England made history just right before World Cup
In the series being played before the World Cup, England have made an unbeatable 3-0 lead in the five-match series by winning 3 wickets against Pakistan in Nottingham. Now the fifth and last match of the series will be played on Sunday (May 19th) in Leeds. In England, England won the toss and gave Pakistan the first bat. After injury to Imam-ul-Haq, the young batsman in form, he had to retire hurt. Fakhr Jamat scored 57 runs. Together with Babar Azam, they gave a fantastic start to Pakistan. Mohammad Hafeez scored 59 runs. Shoaib Malik played a brilliant innings of 41 runs in 26 balls. In the last over, Captain Sarfraz Ahmed also played some good shots and scored 21 off 14 balls and returned to the knot. Tom Karan hit four wickets from England At the same time, Mark Wood took two wickets and Jopra Archer took one wicket. In this way, Pakistan scored a huge score of 340/7 against England. In reply, England won three wickets and chasing the target with three wickets. Jason Roy scored 114 runs in 89 balls. Apart from this, Ben Stokes scored 71, James Vince was 43 and Joe Root took 36 runs. Captain Jos Buttler and Moin Ali then returned to the pavilion without accounting. Tom Karen, who took four wickets, also played a 31-ball innings of 30 balls. Imad Wasim and Mohammad Hasanain took two wickets each on behalf of Pakistan. The first match of the series was washed in the rain, while England won the remaining three matches, the fourth match is to be played. With this victory, England has maintained its record of one-day cricket, now England has become the team that has chased the highest score of 340 or more. Where India has done this task three times, South Africa 2 times. Australia-New Zealand also exceeded the goal of 1-1 times 340+ scores.