ENG vs. PAK: England clean sweep in one-day series, fans outraged over Pakistan’s social media

England’s inexperienced team defeated Pakistan in the third ODI and swept the ODI series 3-0. Chasing a massive target of 332 in the third ODI, New England won by three wickets. Following Pakistan’s embarrassing performance in the one-day series, fans expressed their anger on social media. Fans mocked the Pakistan cricket team and told them to play with Zimbabwe.

Pakistan were bowled out for 331 with skipper Babur Azam’s 158, but Pakistan’s bowlers were unable to defend the target.
Questions have been raised about Pakistan’s batting in the last two matches. On social media, fans troll the Pakistan team, sharing many funny memes. Fans on Twitter have praised England’s bench ability. England entered the one-day series against Pakistan with their new team. With many English players coming to grips with Corona, England entered this one-day series with their new team. On the other hand, Pakistan’s regular team performed poorly in the entire series. Because of this, fans have hit him hard on Twitter.

Speaking of the match, England’s novice team set a target of 332 in their third ODI at Edgbaston on Tuesday, losing seven wickets in the 48th over. James Vince scored 102 for England. In addition, Louis Gregory scored 77 runs. Batting first, Pakistan scored 331 runs for the loss of 9 wickets in 50 overs. In this match, Babar Azam scored his 14th century in ODIs, making the world record for Babur in 14 innings. Baber holds the record in 81 innings. Apart from Babar, Mohammad Rizwan scored 74 off 58 balls. Brayden Cars took five wickets for England.

Babur Azam made a strong comeback with a century against England, setting a world record

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