ICC T20 World Cup 2021 In India, India has been seen as a balanced team, but after the defeat against Pakistan, discussions have intensified as to which team will reach the final race. However, in this race, the team of Pakistan and England is looking at the forefront. England and Pakistan are at the top of the points table of their respective groups after winning both the last two matches. Let us tell you that the difference of victory of these two teams has also brought the net run rate in a good position. If we look at the current form of the teams of Pakistan and England, then they are also seen as finalists at this time.
Pakistan team will play next match against Afghanistan
Buoyed by two consecutive victories in the T20 World Cup, Pakistan’s next match will be against Afghanistan on Friday. The skill and maturity of Afghanistan’s most impressive batsmen will be tested in the face of a strong Pakistan bowling attack. The reality is that Pakistan has won its last two matches in a row.
In which Pakistan defeated the world’s best cricket team India and India and New Zealand. Pakistan’s morale is boosted by the victory over these two, but there has been a sudden change in its performance. Which the Afghanistan team will try their best to take advantage of.
Big win for England in second consecutive match
The 20th match of the ICC T20 World Cup 2021 was played between England and Bangladesh at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi. In which England team defeated Bangladesh by 8 wickets and registered a thumping victory. In this match, Bangladesh captain Mahmudullah won the toss and decided to bat first. Batting first, Bangladesh team scored 124 runs for the loss of 9 wickets in the allotted 20 overs. At the same time, Bangladesh gave a target of 125 runs to England to win this match. Coming to bat, the England team won the match by 8 wickets by scoring 126 runs in just 14.1 overs on the basis of Jason Roy’s strong half-century.
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