Pakistani player’s drama, first chatter, then said – only after seeing Moin

Pakistan took the lead in the series by winning the 5th T20 match against England. After this victory, the drama of Shadab Khan of Pakistan was seen in the press conference.

Shadab Khan reveals the conversation he had with Moeen Ali during the match

New Delhi.Pakistan defeated England by 6 runs in the 5th T20I to take a 3-2 lead in the 7-match T20I series. Batting first, Pakistan had given a target of 146 runs to the visiting team, in response the English team could only score 139 runs for 7 wickets. The Pakistani attack did wonders once again. Haris Rauf took 2 wickets, while Amir Jamal gave only 8 runs in the last over of the innings. Moeen Ali was at the crease at that time.

After the match, Shadab Khan came from Pakistan’s side in the press conference and talked about the match. Meanwhile, his tremendous drama was also seen. Actually the English captain Moeen Ali Waiting for my turn in the conference. Meanwhile, Shadab revealed his conversation with the English captain during the match.

Announcer told where is Moin

Shadab said in the press conference that I was talking to Moin Bhai. I said I like the pitch but I don’t know why runs are not being scored. If the dew was also enough, then the score should be there. The pitch was very good for batting, but the score was not scored. Meanwhile, the announcer said that Moin Bhai is here. Thanks everyone.

Moeen ignored

After listening to the announcer, Shadab said that Moin Bhai, I spoke only after seeing you. The video of this drama of Shadab is going viral on social media. After this Moin appeared in front of the press. Talking about this series, the sixth match between the two will be played in Lahore on 30 September. England needs a win at all costs to keep their hopes alive in the series.

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Another big innings from Rizwan’s bat

Pakistan and England Talking about the 5th match of the series played between, Pakistan’s team also could not play the full 20 overs and was all out for 145 runs in 19 overs. Mohammad Rizwan scored the highest 63 runs for Pakistan. English bowler Mark Wood took 3 wickets for 20 runs. At the same time, Moeen Ali scored the most unbeaten 51 runs from England.

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