PK vs. ENG: Pakistan won the match, Liam Livingstone won the heart, England fastest century in T20

In the first match of the three-match T20I series, Pakistan crushed England by 31 runs. With this win, Babar Azam’s team also took a 1-0 lead in the series. Chasing a massive target of 233, England were all out for 201. The English batsman Liam Livingstone is facing Pakistan’s bowlers in isolation and he has also played an amazing century. Although Livingstone could not win the team, he certainly managed to win the hearts of fans with his explosive innings. Livingstone holds the record for the fastest century and fifty for England.

Liam Livingstone scored 103 off 43 balls with the help of 6 balls and 9 galactic sixes. The English batsman scored a century in just 42 balls. Livingstone holds the record for the fastest century in T20 cricket for England. Before that, Livingstone completed his fifty in just 17 balls and scored the fastest fifty for England. Livingstone batted relentlessly from one end, but he could not get the support of any batsman from the other end. Because of his slow innings, fans have been trolling hero Eoin Morgan on social media.

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After losing the toss, batting captain Babar Azam and Rizwan made a terrific start to the Pakistan team and together they scored 150 runs for the first wicket. Rizwan returned to the pavilion after playing a superb innings of 63 off 41 balls. Fakhar Zaman, who usually plays the opener, came in to bat in the fourth spot and scored 26 off 8 balls. However, Fakhar could not convert his bubbling start into big innings. England’s Tom Curran 2 and David Villi and Mahmood each took one wicket.

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