Pakistan’s Physical Disability team beat England by 45 runs to win the Twenty20 tri-series at Worcester on Wednesday.
Pakistan, batting first, made 189/7 in their 20 overs with Hasnain Alam top scoring with 48 runs from 36 balls with eight boundaries to his name.
Mohammad Shahbaz made 34 runs off 24 runs with the help of four boundaries and a six and Saif Ullah contributing 31 runs from 18 deliveries four fours and a maximum.
Liam O’Brien grabbed two wickets for the hosts.
In reply, England could only manage 144 in 18.2 overs.
O’Brien made 75 runs from 40 balls while Jordan Williams scored 17 runs from 18 balls with the help of two fours. Alex Hammond made run-a-ball 16 runs.
Abdullah Ejaz was the pick of the bowlers for Pakistan as he grabbed five wickets in four overs and conceded 22 runs. Jahanzeb Tawana and Waqif Shah took two wickets each in the final.
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairperson Najam Sethi congratulated the team on winning the tournament.
“Congratulations to our superstar team on winning the Physical Disability tri-series in England,” he tweeted. “We’re proud of you, keep the green flag flying high!”
Congratulations to our superstar team on winning the Physical Disability tri-series in England. We’re proud of you, keep the green flag flying high!
— Najam Sethi (@najamsethi) July 11, 2018