Pakistan vs England T20I series initiated showcasing exactly the opposite side of the visitors on comparing to what they were in the recently played ODI series. A similar squad got a clean sweep by the hosts in a three-match ODI series and could not even triumph in the concluding game to dignify themselves.
In contrast, the first T20I has portrayed a totally different picture as at first, the batting line-up bloomed, later, with the bowlers giving dreadful deliveries to English batsmen. Hence, England collapsed as Pakistan won the first T20I by 31 runs.
Consequently, the cricket devotees who took it to social forums after heavy ODI defeat, are now writing praising their comeback in the first T20I with more yet to witness.
Clearly, Pakistan’s T20I record in recent times is going pretty fine in contrast to the ODIs. Notably, no major performances have been showcased in the fifty-over format since the World Cup 2019. On the other hand, T20I triumphs are often a fraction.
Concluding from the men in green’s magnificence they adhered to tonight, here are a few of the records by Pakistan in Pak vs Eng 1st T20I:
Pak vs Eng 1st T20I: Records by Pakistan
- Pakistan have scored their highest-ever score in T20Is alongside winning the encounter successfully.
- Pakistan have recorded the highest-ever T20I score at Trent Bridge, Nottingham.
- Pakistan has become the first team to score 200+ runs in T20Is at Trent Bridge. However, England reached close to the chase but missed by 31 runs.
- Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan are now the only pair to two opening partnerships of 100 or more in T20Is for Pakistan.
- Babar and Rizwan are also the only pair to bring up three 100-run partnerships or more in T20Is in 2021 yet.
- Pakistan have added the most sixes (12) in a T20I inning.
- Pakistan have crossed 150 run-mark in the last ten overs of a T20I match, the most by any team.
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