England were delegated bosses of the 2022 ICC T20 World Cup on Sunday as they crushed Pakistan by 5 wickets in what ultimately ended up being a thorough triumph. This is England’s second T20 World Cup win, 12 years after Paul Collingwood’s group had beaten Australia to come out on top for the main ICC championship for the ‘Three Lions ‘in 2010. Ben Stokes pummeled an unbeaten fifty to bring the group back home after Sam Curran’s splendor with the ball had confined Pakistan to a less than impressive all out of 137 runs.

Pakistan required a huge hearted bowling execution to remain in the match they did exactly that. Shaheen Shah Afridi created a peach of a conveyance to palace England’s semi-last star Alex Hales for 1 in the absolute first over of the pursuit to give Pakistan the beginning they required after a less than impressive show with the bat.

Captain Jos Buttler retaliated in like manner as he delivered a lot of attractive strokes to get Britain moving in the powerplay. Phil Salt’s short stay in the center delivered two limits yet he became Haris Rauf’s most memorable casualty, giving a simple catch to Iftikhar at mid-wicket as the ‘Three Lions’ drooped to 32/2. A noticeably siphoned up Rauf got back to get the large wicket of Buttler (26) as an ocean of green ejected in the colosseum-esque Melbourne Cricket Ground.

Stirs up and Creek took the complete beyond 80 and kept the asking rate inside an agreeable reach yet Shadab Khan struck in his last over to eliminate the last option for 20 as Britain 84/4. Naseem Shah got back in the saddle in the match by bowling two tight overs as the asking rate began climbing.

Moeen began the following once again from Mohammad Wasim with two sequential limits and completed it with another as Britain required 12 to win off 3 overs. Prior, Britain’s bowler of the competition Sam Curran and leg-turn wizard Adil Rashid created splendid spells to confine the Pakistani players to 137/8.