KUALA LUMPUR (Dunya News) – England Women beat Pakistan Women by 26 runs in the third and last T20I to complete a 3-0 course of action prevail at Kuala Lumpur’s Kinrara Oval on Friday, said an official explanation by the PCB.
Resulting to winning the heave and deciding for bat, England boss Heather Knight scored a quickfire 31-ball 43 which helped her side post an incredible 170 for three.
Knight’s 81-run association for the second-wicket with Amy Jones (37 off 35) was instrumental in giving England a firm handle of the innings after opener Danni Wyatt – who hit two fours and two sixes in her 15-ball 25 – was dismissed by Umaima Sohail, who returned one for 18 out of three overs.
For her batting execution, the England captain was named player of the match.
Heather Knight expressed: “I think it been a better than average visit for us. We mentioned that the players get colossal runs and that s happened across over both the ODI and the T20I course of action.
“I think we ‘ve found some new players, as well. Sarah Glenn has really put her hand up and that s remarkable for us, it adds to the test for spots and makes us more grounded as a social affair.
“I ‘ve been satisfied with how we ‘ve kept up our selective desires, especially in the field – which is something we ‘ve been locking in on.
“We re foreseeing the new year and the trial of the ICC Women s T20 World Cup in Australia.”
An unbeaten 52-run stay between Fran Wilson and Tammy Beaumont in the last 5.4 overs secured England and ensured that the visitors finish on a high note after Jones and Knight fell in scope of seven movements.
Both Wilson and Beaumont struck a four and a six each as the past scored 29 off 24 while the last made 23 runs at a striking pace of 143.75.
For Pakistan, pacer Diana Baig was the stand separated bowler with two wickets for 28 runs in four overs.
Pakistan openers couldn’t give their side a perfect start as Ayesha Zafar (nine of eight) and Nahida Khan (eight of 19) were back in the structure in 4.4 overs with 29 unexpected spikes sought after for the scoreboard.
Javeria Khan, batting at three, recorded her eighth 50 years in the plan with an unbeaten 57. The right-gave hitter struck five fours and a six in the 56 balls that she went up against.
She didn’t get the perfect assistance from the far edge as Pakistan kept losing wickets on standard between times. The accompanying best score began from wicketkeeper-hitter Sidra Nawaz, who made 19 not out from seven balls.
Javeria Khan expressed: “This inning was normal on me as I was not prepared to set up scores before in the game plan. I foresee execute what I have picked up from this plan against a quality side like England and realize it in the T20 World Cup. As opposed to this game plan, I am sure that I will score runs from the chief facilitate in that challenge.
“We gave England extraordinary events in miscellaneous items and our general displays have improved a great deal, which is something the England players also let us know.
“We have squandered open entryways in this course of action. Proceeding we should like to profit however much as could reasonably be expected from the chances we get in the match. This course of action will help us a lot in finding that.”
Pakistan supervised 144 for five out of 20 overs. Leg-spinner Sarah Glenn and medium-pacer Anya Shurbsole got two wickets each for 12 and 15 runs.
For enrolling two successive half-many years in the underlying two T20Is, England wicketkeeper-hitter Jones was named player of the game plan.
Scores more or less
England Women 170-3, 20 overs (Heather Knight 43, Amy Jones 37, Fran Wilson 29, Danni Wyatt 25, Tammy Beaumont 23; Diana Baig 2-28)
Pakistan Women 144-5, 20 overs (Javeria Khan 57 not out; Sarah Glenn 2-12, Anya Shursole 2-15)
Result: England Women won by 26 runs