ENG vs PAK: Is this the longest six of the T20 internationals? Liam Livingstone’s Six has hit everyone’s senses – see video

The second T20 International, a three-match series between Pakistan and England, was played on July 18 at Headingley, Leeds. Pakistan lost the match by 43 runs. After being invited to bat, England scored 200 in 19.5 overs before being dismissed. Liam Livingstone, who scored a century at the first T20 International of the series, also batted heavily. Livingstone scored 38 off 23 balls and also hit three brilliant sixes this time. Pakistan fast bowler Harris Rauf hit two sixes. The ball went out of the stadium so dangerous that a six.

England Cricket tweeted its video. There is much debate about these six of Livingstone’s, some calling it T20 International’s Big Six. Jose Butler led England in this match. Eoin Morgan was not playing in this game. Butler hit 59 off 39 balls. Moeen Ali scored a brilliant 36 runs off 16 balls.

Butler, Moeen and Livingstone scored the most runs for England. Except for the three, no batsman was able to score 20 runs. Harris Rauf took two wickets for Pakistan, but scored 48 runs. In reply, Pakistan were able to score 155 for 9 in 20 overs. Saqib Mahmood got three and Moeen Ali took two wickets. With the win, England tied the series 1-1.

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