The 2022 T20 World Cup trophy went to England after a tight final against Pakistan. T20 World Cup and ODI World Cup are now held by England.
Despite losing Mohammad Rizwan early in the innings, Pakistan got off to a solid start in their innings. There was a valiant fightback by England as they collected wickets at regular intervals in order to prevent Pakistan from being able to score a formidable total in the final.
With English bowlers executing their plans perfectly, the Men in Green were only able to score 137/8 in their 20 overs, a huge defeat for them.
There were no signs of a slow start from Pakistan on the field as they quickly grabbed three quick wickets during the powerplay to get a stranglehold on the match. As a result of his sensational half-century, Ben Stokes has once again played a crucial role in England’s run chase in the forthcoming ODI World Cup. As Shaheen Afridi got injured during the game, Pakistan was dealt a huge blow as he was ruled out of action for the remainder of the match.
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Having chased down the target with 5 wickets in hand and one over to spare, England lifted their second T20 World Cup trophy in history as they joined West Indies as the only other team to have lifted the trophy on more than one occasion.