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“They send me when we get beaten badly” Shaun Tait said after Pakistan’s 6th T20I loss to England.

ByJosh Taylor

Oct 2, 2022

England defeated Pakistan by 8 wickets in the sixth Twenty20 International on Friday, tying the seven-match series 3-3. The Mooen Ali-led team made a joke of Pakistan’s 170-run mark at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore, reaching home in only 14.3 overs.
With an undefeated 88 off 41 balls, Philip Salt was the wrecker-in-chief, with 13 fours and three sixes. He and fellow opener Alex Hales accumulated 55 runs in 3.4 over’s before the latter was dismissed with an individual score of 27 off 12 balls.
Shaun Tait, Pakistan’s bowling coach, had to face the media following the game. The Australian, on the other hand, was disappointed that he was sent to the post-match news conference following Pakistan’s defeat.
Given Pakistan had defended 145 runs against England in the fifth T20I at the same venue, they looked well set in the sixth game when they gave the guests a 170-run target. However, England’s continuous pursuit assault denied the hosts any chance of a comeback.
They came out attacking; He had in mind that now he would hit a four on every ass and he tried to hit a four on every ball. It worked for the first three overs and in some ways; His influence once shocked even the bowlers. It was only the result of a brilliant batting.
Pakistan spinner Shadab Khan addressed the media after the team defeated England in the fifth T20I, and pacer Haris Rauf attended the post-match press conference following the team’s victory over England in the fourth T20I.
They simply assaulted us. They started aggressively, attempting to strike a boundary with every ball. It worked for the first three overs and caught our bowlers off guard in several ways. We didn’t make many mistakes, and it was just amazing batting.
Pakistan’s pace In the absence of rested fast bowler Haris Rauf and an ailing Naseem Shah, the bowlers struggled to contain Salt’s power-hitting.
Salt had only scored 59 runs in the previous five games, but he struck 13 fours and three sixes in a ruthless showing that left hundreds of home team supporters disappointed midway through England’s run chase.
Previously, Pakistan was forced to bat first, and the top order struggled without the world’s top-ranked T20 batsman, Mohammad Rizwan, who was rested after scoring four half-centuries in the previous five games.
Mohammad Haris, Rizwan’s substitute, scored seven on debut before slicing an easy catch to short third man off Richard Gleeson, who replaced the rested Chris Woakes.

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