Pakistan faced England in the third fixture of the T20I Series at National Stadium, Karachi. The Babar Azam-led side put the visitors to bat first, following the same pattern as of the last game to chase and secure a victory.
England lost their key batters Phil Salt and Dawid Malan early, which put them under the pump. However, Will Jacks translated his domestic success to the international circuit by hitting 40 off 22 balls and stitched a 43-run stand with Ben Duckett. Then, the exemplary Harry Brook arrived at the crease, and continued the team's momentum, while Duckett held his end firm.
In the 17th over of England's innings, pacer Haris Rauf delivered a terrific bouncer to Brook, who tried to play a half-hearted shot. Unfortunately, the ball got stuck on the helmet, and Rauf immediately ran to Brook and responded in a cheeky manner.
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The keeper Mohammad Rizwan had a heartfelt conversation with Brook as well. On the flip side, Duckett asked the youngster about the blow to get assurance of his well-being.
In the end, Brook remained unbeaten on 81 off 35, while Duckett scored 70* off 42 balls, and powered England to a score of 221 on the board. The spinner Usman Qadir was the pick of the bowlers for the Men in Green with two scalps.