England vs Pakistan, ICC World Cup 2019 highlights: PAK beat ENG by 14 runs
England vs Pakistan Highlights, ICC World Cup 2019: Catch all the highlights from the match between England and Pakistan.
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Highlights:Wahab Riaz took three wickets while Shadab Khan and Mohammad Amir took two each as Pakistan beat England by 14 runs in their ICC World Cup 2019 encounter. Joe Root and Jos Buttler scored brilliant centuries for the hosts but they were unable to complete the run chase. Earlier, Pakistan scored 96 runs in the last 10 overs as the team posted 348/8 in 50 overs. Hafeez’s innings of 84 runs from 62 balls put Pakistan on course for a big total. This after Fakhar Zaman and Imam-ul-Haq got Pakistan off to a good start with a 82-run partnership. England won the toss and elected to bowl against Pakistan. (FULL SCORECARD)
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Pakistan beat World Cup favourites England by 14 runs despite centuries for Joe Root and Jos Buttler at Trent Bridge on Monday.
Having scored 348 for eight in their 50 overs thanks to 84 from Mohammad Hafeez and Babar Azam’s 63, Pakistan held off the England charge with a late flurry of wickets to leave them 334-9.
Root scored 107 and Buttler made 103, but that was not enough to stop hosts England suffering a first defeat in their second match of the tournament as Pakistan bounced back from a thrashing against the West Indies.
Hard luck for England
Pakistan have done it! Amazing bowling performance at the death by Mohammad Amir and Wahaz Riaz as they have defeated England by 14 runs to register their first win of ICC World Cup 2019!
Pakistan on top
Chris Woakes was dismissed on the very next ball by Wahab Riaz and now, England need 29 runs to win off the last two overs. Advantage Pakistan!
A six for Chris Woakes but the Wahab Riaz over did not end well for England as Moeen Ali was dismissed off the penultimate delivery. Moeen misread the ball completely and was caught by Fakhar Zaman. ENG 320/7
38 need off 3 overs
2, 2, 4, 0, Wd, Wd, 1L, 4 - A good over for England as 15 runs came off it and England now need 38 runs to win from the last three overs. ENG 311/6
1, 1, 1, 0, 0, 2 - A tight over from Hasan Ali and this is getting out of England’s hands. A couple of cutters were able to fool Moeen Ali and this will be a steep chase for the hosts. ENG 297/6
Stat Attack: Two tons
It was only be the 13th instance where 2 centuries have been scored in an innings against Pakistan.
This was be the 2nd time two English batsmen have scored a century against Pakistan in an ODI innings.
The last time was in 2015/16 at Dubai.
Jason Roy and Jos Buttler scored centuries in that match.
Century and out!
Jos Buttler reached his century but was dismissed on the very next delivery by Mohammed Amir. This is getting really close. However, it was a brilliant knock by Buttler as he slammed his hundred in just 75 balls.
It was only the 5th instance where 2 centuries have been scored on the same day:
7th June 1975 - Glenn Turner/ Dennis Amiss
22nd Feb 1992 - David Boon/ Martin Crowe
23rd May 1999 - Rahul Dravid/Sachin Tendulkar
19th February 2011 - Virender Sehwag/ Virat Kohli
3rd June 2019 - Joe Root /Jos Buttler
England’s Joe Root scored the first hundred of the 2019 World Cup when he reached three figures against Pakistan in a group game at Trent Bridge on Monday.
Root completed his 15th one-day international century in 97 balls, including nine fours and a six, with a quick single off Wahab Riaz.
But it would have been a different story had he not been dropped on nine by diving slip Babar Azam off left-arm fast bowler Riaz.
10 overs left
91 runs needed off 60 balls - The match is truly going down to the wire but Jos Buttler out in the middle, England will surely be quite confident of their chances. Buttler has played quite sensibly till now and with Moeen Ali and Jofra Archer still remaining, he has enough support. ENG 259/5
Massive wicket! Shadab Khan strikes once again as Joe Root departs for 107, England 248/5. A quicker one from the young spinner but Root ended up slashing it straight to Mohammad Hafeez at short third man. ENG 248/5
Hundred for Root
Joe Root’s century:
15th ODI ton
1st against PAK
2nd in World Cup
1st Englishman to score a century against Pakistan in WC
The team that has registered the first century in last 3 World Cups, have gone to win the tournament:
2007: Ponting scored the tournament’s first century against Scotland
2011: Sehwag scored the tournament’s first century against Bangladesh
2015: Finch scored the tournament’s first century against England
Joe Root now has the highest individual score by an Englishman against Pakistan in WC.
97* - Joe Root, today
86 - Bill Athey in 1987 at Karachi
78* - G Fowler in 1983 at Lord’s
75 - Robin Smith in 1996 at Karachi
69 - G Fowler in 1983 at Manchester.
This has been an absolute masterclass by Jos Buttler till now. He has batted sensibly but has also punished the ball deliveries. As a result, the run rate has been quite consistent and Joe Root was not forced to take any unnecessary risks on the other end. ENG 208/4
Fifty for Buttler
Jos Buttler’s fifty:
19th ODI fifty
4th fifty+ score vs PAK
A frustrating over for Wahab Riaz! Jos Buttler edged the first ball but in the absence of any slip fielder, it raced to the boundary. Same thing happened two balls later but this time, the ball fell short of the fielder. Jos Buttler and Joe Root are playing brilliantly as England are 187/4.
Buttler in control
England are averaging one boundary every over and that is not good news for Pakistan. With spin on both ends, they are trying to make Jos Buttler nervous but he is batting on 33 off 24 balls while Joe Root is looking as confident as ever on the other end. England 175/4
Buttler, Root steady
Jos Buttler and Joe Root have made their intentions clear and thanks to their hitting, England are ahead of Pakistan when it comes to runs scored at the end of the 26th over. Joe Root is playing sensibly while Jos Buttler has already scored 28 off just 19 balls. ENG 162/4
Stat Attack: Joe Root
Joe Root’s fifty:
32nd ODI fifty
7th vs PAK
3rd consecutive fifty in ODIs
3rd fifty+ score in WC.
Ben Stokes went for the cut but ending up edging the ball to Sarfaraz Ahmed behind the stumps. A sharp catch by the Pakistan skipper as England are 120/4
Fifty for Joe Root
Joe Root scores his 32nd ODI fifty as England are 111/3. This has been a mature knock from Root and he will have to turn this into a big one but England want to achieve this target.
Stat Attack: Mohammad Hafeez
Mohammad Hafeez picks up his first wicket against England after 7 innings.
His last wicket was in 2010 at Southampton.
Massive wicket for Pakistan! Mohammad Hafeez castles Eoin Morgan, England 86/3. A straighter one from Hafeez and Eoin Morgan made a complete mess of it. Went for the cut but missed the ball and it crashed straight into the middle stump.
Pakistan achieved an impressive record against England thanks to their brilliant batting performance on Monday. Here’s the full story.
Root on a roll
Mohammad Hafeez into the attack and he is greeted by Joe Root with a cheeky boundary. Just moments ago,the team physio was checking Root as something went into his eye but it does not seem to be bothering him much as he is looking in quite a good touch. ENG 78/2
Chris Woakes became the first England cricketer to take four catches in a World Cup encounter when he achieved the feat against Pakistan. Read full story here.
The highest total made by any team batting second to win a World Cup match is Ireland’s 329 for seven against England in Bangalore in 2011. Pakistan, however, failed to defend a score of 340 against England -- the world’s top-ranked ODI side -- at Trent Bridge last month.
Wahab Riaz strikes for Pakistan as Jonny Bairstow is caught behind for 32, England 60/2. Riaz bowled it just outside off stump and Bairstow ended up edging it to the wicket-keeper as England lose their second wicket.
Dealing in boundaries
Wahab Riaz is introduced into the attack and the start has been less than satisfactory. Jonny Bairstow slammed him for a boundary through mid wicket and then an inside edge rushed to the boundary. ENG 46/1
Joe Root went for a wild slash outside the off stump but ended up edging the delivery to the first slip. Babar Azam tried to hold on to it but was unable to finish the catch and this can be a huge lifeline to the right hander! ENG 35/1
Good start for PAK
It has been a good start for Pakistan as they have taken the wicket of Jason Roy early and now, the pressure is firmly on Jonny Bairstow and Joe Root to steady the innings. ENG 28/1
Stat Attack: Jason Roy
Jason Roy departs after scoring his 3000th runs in ODI
he is the joint-2nd quickest to this landmark after Root (72 inns) and joint-2nd with Gooch (76 inns).
Roy departs for eight runs
Roy misses the ball while trying to sweep a delivery from Shadab. The ball hits the pads and the umpire raises his finger without any hesitation. Roy discusses with Bairstow and goes for a review. Replays show that the ball pitched on line and would have hit the stumps. Huge blow for England! Their explosive opener departs for eight runs.
Roy smashes Shadab for two boundaries
Roy has made his intentions clear in the first over itself. He smashes Shadab for two boundaries as England move to 8/0 in 1 over.
Pakistan post 348/8 in 50 overs
Shadab smashes Woakes for a boundary off the last ball as Pakistan post 348/8 in 50 overs. England will need to pull off the highest chase in a World Cup match to record a win in this match. They have the firepower to deliver, but the World Cup always has a different pressure for players.
Malik falls for 8 runs
Malik fails to get hold of a delivery and skies a catch for Morgan. The Pakistan batter departs for eight runs.
Woakes dismisses Riaz
Riaz goes for a big shot, but only manages to present a simple catch for Root. He goes for 4 runs as Pakistan lose their seventh wicket. England have pulled things back nicely in the death overs.
Sarfaraz falls for 55
Sarfaraz just hung out to bat to dry, but didn’t have any intent behind his shot for a delivery from Woakes. The bowler runs in and completes a good catch. The skipper falls for 55 runs as Pakistan are at 319/6 in 47.2 overs.
Sarfaraz scores fifty, Asif Ali out
Sarfaraz scores fifty in the most unfortunate manner for England. Root has a shy at the stumps as the ball runs away to the boundary. With those four runs, Sarfaraz brings up his fifty in 40 balls. However, in the next delivery, Ali fell to Mark Wood for 14 runs.
Wood bowls a tidy over
Wood concedes just five runs in the 45th over as Pakistan move to 297/4 in 45 overs. Pakistan rest their hopes on Sarfaraz Ahmed and Asif Ali.
Hafeez goes for 84
Hafeez looks to hit a boundary but strikes the ball straight to Woakes, who is having a great day on the field. Wood picks up his first wicket as Pakistan are at 279/4 in 42.4 overs.
Pakistan eye 350
Mohammad Hafeez and Sarfaraz Ahmed take England to 271/3 in 42 overs. They can easily surpass the 350-mark if they don’t lose wickets in clusters.
Pakistan cross 250 in 40 overs
Sarfaraz smashes Woakes for a boundary as Pakistan cross 250 in the 40th over. The skipper and Hafeez will certainly look to play as many deliveries as possible.
Hafeez drives beautifully
Hafeez gets on the front foot and drives a delivery from Stokes for a boundary through the off-side. Pakistan can get to 350 in 50 overs from here.
Sarfaraz and Hafeez take Pakistan to 226/3
Sarfaraz and Hafeez are getting ready to launch from their platform. They have taken Pakistan to 226/3 in 37 overs.
Hafeez scores fifty
Hafeez strikes a delivery from Wood down the ground and brings up his fifty off 39 balls. Pakistan move to 210/3 in 34 overs.
Azam goes for 63, Moeen strikes again
Moeen comes to England’s rescue once again! Azam goes for a big shot, but presents a catch to Woakes and gets out for 63 runs. Pakistan: 200/3 in 33 overs.
Pakistan near 200
Hafeez and Azam have strung a fantastic partnership of 85 runs from 71 balls so far. They have reached 196/2 in 32 overs.
Hafeez smashes Rashid for a six
Hafeez reads the delivery from Rashid and smashes it for a straight six. England need a couple of wickets, otherwise they will be chasing a 350-plus score. Pakistan: 188/2 in 30.4 overs.
Babar scores fifty
Babar tucks a delivery from Archer for a double and brings up his maiden World Cup half-century. Can he convert this into a century? Pakistan: 165/2 in 28 overs.
Pakistan reach 150/1 in 26.1 overs
Azam strikes Rashid for a boundary and takes Pakistan to 150/1 in 26.1 overs. This has been an inspired batting performance after their debacle against West Indies.
Stokes rattles Hafeez and Azam
Stokes has bowls a brilliant 24th over for England. He concedes just two runs as Hafeez and Azam are lucky to not nick any delivery.
Azam gets off to a good start
Azam has scored 26 runs from 28 balls so far. He is looking good in the middle at the moment. The Pakistan batter has to bat through the 50 overs for his team.
Woakes takes a stunner to dismiss Imam
Imam goes for a big shot and Woakes takes a stunning diving catch in the deep. The Pakistan opener departs for 44 runs as Moeen picks up his second wicket. Pakistan: 111/2 in 20.1 overs.
Moeen Ali concedes 8 runs
Imam and Azam are chipping away for Pakistan. The latter strikes Moeen for a boundary as Pakistan move to 108/1 in 19 overs.
Stokes into the attack
Ben Stokes had a brilliant match against South Africa in all departments. Can he continue his form into this match? We’ll have to wait and see. Pakistan: 99/1 in 17.5 overs.
Pakistan reach 90/1 in 16 overs
Babar Azam strikes Mark Wood for a boundary as Pakistan move to 90/1 in 16 overs. The wickets at Nottingham looks excellent for batting. Looks like we have a big score on the cards today.
Fakhar falls for 36, Moeen strikes for England
Finally a wicket for the home team! Zaman stepped out of his crease to face a delivery from Moeen. Buttler collected the ball and took off the bails quickly.
England miss a run out chance
Zaman strikes the ball towards mid-off and goes for a single. But Imam sends him back. Zaman was a long way down when Morgan threw the ball at Imam’s end. The ball hit the stumps, but Imam was safely in when Zaman ran back to save his wicket at the striker’s end.
Wood keeps it tight
Wood concedes just three runs in the 12th over as Pakistan move to 76/0. England have managed to stop the run flow, but they still need a wicket.
Moeen Ali concedes 4 runs
Spin may be the key for England. Moeen Ali has started with a tidy over, concedes just four runs. The hosts desperately need a wicket at this point. England: 73/0 in 11 overs.
Mark Wood into the attack
Fakhar and Imam have played out the English opening overs. Now the fast and fiery Mark Wood is brought into the attack. Pakistan: 68/0 in 9.3 overs.
England waste a review
Archer strikes Imam on the pads but it’s clear from the beginning that the batsman hit the ball with his bat onto his pads. England still go for a review and the umpire’s original decision of not out remains.
Pakistan start confidently
The intent is clear from the Pakistan batsmen so far. Fakhar and Imam are looking to play their strokes as often as possible.
Zaman on the charge
Archer misses his length by an inch and Zaman flicks the delivery for a boundary. The opener is looking good in the middle at the moment.
Fakhar Zaman starts aggressively
Fakhar Zaman strikes Chris Woakes for two boundaries and gets Pakistan underway aggressively. Pakistan: 9/0 in one overs.
Morgan: We’re gonna bowl first. Looks a good wicket and the dimensions are smaller than The Oval. So we need to look at all that. We have one change - Wood comes in for Plunkett. Reason for this is the genuine pace that he provides. He bowled well in the recent series against them. We’re always looking to improve and striving to give a perfect performance. Of course you don’t get near to it all the time but if you try to get there, you’re in a good space.
Sarfaraz: I also wanted to bowl first. Looks a good batting pitch, so we’re hoping to put runs on the board and defend. I think it’s a one-off performance (against WI) and hoping to get things right today. Yes, we batted well against them in the recent series and hopefully, that will continue.
Pakistan: Fakhar Zaman, Imam-ul-Haq, Babar Azam, Mohammad Hafeez, Sarfaraz Ahmed (wk/c), Shoaib Malik, Asif Ali, Shadab Khan, Hasan Ali, Wahab Riaz, Mohammad Amir
England: Jason Roy, Jonny Bairstow, Joe Root, Eoin Morgan (c), Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler(wk), Moeen Ali, Chris Woakes, Jofra Archer, Adil Rashid, Mark Wood
England win toss, elect to bowl
England’s captain Eoin Morgan wins the toss and elects to bowl against Pakistan. Mark Wood replaces Liam Plunkett in the English side. While Shoaib Malik and Asif Ali replace Haris Sohail and Imad Wasim in the Pakistan team.
Top five player battles
Hasan Ali will fancy his chances against Ben Stokes since he has a good record against him. The speedster has dismissed the all-rounder four times in ODI cricket. However, Stokes hasn’t let the record affect his strike-rate against Ali. Stokes has scored 67 runs off 70 balls at a strike-rate of 95.7. Here’s a look at the top five player battles to look out for in the match between England and Pakistan.
England predicted XI
Mark Wood could be paired with Jofra Archer as England ponder unleashing a potent pace attack on Pakistan in their ICC World Cup clash at Trent Bridge on Monday.
Here’s England’s predicted XI for the match
Pakistan predicted XI
As far as the team is concerned, Asif Ali could be slotted back into the playing XI to bolster the power-hitting quotient. This could also see Imad Wasim being benched.
Here is Pakistan’s predicted XI for the match.
Pakistan promise chin music
Pakistan’s bowling, whatever opportunity it got against West Indies, showed promise. Especially Mohammed Amir, who went on to take all three West Indies wickets. But Mahmood sees more into that brief display of bowling. “At least we bowled a lot of short balls and we mixed that up, so definitely we can do that. We have got bowlers who can bowl 140-plus, so they can do the same thing to England batters,” said Mahmood.
Hello and welcome
Pakistan were blown away by a ruthless West Indies bowling attack. England, on the other hand, were convincing in their win against South Africa. These two team clash now, and for Pakistan, they need to regroup fast against this England ODI juggernaut at Nottingham, and this task will not be easy. Azhar Mahmood did not want to read too much into the drubbing against West Indies and now wants his own bowlers to be aggressive and try out the short-pitched stuff against England.
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