Captain Babar Azam (85) and Mohammad Rizwan (63) scored a brilliant innings as Pakistan beat England by 31 runs in the first T20I at Trent Bridge to take a 1-0 lead in the three-match series. Even though the match was in the name of Pakistan, but the player who is being discussed the most is Liam Livingstone. This player scored a brilliant century in 42 balls and made a record for England to do so in the fewest balls.
Before Liam, David Malan held the record for scoring a century in the fewest balls in T20 Internationals for England. He scored a century in 48 balls against New Zealand in Napier on 8 November 2019. If we talk about the overall fastest, Liam is jointly at number 7 with Hazratullah Zazai of Afghanistan, while the world record is held by Rohit Sharma of India, David Miller of South Africa and S. Named after Vikramasekara. In these three 35-35 balls, the century has been hit.
Talking about the match, Pakistan scored a huge score of 232 runs in 20 overs with the help of eight fours and three sixes from Babar’s 49 balls and 85 runs off 41 balls with the help of Rizwan’s eight fours and one six. erected. Chasing the target, England’s team was all out for 201 runs in 19.2 overs despite 103 runs from 43 balls with the help of six fours and nine sixes from Liam Livingstone.
For Pakistan, Shaheen Afridi and Shadab Khan took three wickets each while Imad Wasim, Mohammad Hasnain and Harris Roof got one wicket each. Livingston played an excellent innings for England and he also scored the fastest century in T20 for England. But no other batsman could support him, due to which England had to face defeat. Liam Livingstone scored 103 runs in 43 balls with the help of six fours and nine sixes.