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England vs Pakistan semi-final: Pakistan knock England out with power punch

Britain picked a wrong day to be out of shading. In what have been a noteworthy keep running since the 2015 World Cup misfortune to Bangladesh, England were known as the most loved to lift the ICC Champions Trophy before its begin. Be that as it may, England were choked by the noteworthy Pakistan rocking the bowling alley and later the home group bowlers were whipped by Pakistan batsmen in the semi-last on a dry Cardiff pitch and were dumped out of the Champions Trophy. 

Pakistan rode on trained and forceful rocking the bowling alley which played out England for 211 and later the batsmen, driven by fifties from opener Fakhar Zaman and Azhar Ali, pursued down the aggregate with eight wickets and 12.5 overs remaining. Pakistan achieved their first since forever Champions Trophy last and will go up against the victor of the second semi-last amongst India and Bangladesh. 

In a Pakistan unit which was not seen until Wednesday in the Champions Trophy, the group clicked in each of the three bureaus of the diversion. The great knocking down some pins was upheld by the defenders who, in spite of a few shots, clutched gets and even caused a run-out. The batsmen later finished the execution with an ascertained pursue in which they barely looked in a bad position. 

Britain, who have achieved 300 or more scores in one-day internationals more than whatever other group in the previous 12 months, battled with the bat. They rang Jonny Bairstow to supplant a battling Jason Roy as an opener. He opened the innings with Alex Hales yet subsequent to setting up 34 keeps running for the primary wicket, Hales was rejected by debutant Rumman Raees. 

Bairstow survived two possibilities, a dropped get and a distressingly close leg-before call, before he succumbed to 43. He attempted to play a front-foot pull shot to Hasan Ali yet couldn't control it. He was gotten at fine-leg. 

Mohammad Amir was discounted of the amusement just before hurl however Pakistan did not require him. Joe Root and Eoin Morgan were hoping to revamp the innings and they put on 48 keeps running for the fourth wicket. Yet, spinner Shadab Khan had Root gotten behind for 46 to break the stand.

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