PAKvsAFG: After consecutive defeats against Afghanistan, Pakistan finally makes a comeback in the T20I series. Pakistan beats Afghanistan by 66 runs after dismantling their opponent’s batting lineup. Despite losing the series by 2-1, it is good news for Pakistan. Because we could see that players were not able to play openly. But we have seen the strategic bowling as well as brilliant batting by Pakistan.
The current Pakistan National cricket team got lots of hate in the last two days for losing the PAKvsAFG series. Tonight, was a great chance for them to improve themselves and they did. As a result, Pakistan defeated Afghanistan in the third match of the T20I series.
Additionally, Shadab Khan unlocked the big achievement of becoming the first Pakistani cricketer to take 100 wickets in T20I cricket. The record was previously set by Shahid Afridi who is a Pakistani cricket legend, by taking 98 wickets in his T20I career.
Ihsanullah’s performance in this match was also exceptional. He once again proves that he is totally worth it as a national team player. Overall performance of the whole team was absolutely on point and much needed at this point.
Pakistan makes a comeback in the T20I series against Afghanistan
Match 03 Summary
PAKvsAFG Match 03 Afg Bowling Scorecard
What led to Pakistan’s loss in the T20 World Cup final?
Pakistan’s batting collapsed as they were restricted to a total of 137/8 by the England bowlers. The team lost six wickets during their innings, which contributed to their defeat.
How did Pakistan make a comeback in the T20I series against Afghanistan?
Pakistan’s fast bowlers, including Shaheen Shah Afridi, performed well in the match against India, running through their top order and restricting them to 266 runs.
In the middle overs, Pakistan struggled due to a lack of pace bowlers, but they managed to keep India’s score under control.
Mohammad Rizwan’s 32 runs off 32 balls and Shaheen Shah Afridi’s four-wicket haul helped Pakistan secure a victory against Bangladesh, qualifying them for the T20 World Cup semifinals.
What were the key takeaways from Pakistan’s T20 World Cup squad?
Three players, including Shaheen Shah Afridi, were named in the T20I squad for the England series, giving them a chance to make a comeback and prove themselves.
Pakistan’s performance in the T20 World Cup was a mix of losses, washouts, and comeback victories, showcasing the team’s resilience and potential.
Pakistan’s T20I series against Afghanistan saw the team making a comeback after their loss in the T20 World Cup final. The team’s performance was a result of their fast bowlers’ excellent form, as well as the contributions from key players like Mohammad Rizwan and Shaheen Shah Afridi. Despite facing challenges in the middle overs due to a lack of pace bowlers, Pakistan managed to secure victories and qualify for the T20 World Cup semifinals. This comeback highlights the team’s resilience and potential for future success.