Cricket World Cup will start in England shortly after All of the cricket analysts say that England's name is being hosted as a hot favorite of the tournament this year. Not only because of the host, but the form of the last two years in one-day cricket has made England's favorites in the fray. England have proved it in Bristol on Tuesday, In the third match of the current one-day series against Pakistan, topping the mountain, the top of the mountain topped the top of the Ewan Morgan team has won the win. Pakistan first scored 358 runs and scored Pakistan. In reply, England were bowled out for just 31 balls, with 6 wickets in hand. It is the record of winning the fifth-highest run in one-day cricket history.
England won the toss and elected to bat first, England decided to field first. In the first five overs of the match, the English paceman Chris Woakes pushed Pakistan back to backfault with centuries from Fakhr Zaman and Babar Azam, who were dismissed in the first five overs. But the third wicket partnership made a great counter attack by opener Imam-ul Haq and Harris Sohel, who added 68 runs in 11.5 overs. Impressed with 41 runs in a lazy stand, Imam has made another good pair of 67 against captain Sarfaraz.
But Sarfaraz was out after scoring Liam Plankett for 27 runs. Imam-ul-Haq then added 125 runs in just 15 overs with Asif Ali. The left-handed opener Imran picked up his sixth one-day century on the penultimate ground. Asif Ali was dismissed for 287 in 52 overs in the next two matches. Imran Khan then pulled the innings of Pakistan alone. At the end of the 131 balls he was out of the career highest 151 runs. Left-handed Imad Wasim (22) and Hasan Ali (9), both of which were 18 runs in 10 overs in the 50 overs, Pakistan's challenge of 358 runs in 9 balls.
Initially, the two English opener Jason Ryan and Jonny Bairstow were slightly shaky. Hassan Ali's first seven in the first over, Lippa caught mid-wicket catch Jason Roy. Shahin Shah Afridi gave away the catch. Since then, England have been struggling to play. The opening pair, who were dismissed by 159 runs in 17.3 overs, Before being dismissed, Roy scored an unbeaten 76 off 55 balls with eight fours and four sixes. But on the other side, Bairstow was running like a sword on the other side. Before bowled by paceman Junaid Khan, the right-handed opener played 12 fours and three sixes in his 93-ball knock.
After the foundation of the two openers, England's Joe Root 43, Ben Stokes 37 and Moeen Ali notching an unbeaten 46, England lost only four wickets to reach the target. The match still left 5.1 overs. No bowler bowled in front of England's swipe batting. Jonny Bairstow was adjudged Player of the Match when he played an extraordinary innings
England are now ahead 2-0 in the five-match series. The two teams will face again in the fourth match of the series on Friday 17 May.