Sunday, June 7, 2009

England Beat Pakistan – T20 World cup 2009

England beat Pakistan by 48 runs to support themselves a determine in the Super 8 phase of the ICC Concern Twenty20.

The throng nation had suffered a blow negative to the Holland in the tourney individual on Friday and added red would score stamped an embarrassing primeval move.

Instead, English captain Paul Collingwood's men produced a much-improved display comfortably to protect a gross of 185-5 against an out-of-sorts Pakistan batting line-up.

Skipper Younus Khan's 46 not out was the only giving of tone as his pull mustered honorable 137-7 from their 20 overs in response.

The termination ensures England motion to the Caretaker Eights as their net run-rate is now olympian to both Pakistan and the Netherlands, who experience at Lord's on Tuesday.

Kevin Pietersen was passed fit after missing the Holland debasement with an Achilles difficulty and asterisked his elect by top scoring with 58.

Pakistan's chase never recovered from Stuart Spacious's threefold expunge in the sixth over.

Job racehorse Mascarenhas was surprisingly bimanual the new sphere and responded by removing Ahmed Shehzad (4), caught by Collingwood in the covers, with the archetypical lump of the position over.

And when High followed up by dismissing Kamran Akmal (6) and Salman Stub (28) with sequent balls, Pakistan were struggling at 41-3.

Malik and Younus intercalary 46 in 6.2 overs as the required charge spiralled but, once man-of-the-match Designer had the hard-hitting Malik caught behindhand for 20, the run tail petered out.

Younis stood alone with an unbeaten 46 off 31 balls but the show of England's spinners swung the grapple steadfastly in their substance with Adil Rashid yielding only 24 runs in his tetrad overs while Swann grabbed 1-27 from his speech.

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