PAK vs ENG LIVE: Team Pakistan participated in an optional practice session on Friday ahead of the ICC T20 World Cup 2022…
PAK vs ENG LIVE: Team Pakistan participated in an optional practice session on Friday ahead of the ICC T20 World Cup 2022 Final vs England. Pakistan team hit the nets around 7:15 AM (IST). What stood out in that session was the role reversal by Men in Green. As their star opening duo of Babar Azam and Muhammad Rizwan were bowling to the team’s ace pacer Shaheen Shah Afridi. England and Pakistan will face off in the final of the ICC T20 World Cup 2022 on Sunday at the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground. Follow Pakistan vs England LIVE and ICC T20 WC 2022 LIVE on InsideSport.IN
PAK vs ENG LIVE: Role Reversal? Babar Azam and Muhammad Rizwan bowl while Shaheen Shah Afridi bats for Pakistan in nets ahead of T20 WC FINAL – WATCH Video
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Intensity 🆙 🔥
Preparing for the Sunday finale 🏟️💪#WeHaveWeWill | #T20WorldCup pic.twitter.com/CiUUSMzfOA
— Pakistan Cricket (@TheRealPCB) November 11, 2022
Muhammad Rizwan and Babar Azam flexed their bowling arms in the nets for Pakistan. While the team’s premium speedster Shaheen Shah Afridi was on the other end playing some beautiful strokes.
Our opening duo Rizwan and Babar are showing some bowling skills here in practice session at MCG…. And guess what they were bowling to Shaheen Shah Afridi 😍 #Pakistan pic.twitter.com/KQC9Y0m85t
— Mariya Rajput (@mariya_raj10) November 11, 2022
Rizwan and Babar bowling. Shaheen batting. Probably not Pakistan’s plan A for the final #ENGvPAK #T20WorldCup pic.twitter.com/B0NTnLSo60
— Andrew McGlashan (@andymcg_cricket) November 11, 2022
Pakistan reached the final with a thumping 7-wicket win over NewZealand. England meanwhile defeated India by 10 wickets in Adelaide on Thursday.
England’s massive 10-wicket win against India has helped them in setting up a T20 World Cup final clash against Pakistan. Both teams finished second from their respective groups in the Super 12s and their chances of securing a semi-final spot at one stage looked very unlikely.
But both sides made a terrific comeback not only to reach the semis but also to go all the way to the finals. The two teams last met in a World Cup final in 1992, which Pakistan won. England will be looking to set the record straight now by lifting the trophy at the iconic MCG in Melbourne.