Pakistan vs England Highlights June 14, 2017

Watch Pak v Eng highlights today ICC Champions Trophy, 1st Semi-final – from Sophia Gardens, Cardiff (England) Wednesday 14th June 2017. Three matches had been played at this venue from first round of this ICT 2017. In first match between England and New Zealand, England won by 87 runs. England Scored 310 runs in 49.3 overs all out. AD Hales, JE Root, BA Stokes and JC Buttler† these four English batsmen performed well enough in that match. LE Plunkett took four wickets in that match with 55 runs in 9.3 overs. Second match had played between Bangladesh and New Zealand at this venue, in that match New Zealand scored 265 runs eight down in 50 overs and Bangladesh won by 5 wickets (with 16 balls remaining). In third match between Pakistan and Sri Lanka Pakistan won by 3 wickets (with 31 balls remaining) target was 237.

Pakistan have won the toss and chose to bowl first.

Pakistan team
1 Azhar Ali, 2 Fakhar Zaman, 3 Babar Azam, 4 Mohammad Hafeez, 5 Shoaib Malik, 6 Sarfraz Ahmed (capt, wk), 7 Imad Wasim, 8 Rumman Raees, 9 Shadab Khan, 10 Hasan Ali, 11 Junaid Khan.

England team
1 Alex Hales, 2 Jonny Bairstow, 3 Joe Root, 4 Eoin Morgan (capt), 5 Ben Stokes, 6 Jos Buttler (wk), 7 Moeen Ali, 8 Adil Rashid, 9 Liam Plunkett, 10 Mark Wood, 11 Jake Ball.

Scorecard

England 211 49.5 overs
Pakistan 215/2 37.1 overs
Pakistan won by 8 wickets (with 77 balls remaining)

  England innings (50 overs maximum) R B 4s 6s SR
JM Bairstow c Mohammad Hafeez b Hasan Ali 43 57 4 0 75.43
AD Hales c Babar Azam b Rumman Raees 13 13 2 0 100.00
JE Root c †Sarfraz Ahmed b Shadab Khan 46 56 2 0 82.14
EJG Morgan* c †Sarfraz Ahmed b Hasan Ali 33 53 4 0 62.26
BA Stokes c Mohammad Hafeez b Hasan Ali 34 64 0 0 53.12
JC Buttler† c †Sarfraz Ahmed b Junaid Khan 4 7 0 0 57.14
MM Ali c Fakhar Zaman b Junaid Khan 11 14 2 0 78.57
AU Rashid run out (sub [Ahmed Shehzad]) 7 13 0 0 53.84
LE Plunkett c Azhar Ali b Rumman Raees 9 14 1 0 64.28
MA Wood run out (†Sarfraz Ahmed) 3 5 0 0 60.00
  JT Ball not out 2 5 0 0 40.00
  Extras (lb 1, w 3, nb 2) 6        
  Total (all out; 49.5 overs) 211 (4.23 runs per over)

Fall of wickets 1-34 (Hales, 5.5 ov), 2-80 (Bairstow, 16.3 ov), 3-128 (Root, 27.3 ov), 4-141 (Morgan, 31.4 ov), 5-148 (Buttler, 34.1 ov), 6-162 (Ali, 38.3 ov), 7-181 (Rashid, 43.3 ov), 8-201 (Stokes, 47.4 ov), 9-206 (Plunkett, 48.5 ov), 10-211 (Wood, 49.5 ov)

  Bowling O M R W Econ 0s 4s 6s  
Junaid Khan 8.5 0 42 2 4.75 29 4 0 (1nb)
Rumman Raees 9 0 44 2 4.88 26 3 0 (2w)
  Imad Wasim 5 0 16 0 3.20 15 0 0  
Shadab Khan 9 0 40 1 4.44 28 4 0  
Hasan Ali 10 0 35 3 3.50 36 2 0 (1nb, 1w)
  Mohammad Hafeez 8 0 33 0 4.12 23 2 0  
  Pakistan innings (target: 212 runs from 50 overs) R B 4s 6s SR
Azhar Ali b Ball 76 100 5 1 76.00
Fakhar Zaman st †Buttler b Rashid 57 58 7 1 98.27
  Babar Azam not out 38 45 2 1 84.44
  Mohammad Hafeez not out 31 21 3 2 147.61
  Extras (lb 1, w 11, nb 1) 13        
  Total (2 wickets; 37.1 overs) 215 (5.78 runs per over)

Did not batShoaib Malik, Sarfraz Ahmed*†, Imad Wasim, Rumman Raees, Shadab Khan, Hasan Ali, Junaid Khan


Fall of wickets 1-118 (Fakhar Zaman, 21.1 ov), 2-173 (Azhar Ali, 32.2 ov)

  Bowling O M R W Econ 0s 4s 6s  
  MA Wood 8 1 37 0 4.62 28 2 1 (2w)
JT Ball 8 0 37 1 4.62 30 3 0 (2w)
  BA Stokes 3.1 0 38 0 12.00 6 4 2 (1nb, 2w)
  LE Plunkett 6 0 33 0 5.50 15 3 0  
AU Rashid 10 0 54 1 5.40 30 2 2 (1w)
  MM Ali 2 0 15 0 7.50 6 3 0  
Series – Pakistan advanced
ODI debut – Rumman Raees (Pakistan)
Player of the match – Hasan Ali (Pakistan)
    • Powerplay 1: Overs 0.1 – 10.0 (Mandatory – 52 runs, 1 wicket)
    • Over 0.2: Review by Pakistan (Bowling), Umpire – M Erasmus, Batsman – JM Bairstow (Struck down)
    • Over 3.6: Review by England (Batting), Umpire – RJ Tucker, Batsman – AD Hales (Upheld)
    • England: 50 runs in 9.4 overs (58 balls), Extras 0
    • Powerplay 2: Overs 10.1 – 40.0 (Mandatory – 117 runs, 5 wickets)
    • Drinks: England – 80/2 in 16.3 overs (JE Root 24)
    • England: 100 runs in 21.4 overs (130 balls), Extras 1
    • Over 25.4: Review by England (Batting), Umpire – RJ Tucker, Batsman – EJG Morgan (Upheld)
    • Drinks: England – 148/4 in 34.0 overs (BA Stokes 8, JC Buttler 4)
    • England: 150 runs in 35.5 overs (215 balls), Extras 1
    • Powerplay 3: Overs 40.1 – 50.0 (Mandatory – 42 runs, 4 wickets)
    • England: 200 runs in 47.1 overs (284 balls), Extras 5
    • Innings Break: England – 211/10 in 49.5 overs (JT Ball 2)
    • Powerplay 1: Overs 0.1 – 10.0 (Mandatory – 49 runs, 0 wicket)
    • Powerplay 2: Overs 10.1 – 40.0 (Mandatory – 166 runs, 2 wickets)
    • Pakistan: 50 runs in 10.2 overs (62 balls), Extras 7
    • 1st Wicket: 50 runs in 62 balls (Azhar Ali 14, Fakhar Zaman 29, Ex 7)
    • Fakhar Zaman: 50 off 49 balls (6 x 4, 1 x 6)
    • Pakistan: 100 runs in 17.2 overs (104 balls), Extras 8
    • 1st Wicket: 100 runs in 104 balls (Azhar Ali 41, Fakhar Zaman 51, Ex 8)
    • Drinks: Pakistan – 105/0 in 18.0 overs (Azhar Ali 42, Fakhar Zaman 55)
    • Azhar Ali: 50 off 68 balls (4 x 4, 1 x 6)
    • Over 20.5: Review by England (Bowling), Umpire – M Erasmus, Batsman – Fakhar Zaman (Struck down)
    • Pakistan: 150 runs in 26.1 overs (157 balls), Extras 9
    • 2nd Wicket: 50 runs in 58 balls (Azhar Ali 21, Babar Azam 28, Ex 1)
    • Drinks: Pakistan – 187/2 in 35.0 overs (Babar Azam 33, Mohammad Hafeez 10)
    • Pakistan: 200 runs in 35.4 overs (215 balls), Extras 13

Match Timings: 10:30 local time (09:30 GMT)

Now according to previous performance from five teams England batsmen played very good then all others. Pitch difficulty was almost same in all three matches. Now all eyes will be on Pakistani seamers because Mohammad Amir is coming back in his form, Junaid Khan bowled so good in his last match, Hasan Ali also performing so good in these days, Fahim Ashraf was little bit costly in his last match but he took two wickets in 6.2 overs with 37 runs. Hasan Ali is going at number three position in most wicket takers list with seven wickets, Junaid Khan took five in two innings. Other side LE Plunkett is the second most wicket taker with eight wickets, AU Rashid took six and MA Wood took five.

The weather, so woeful for the first week of this competition, looks finally to have turned the corner. A scorcher is in prospect at Cardiff, which ought to mean a run-feast. However, the pitch will be the same one on which Pakistan and Sri Lanka scraped for survival on Monday, which may temper the strokeplay on offer. Consistency isn’t exactly a Pakistan trait, but their line-up for the semi-final seems as settled as they could hope for. One potential change may be the recall of the legspinner Shabab Khan, especially given Adil Rashid’s success against New Zealand on this ground. The likeliest seamer to miss out would be Fahim Ashraf, even though he followed in Zaman’s footsteps with a hugely composed debut, claiming two wickets as Sri Lanka slid to 236 all out. It certainly won’t be Junaid Khan, whose inclusion at the expense of the hapless Wahab Riaz has traded a hostile but expensive left-armer for a genuine wicket-taking threat.

Eoin Morgan could hardly have given Jason Roy more opportunities to prove his undoubted worth, but the manner of his second-ball dismissal against Australia – falling into an ungainly lbw then burning England’s review in his desperation – looks set to have sealed his fate. A run of 52 runs in eight innings makes for ugly viewing in any context. But with Jonny Bairstow bursting for an opportunity to turn his own golden form into a substantial contribution, England have little option but to accept the inevitable. Roy can have no complaints – indeed, he looks as though he would benefit from a break. And he will surely come again. The only question is where would Bairstow fit in? A like-for-like replacement would make sense. He has only opened on eight occasions, but one of those was a not-insubstantial 174.

ICC Champions Trophy, 1st Semi-final Highlights
ODI no. 3889 | 2017 season
Played at Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
14 June 2017 (50-over match)
Umpires – M Erasmus (South Africa) and RJ Tucker (Australia)
TV umpire – M Erasmus (South Africa) and RJ Tucker (Australia)
TV umpire – CB Gaffaney (New Zealand)
Match referee – AJ Pycroft (Zimbabwe)
Reserve umpire – BNJ Oxenford (Australia)