The International Cricket Council (ICC) recalled Pakistan’s memorable Cricket World Cup 2019 win over hosts England.
The sport’s governing body shared highlights of the match on its one-year anniversary.
#OnThisDay last year, Pakistan excelled with both bat and ball to seal a 14-run victory over England despite centuries from Joe Root and Jos Buttler at Trent Bridge.
📽️ WATCH exclusive extended highlights of #ENGvPAK: https://t.co/N75cay1VsH pic.twitter.com/HGUYIyhynu
— ICC (@ICC) June 3, 2020
Pakistan had headed into the fixture in Nottingham on the back of a heavy defeat to West Indies in their opening game.
Mohammad Hafeez top-scored with 84 while Babar Azam and then-captain Sarfaraz Ahmed scored 63 and 55 respectively as Pakistan posted a huge total of 348-8.
Sarfaraz’s side went on to win the game by 14 runs as the hosts managed 334-9 despite Joe Root and Jos Buttler scoring centuries.