At the Women’s T20 World Cup, England beats Pakistan by a record number of runs.
In a group stage match on Tuesday in Cape Town, South Africa, England beat Pakistan by 114 runs, which was the most runs ever scored in a Women’s Twenty20 World Cup.
Before South Africa beat Thailand by 113 runs in 2020, that was the biggest win margin in the tournament.
England won the T20 World Cup in 2009. They have won all four of their games in the group stage and are in first place in Group B. In the semis, they will play either New Zealand or South Africa.
Nat Sciver-unbeaten Brunt’s 81 off 40 balls and Danni Wyatt’s 59 helped England score 213, which was more than South Africa’s 195 against Thailand.
In response, Pakistan could only score 99 and 9, and both Katherine Sciver-Brunt and Charlie Dean took two wickets each.
Even though Pakistan lost badly, their captain Nida Dar was able to take a wicket and become the player with the most wickets in women’s T20I cricket.
“Today, we’re trying to get some momentum going into the semifinals. It was great how well our batters did today, “Heather Knight, the captain, said.