Shan Masood Praises England For All-round Performance in 3rd Encounter
Shan Masood (left-handed batter for Pakistan) recently returned to the national team following a two year absence. However, his performance in series opener was poor, scoring just 7 runs from 7 balls, one boundary.
Masood shined with the bat in the third match of Pakistan’s T20I series against England. He scored 65 runs off 40 balls but needed help from the other side to make it a match-winning innings.
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The Men in Green were 63 runs short in their highest ever total chase in the shortest format. Adil Rasheed and Mark Wood from England bowled very well and took three and two wickets, respectively.
Shan stated in a post-match media conference that it was important for him to spend time at the crease as it would boost his morale and confidence. However, the 63-run loss left Shan with a very sad feeling.