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19th: England 180-5 (Moyenne 38, Curran 9) Sam Curran, now two-time county championship winner, Sam Curran, started the Rauf final with a slope of four. But Raouf managed to limit the damage elsewhere, with only four more runs in the set.

18th place: England 172-5 (Curran 2, Moen 37) Moin moves to the side of the leg and Dahani follows, but the left-handed turns away to find four in the middle of the rear. It is followed by a shorter ball and Moin hits it directly towards Khushdil Shah in the middle of the depth which … Drop it! Oops, that really should have been taken. Certain picks up for four through the minute legs area to finish over.

The wicket! Brooke B Raouf 31 (England 160-5)

Rauf goes short and pins Brock on his slender leg for else six. But Rauf ended the fun, bowling Brook, who was trying to get a very ambitious scoop.

17th place: England 160-5 (Moyenne 27, Curran 0)

16th place: England 151 – 4 (Moyenne 25, Brook 24). Mo fly! He rides a short Hasnain ball to send the ball racing to the boundary of the square leg. He takes out the Yorker for one next ball but Brock finishes off with an unreal six! It’s a slower Hasnain ball that Brook provides space for long-distance driving over the rope. These two are having a lot of fun.

15th place: England 133-4 (Brook 13, Main 18). Six straight Moeen to close the end! Either way, he keeps it simple: On his knee to smash it over the middle of the deep pavement. Moeen against spinning in this fashion is always the hell of the hour.

14th place: England 114-4 (Moyenne 1, Brook 12) An optimistic review from Pakistan that goes nowhere before Brooke pursues a couple with a hook from Dahani for six! 76 meters from Yorkshireman.

13th place: England 103-4 (Brook 3, Moen 1). Pakistan returned to the match here by eliminating Salt and Dakit. It’s time to go to Mo.

The wicket! Duckett B Noise 43 (England 101-3)

Big and big breakthrough. After another bound, Duckett moves across his crease again to open up the area behind the square on the leg side. But Nawaz finally retaliated, taking the ball back and hitting it on the stumps.

The biggest one.  Ben Duckett goes for 43.
The biggest one. Ben Duckett goes for 43. Photo: Alex Davidson/Getty Images

12th place: England 96-3 (Brook 1, Duckett 39) Harry Brooke is there, and he’s early to show a solid forward defense to Rauf before directing a man to a third for one. Top of the tearaway.

The wicket! B Raouf 30 Salt (England 95-3)

Babar decides to get back to the pace, calling for Rauf’s guard who goes straight and fast to beat the hustle of Salt. Much needed wicket for Pakistan.

Phil Salt throw for 30.
Phil Salt throw for 30. Photo: Alex Davidson/Getty Images

11th place: England 93-2 (Salt 28, Duckett 39). Another top sweep! Duckett does his best in Qadir’s googly to pick four more, and then… else One! This time it’s the spinning guy and Duckett crushes her with the rope in the middle of the rear. This pair comes fifty positions.

10th place: England 80-2 (Salt 26, Duckett 28) Duckett looks really good at scanning – and can play all kinds of games. He goes to orthodoxy to take a limit from Nawaz’s first ball, and then plays a delicate ramp for the couple. He pulls the left hand back and pulls a few balls later for two, ending with a reverse slap for four.

9th place: England 66-2 (Duckett 15, Salt 25). Kader began to get a proper grip from the surface. Duckett reviews his passes (both conventional and reverse) before Salt fails to put the bat on a sharp Legge.

8th place: England 62-2 (Salt 24, Duckett 12). Pretty cheeky about the salt as the wipe/reverse dab makes it a couple on the other side. But Duckett beats him with the last ball from Noah over the goalkeeper’s head. That was great.

7th place: England 53-2 (Duckett 7, Salt 20) Osman Kader’s spiral enters the game. It’s lovely to watch when he gets that rag. Nothing fatal in it more than that, but it only went for five people.

6th place: England 48-2 (Duckett 6, Salt 16) Ben Duckett survives the hat-trick and catches a couple on the side of the leg to move himself. Dahani ends with a breaker that Duckett wasn’t fooled – he plays a controlled drag to capture his first frontier. However, it is over for Pakistan.

The wicket! Malan B Dahani 0 (England 42-2)

Throw it around his legs! Malan shows his stump leg and misses the chance to play as Dahani, off the wicket, puts himself in a hat-trick. Fast and straightforward – the game is very simple at times.

Outside!
Outside! Photo: Alex Davidson/Getty Images

The wicket! Hals B Dahany 26 (England 42-1)

Hals’ luck finally ran out as Dahani returned to shake the logs!

Alex Hales throws the ball by Shahnawaz Dahani.
Alex Hales throws the ball by Shahnawaz Dahani. Photo: Anjum Naveed/AP

Fifth: England 42-0 (Salt 16, Hales 26). Rauf’s guard somehow didn’t throw Halis there – the right arm isn’t close to him in the drag shot of one staying low. Hales then opens the other side to hit the ball on the back point, and the ball flows away to four more.

Fourth: England 32-0 (Salt 11, Hales 21). Dahani is in attack with his direct racing. Hals after missing a third ball swing hard and continues to have some luck – another thick edge flies to the right of the goalkeeper for four. He’s in smash mode tonight. The salt is pierced halfway to a single finish to finish.

Third: England 24-0 (Salt 9, Hales 15) After a few points, Hales was able to move the side of the leg and capture four points behind the box. He uses his crease again for the next ball, and pulls away with a thick edge to fly for six Over the third man’s rope!

Second place: England 13-0 (Salt 9, Hals 4) A cracker shot of salt! The rotation of his left arm greets Muhammad Nawaz with six long laps. Hales is trying to get big on Earth as well but he’s still looking for midnight.

first on: England 3-0 (Salt 2, Hals 1) Hassanein on the pads first, and Salt’s flick to his minute leg gives him one. Nice shape away from the right hand of Hales’ next ball, who goes off the mark with the second ball. A strong start from the 22-year-old, the only change for Pakistan from that last night.

Then, we’re about to get started. David Gower on communications, Mohamed Hassanein on the ball and Phil Salt on the hit. let’s play

Nice welcome from John Starbuck: “Just a line saying welcome to the wonderful world of OBO, where all views from all over the world can be enjoyed.” Thanks for having me!

Elsewhere, Sarri won the County Championship! Rory Burns crushed 30* off 16 balls (!) to come close to the goal line in a 55-man chase against Yorkshire at The Oval. Tanya Aldred there take it all.

difference:

Pakistan: Babar Azam (centre), Muhammad Radwan (Week), Haider Ali, Shan Masoud, Iftikhar Ahmad, Khushdil Shah, Muhammad Nawaz, Othman Qadir, Haris Raouf, Muhammad Hassanein, Shahnawaz Dahani

England: Phil Salt (week), Alex Hales, David Malan, Ben Duckett, Harry Brooke, Moeen Ali (centre), Sam Curran, David Wylie, Adel Rashid, Liam Dawson, Luke Wood

England will win the toss and will hit first

Moeen wins the toss again – but England face the bat first tonight. One change: Exit goes at Richard Gleeson’s pace, and Liam Dawson’s left arm pinch comes in.

Only the only change for Pakistan as well: Naseem Shah was replaced by Muhammad Hassanein very fast as well.

Preamble

Welcome Welcome Welcome. We got back to Karachi in second out of seven – Seven – T20Is between England and Pakistan.

New-look England put in a completely professional performance on Tuesday: debutante Luke Wood looked in the role, bowling was quick to take 3-24, while Alex Hales celebrated his return from three years in exile with a half-century. Harry Brook played the best hit of his international career so far, smashing 42* out of 25 in a comfortable six-wicket win. On the other hand, Pakistan had little to no smiling except for a glistening stand of 85 runs between their two legs at the top, Babar Azam and Muhammad Rizwan.

But it was also one of those nights when the game was secondary. England returned to play in Pakistan for the first time since 2005. The gradual return of international cricket to these shores means a lot to the people of this cricket-loving country, and so there was plenty to celebrate during the opening of the series even if the hosts were substandard. Karachi put on a show tonight. Hals said Immediately after that.

And now the fun continues at NSK; We expect another electric atmosphere. I’ll be back a bit with the lottery and the difference. It’s also my first OBO debut, so feel free to engage with me, folks (someone sorting out my hat show please). Slipping into my DMs in Tweet embed Or email me at [email protected]om.

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19th: England 180-5 (Moyenne 38, Curran 9) Sam Curran, now two-time county championship winner, Sam Curran, started the Rauf final with a slope of four. But Raouf managed to limit the damage elsewhere, with only four more runs in the set.

18th place: England 172-5 (Curran 2, Moen 37) Moin moves to the side of the leg and Dahani follows, but the left-handed turns away to find four in the middle of the rear. It is followed by a shorter ball and Moin hits it directly towards Khushdil Shah in the middle of the depth which … Drop it! Oops, that really should have been taken. Certain picks up for four through the minute legs area to finish over.

The wicket! Brooke B Raouf 31 (England 160-5)

Rauf goes short and pins Brock on his slender leg for else six. But Rauf ended the fun, bowling Brook, who was trying to get a very ambitious scoop.

17th place: England 160-5 (Moyenne 27, Curran 0)

16th place: England 151 – 4 (Moyenne 25, Brook 24). Mo fly! He rides a short Hasnain ball to send the ball racing to the boundary of the square leg. He takes out the Yorker for one next ball but Brock finishes off with an unreal six! It’s a slower Hasnain ball that Brook provides space for long-distance driving over the rope. These two are having a lot of fun.

15th place: England 133-4 (Brook 13, Main 18). Six straight Moeen to close the end! Either way, he keeps it simple: On his knee to smash it over the middle of the deep pavement. Moeen against spinning in this fashion is always the hell of the hour.

14th place: England 114-4 (Moyenne 1, Brook 12) An optimistic review from Pakistan that goes nowhere before Brooke pursues a couple with a hook from Dahani for six! 76 meters from Yorkshireman.

13th place: England 103-4 (Brook 3, Moen 1). Pakistan returned to the match here by eliminating Salt and Dakit. It’s time to go to Mo.

The wicket! Duckett B Noise 43 (England 101-3)

Big and big breakthrough. After another bound, Duckett moves across his crease again to open up the area behind the square on the leg side. But Nawaz finally retaliated, taking the ball back and hitting it on the stumps.

The biggest one.  Ben Duckett goes for 43.
The biggest one. Ben Duckett goes for 43. Photo: Alex Davidson/Getty Images

12th place: England 96-3 (Brook 1, Duckett 39) Harry Brooke is there, and he’s early to show a solid forward defense to Rauf before directing a man to a third for one. Top of the tearaway.

The wicket! B Raouf 30 Salt (England 95-3)

Babar decides to get back to the pace, calling for Rauf’s guard who goes straight and fast to beat the hustle of Salt. Much needed wicket for Pakistan.

Phil Salt throw for 30.
Phil Salt throw for 30. Photo: Alex Davidson/Getty Images

11th place: England 93-2 (Salt 28, Duckett 39). Another top sweep! Duckett does his best in Qadir’s googly to pick four more, and then… else One! This time it’s the spinning guy and Duckett crushes her with the rope in the middle of the rear. This pair comes fifty positions.

10th place: England 80-2 (Salt 26, Duckett 28) Duckett looks really good at scanning – and can play all kinds of games. He goes to orthodoxy to take a limit from Nawaz’s first ball, and then plays a delicate ramp for the couple. He pulls the left hand back and pulls a few balls later for two, ending with a reverse slap for four.

9th place: England 66-2 (Duckett 15, Salt 25). Kader began to get a proper grip from the surface. Duckett reviews his passes (both conventional and reverse) before Salt fails to put the bat on a sharp Legge.

8th place: England 62-2 (Salt 24, Duckett 12). Pretty cheeky about the salt as the wipe/reverse dab makes it a couple on the other side. But Duckett beats him with the last ball from Noah over the goalkeeper’s head. That was great.

7th place: England 53-2 (Duckett 7, Salt 20) Osman Kader’s spiral enters the game. It’s lovely to watch when he gets that rag. Nothing fatal in it more than that, but it only went for five people.

6th place: England 48-2 (Duckett 6, Salt 16) Ben Duckett survives the hat-trick and catches a couple on the side of the leg to move himself. Dahani ends with a breaker that Duckett wasn’t fooled – he plays a controlled drag to capture his first frontier. However, it is over for Pakistan.

The wicket! Malan B Dahani 0 (England 42-2)

Throw it around his legs! Malan shows his stump leg and misses the chance to play as Dahani, off the wicket, puts himself in a hat-trick. Fast and straightforward – the game is very simple at times.

Outside!
Outside! Photo: Alex Davidson/Getty Images

The wicket! Hals B Dahany 26 (England 42-1)

Hals’ luck finally ran out as Dahani returned to shake the logs!

Alex Hales throws the ball by Shahnawaz Dahani.
Alex Hales throws the ball by Shahnawaz Dahani. Photo: Anjum Naveed/AP

Fifth: England 42-0 (Salt 16, Hales 26). Rauf’s guard somehow didn’t throw Halis there – the right arm isn’t close to him in the drag shot of one staying low. Hales then opens the other side to hit the ball on the back point, and the ball flows away to four more.

Fourth: England 32-0 (Salt 11, Hales 21). Dahani is in attack with his direct racing. Hals after missing a third ball swing hard and continues to have some luck – another thick edge flies to the right of the goalkeeper for four. He’s in smash mode tonight. The salt is pierced halfway to a single finish to finish.

Third: England 24-0 (Salt 9, Hales 15) After a few points, Hales was able to move the side of the leg and capture four points behind the box. He uses his crease again for the next ball, and pulls away with a thick edge to fly for six Over the third man’s rope!

Second place: England 13-0 (Salt 9, Hals 4) A cracker shot of salt! The rotation of his left arm greets Muhammad Nawaz with six long laps. Hales is trying to get big on Earth as well but he’s still looking for midnight.

first on: England 3-0 (Salt 2, Hals 1) Hassanein on the pads first, and Salt’s flick to his minute leg gives him one. Nice shape away from the right hand of Hales’ next ball, who goes off the mark with the second ball. A strong start from the 22-year-old, the only change for Pakistan from that last night.

Then, we’re about to get started. David Gower on communications, Mohamed Hassanein on the ball and Phil Salt on the hit. let’s play

Nice welcome from John Starbuck: “Just a line saying welcome to the wonderful world of OBO, where all views from all over the world can be enjoyed.” Thanks for having me!

Elsewhere, Sarri won the County Championship! Rory Burns crushed 30* off 16 balls (!) to come close to the goal line in a 55-man chase against Yorkshire at The Oval. Tanya Aldred there take it all.

difference:

Pakistan: Babar Azam (centre), Muhammad Radwan (Week), Haider Ali, Shan Masoud, Iftikhar Ahmad, Khushdil Shah, Muhammad Nawaz, Othman Qadir, Haris Raouf, Muhammad Hassanein, Shahnawaz Dahani

England: Phil Salt (week), Alex Hales, David Malan, Ben Duckett, Harry Brooke, Moeen Ali (centre), Sam Curran, David Wylie, Adel Rashid, Liam Dawson, Luke Wood

England will win the toss and will hit first

Moeen wins the toss again – but England face the bat first tonight. One change: Exit goes at Richard Gleeson’s pace, and Liam Dawson’s left arm pinch comes in.

Only the only change for Pakistan as well: Naseem Shah was replaced by Muhammad Hassanein very fast as well.

Preamble

Welcome Welcome Welcome. We got back to Karachi in second out of seven – Seven – T20Is between England and Pakistan.

New-look England put in a completely professional performance on Tuesday: debutante Luke Wood looked in the role, bowling was quick to take 3-24, while Alex Hales celebrated his return from three years in exile with a half-century. Harry Brook played the best hit of his international career so far, smashing 42* out of 25 in a comfortable six-wicket win. On the other hand, Pakistan had little to no smiling except for a glistening stand of 85 runs between their two legs at the top, Babar Azam and Muhammad Rizwan.

But it was also one of those nights when the game was secondary. England returned to play in Pakistan for the first time since 2005. The gradual return of international cricket to these shores means a lot to the people of this cricket-loving country, and so there was plenty to celebrate during the opening of the series even if the hosts were substandard. Karachi put on a show tonight. Hals said Immediately after that.

And now the fun continues at NSK; We expect another electric atmosphere. I’ll be back a bit with the lottery and the difference. It’s also my first OBO debut, so feel free to engage with me, folks (someone sorting out my hat show please). Slipping into my DMs in Tweet embed Or email me at [email protected]