England wins the series. Pakistan defeated by 52 runs in the 2nd ODI.

The Pakistan cricket team lost the second ODI match against England played at Lord’s Cricket Ground by 52 runs, thus England wins the series. 0-2.

England wins the series. Pakistan defeated by 52 runs in the 2nd ODI.

Batting first, the host English side scored 247 runs in the allotted 47 overs and gave the Pakistani team a target of 248 runs to win.
The wickets of the visiting team, which had already lost the wicket of opener Imam-ul-Haq in the first over, kept falling one after the other and the entire team all out for 195 runs in 41 overs.

Pakistani players performance

For Pakistan, opener Imam-ul-Haq was dismissed for one, Fakhr Zaman for 10, captain Babar Azam for 19, Mohammad Rizwan for five, Sohaib Maqsood for 19, Shadab Khan for 21, and Faheem Ashraf for one.
Saud Shakeel top-scored for Pakistan with 56 runs. His 77-ball innings also included four fours.

Rain delays the Match

Saturday’s rain-affected match was limited to 47 overs due to delays.

Pakistan won the toss and was chose to field first.

Earlier, batting first, the England team could not complete the allotted 47 overs. Hassan Ali’s five wickets helped the hosts score 247 runs in 45.2 overs. England wins the series.
For England, opener Phil Salt scored 60, James Vince 56. And Lewis Gregory 40, Bryden Kerr 31, and captain Ben Stokes 22.

Hassan Ali 5 Wickets

Hassan Ali took five wickets for 51 runs in 9.2 overs

England wins the series.

English opener David Milan, one-downer Zack Crowley, and Craig Overton were all out for no runs.
Earlier, the national team did not perform well in the first match and the host England easily won the match by nine wickets.

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In the first match played in Cardiff on July 8, the Pakistani team batted first and scored only 141 runs. In reply, England achieved the target in 21.5 overs at a loss of one wicket.
The third and final match of the three-match ODI series between Pakistan. And England will be playing on July 13 in Birmingham.

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