- England won by 45 runs against Pakistan
- Moin Ali took 36 runs and took two wickets
- Livingstone’s six vs. Harris Rauf
Starters Jose Butler, Moin Ali and Liam Livingston helped England to victory. Butler scored 59 of 39 balls, Ali 36 of 16 balls and Livingstone 38 of 23 balls. Livingstone, who scored a century in the first game, turned heads in the second game with a whopping six. Livingstone hit a massive six on Harris Rauf’s first pitch in the 16th over. For Pakistan, Mohammad Hasnain took three wickets, while Imad Wasim and Harris Rauf took two wickets each.
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Pakistan’s execution rate was low from the start. Mohammad Rizwan (37), Babur Assam (22), Sohaib Maqsood (15), Imad Waseem (20) and Shadab Khan (36) were the other notable contributors. The ability to take terrain at regular intervals paved the way for England’s victory. Saqib Mahmood took three wickets for England. Adil Rashid and Moin Ali took two windows each. The crucial third game between the two teams will be played on Tuesday.
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