Yesterday World Cup Match: USA Prevails in Thrilling Super Over Against Pakistan, Securing Victory by 5 Runs in T20 Showdown!

Yesterday World Cup Match: Monank Patel’s Steady Batting and Aaron Jones’ Quickfire Contribution Propel USA to Tie Score (159/3) and Force Super Over Against Pakistan.

Yesterday World Cup Match

The United States cricket team celebrated with joy after their thrilling win against Pakistan at the Grand Prairie Stadium in Grand Prairie, Texas, on Thursday, June 6, 2024. As the match ended, you could see smiles all around as Pakistan’s Shadab Khan walked off the field.

Yesterday World Cup Match: Saurabh Netravalkar’s incredible performance in the Super Over led to the United States’ victory over Pakistan by five runs in the T20 World Cup at the Grand Prairie Stadium in Dallas.

Monank Patel’s composed half-century and cameo from Aaron Jones helped the USA to level the score (159/3) in the chase for a super over. Earlier, knocks from Babar Azam, Shadab Khan, and Shaheen Shah Afridi take Pakistan to 159/7 in the first innings against the United States.

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Yesterday World Cup Match: Man Of The Match

Man of the match: Monank Patel – 50 runs off 38 balls

Monank Patel, Man of the Match and USA captain: “It is a big achievement, beating Pakistan and that too playing (them) for the first time. It was a complete team effort. We won the toss and we made sure we utilised the conditions well, we did really well to keep them under 160.

I am happy with my contribution and more happy that we won the game. We spoke about the top three contributing and happy that myself and Gous could do that. The plan was to play proper shots and he (Gous) took the pressure off me. Happy to get the two points. As a batter and player you want to show off in the big games and I am happy that my knock came in a winning cause.

“Winning the toss and the way we bowled in the first 6 overs, we took wickets and kept them quiet. We knew they will take chances after their partnership. We knew we were in the game with 160 to chase, just needed a partnership. Playing in a World Cup, you don’t get a chance to do it every year. We were fully committed every single ball.”

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Babar Azam | Pakistan captain: “First 6 overs while batting we didn’t capitalize. Back to back wickets always put you on the back foot, as a batter you need to step up and build partnerships. We were not up to the mark in the first 6 overs with the ball.

Our spinners also did not take wickets in the middle overs so these things cost us. Very hard, all credit to USA, they played better than us in all three departments. Little bit of moisture in the pitch, it was also two-paced. As a professional you need to assess the conditions.

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