shortly after Pakistan’s top two batters put up a strong display, social media was flooded with compliments. Wasim Akram, a great fast bowler, was astounded by the skipper’s performance, which came after a run of low-scoring totals. Nasser Hussain, a former captain of England, made light of earlier criticism of Babar and Rizwan.

After Pakistan’s defeat in the Asia Cup finals, Shoaib Akhtar was on fire, and he was ecstatic with the performance. He was in such a good mood that Pakistan’s victory over India in the T20 World Cup the year before sprang to mind as he watched the mammoth run chase.

Pakistan has a reputation for winning without dropping a wicket. Otherwise, Pakistan ne India k kilaf issi tarah hi yaad hoga woh pichle saal Hindustan ko maara thi, Pakistan ne pehle dafa nahi kiya (Pakistan ne pehle dafa nahi kiya) The fact that Pakistan’s run chase was successful without a wicket being lost makes it noteworthy. The former Pakistani speedster was heard saying in a video that was shared on Twitter, “And if you remember, Pakistan defeated India last year, so this is not the first time they have done this.

Although Pakistan’s middle order, which was exposed against Sri Lanka in the Asia Cup finals, was questioned by Akhtar.”

The fire in Babar begins to blaze as Rizwan finds support. If Pakistan’s main bat-karta rehtha hun ki weaknesses are revealed in the future, it will be able to rectify them thanks to its middle order. The fire in Babar begins to ignite as Rizwan lends support. Normally, the sub-continent ki wicket yaha pe 200 pe 200 hona hain. Pakistan must, however, reassess its middle order due to its weaknesses in it. And when games are played on the sub-continent, it is typical for both teams to put 200 on the board, the ex-cricketer said.

Pakistan has now tied the seven-match series, which is now tied at one apiece, with the win. England had won the first game by a margin of six wickets.