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Pakistan vs England: Moin Ali admits his ‘gamble’ more than once on his own role has failed in T20I II | cricket news

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Moin Ali insists that his over-cycling was the reason for Pakistan’s momentum in Karachi. “I felt like he was in control for most of them. I really feel like I lost the match for us. That was a gamble on my part.”

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England captain Moeen Ali believes his run of 20 times has given Pakistan the faith to go ahead and level the seven-match series.

England captain Moeen Ali believes his run of 20 times has given Pakistan the faith to go ahead and level the seven-match series.

England captain Moeen Ali insisted a one-time “gamble” on his own distance was the defining moment after winning the match from Pakistani duo Babar Azam and Muhammad Rizwan.

The hosts chased a 200-goal target in a thrilling fashion at Karachi National Stadium, where Babbar 110 and Les Rizwan’s 88 were unbeaten making them cross the streak without losing a single small point.

England will be worried about a lack of a crack in their bowling attack, but their two chances against Redouane were wasted when Alex Hales brought him down on 23, Phil Salt arguably rejected on 32, while despite bowling only six times in the innings Moin tried to blame his team.

England in Pakistan

Third T20I Friday 23 September National Stadium, Karachi 3.30 pm GMT
Fourth T20I Sunday 25 September National Stadium, Karachi 3.30 pm GMT
V T20I Wednesday 28th September Gaddafi Stadium Lahore 3.30 pm GMT
VI T20I Friday 30 September Gaddafi Stadium Lahore 3.30 pm GMT
Seventh T20I Sunday 2 October Gaddafi Stadium Lahore 3.30 pm GMT

Footage from the 2nd International T20 Championship between Pakistan and England in Karachi

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Footage from the 2nd International T20 Championship between Pakistan and England in Karachi

Footage from the 2nd International T20 Championship between Pakistan and England in Karachi

He brought himself to 13th and leaked 21 runs, including three sixes, as Pakistan moved into a dominant position.

“The momentum changed when I threw in my gall,” he said after the hosts drew 1-1 after two games. “It really gave them faith and then they were almost unstoppable.”

“I felt like she was mostly in control. I really feel like I lost the match for us. That was a gamble on my part.

“I went to try and get a little gate, and almost bought it. It obviously didn’t work, and that’s when Pakistan really won the match.”

“We’ve obviously dropped a big catch,” he added. “You can’t afford to drop it and you can’t afford to take it down for them at such a huge amount of time.”

Adel Rashid praised the inaugural partnership between Babar Azam and Muhammad Radwan

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Adel Rashid praised the inaugural partnership between Babar Azam and Muhammad Radwan

Adel Rashid praised the inaugural partnership between Babar Azam and Muhammad Radwan

Moin praised the fighting heroes of Pakistan, who started the series in the top three in the world rankings, and responded to some of the criticism they received from their fans.

They were criticized by local critics for not scoring quickly enough in the last Asian Cup, but they could hardly have imagined a more perfect response.

“They played really well tonight,” Moin said. “I know they’ve got a lot of consistency because of their hit rates but I think they’re pretty good anyway and they’re great players.

“Sometimes the media puts pressure on players even when they are doing well. They were great and today was their day.”

What will Joss Butler learn from the Pakistani T20I series?

Ian Ward and Michael Atherton discuss what they think Joss Butler will learn from being with England in Pakistan, despite not playing.

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Ian Ward and Michael Atherton discuss what they think Joss Butler will learn from being with England in Pakistan, despite not playing.

Ian Ward and Michael Atherton discuss what they think Joss Butler will learn from being with England in Pakistan, despite not playing.

Michael Atherton said Sky Sports: “[Buttler] He made it clear before this series that he wanted to be there. We don’t expect him to play a big part in that, if any at all, but he said “I want to be here” very close to World T20 in Australia. This is the time when you want to put your plans in place.

“You want to get to know the new guys on the team like Will Jack and Luke Wood – all those guys you don’t know as characters well and don’t know how to play under pressure.

“You’ll know and feel when you see the players approaching the dressing room before 25-30,000 people all want the other team to win and you’ll have an idea of ​​how the players deal under pressure, and that’s what Joss Butler will gain from this series.”

England’s campaign for the T20 World Cup in Australia

England vs Afghanistan Saturday October 22 Perth Stadium, Perth
England – Qualifiers (B2) Wednesday October 26 MCG, Melbourne
england vs australia Friday October 28 MCG, Melbourne
england vs new zealand Tuesday 1 November The Jabba, Brisbane
England – Qualifiers (A1) Saturday 5 November SCG, Sydney

England don’t have long to lick their wounds, with back-to-back games meaning the third of seven matches to be played on Friday night, with changes likely between the bowling attack.

Watch the England tour of Pakistan live on Sky Sports. Live coverage of the third T20 International begins at 3pm on Sky Sports Cricket and Sky Sports Main Event on Friday, September 23 from 3pm.