England scripts history by winning T20 World Cup

England scripts history by winning T20 World Cup

November 14, 2022

Ben Stokes slammed a gritty half-century to help England beat Pakistan by five wickets in the final and lift the T20 World Cup 2022 title yesterday. After the bowlers did well to restrict Pakistan to a low-key total of 137 runs at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) in the summit clash, Stokes bailed his team out of trouble in the run-chase and took them home with an unbeaten 52 off 49 balls.

England shattered a few records with their memorable triumph as they lifted their second T20 World Cup trophy having won their maiden title back in 2010. They equalled West Indies’ record for most T20 World Cup titles with both teams now having won the trophy twice each.

England also scripted history by becoming the first team to hold both T20 and ODI World Cup trophies at the same time in men’s cricket. England won ODI World Cup back in 2019 after defeating New Zealand in a thrilling final, and are the reigning world champions in the 50-over format.


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