Babar and Rizwan set world record as Pakistan register 10-wicket win

Babar and Rizwan made a world record of 203-run opening partnership in the chasing, as they surpassed the 200-run target without losing any wickets with three balls in hand. Babar and Rizwan broke their own record as they previously made a 197-run partnership in the second innings against South Africa which was the highest till the match.

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Pakistan have beaten England in the second T20I of the seven-match T20I series achieving multiple world records. They have defeated the hosts by 10 wickets on Thursday (September 22) in Karachi, credit goes to Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan obviously.
Babar and Rizwan made a world record of 203-run opening partnership in the chasing, as they surpassed the 200-run target without losing any wickets with three balls in hand. Babar and Rizwan broke their own record as they previously made a 197-run partnership in the second innings against South Africa which was the highest till the match. And Babar has reached 8000 T20 runs in 218 innings, which is the second-fastest total after Chris Gayle (213).
Babar hit his second century in his international career and he was the only Pakistani to do so. The captain of Pakistan remained unbeaten on 110 runs off just 66 balls. His innings consisted of 11 fours and 5 sixes. While Rizwan was unbeaten on 88 runs from 51 balls with 5 fours and 4 sixes.
Earlier, England also put on a nice show on a good pitch which acted slow at the start of the match. Two openers- Alex Hales and Phil Salt started off very well. Though they couldn’t continue, captain Moeen Ali’s 23-ball fifty, Ben Duckett’s 43 runs off 22 balls and Harry Brook’s 19-ball 31 gave England a big total of 199 runs in 20 overs losing just 5 wickets. Shahnawaz Dahani and Haris Rauf both took 2 wickets each for Pakistan.
With the big win, Pakistan have leveled the seven-match T20I series 1-1.