As they prepare to face England in the final of the 2022 T20 World Cup at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, Babar Azam-led Pakistan are on course to win the T20 World Cup for the first time in 13 years for the second time in history. MCG) on Sunday (November 13). Jos Buttler’s England will enter the second semi-final on Thursday (November 10) after beating Rohit Sharma-led India by 10 wickets. Sunday’s final will be a throwback to the 1992 50-over World Cup at the MCG, which saw these two sides battle for supremacy. Then Imran Khan’s Pakistan team defeated England and became world champions for the first time. England, on the other hand, have only one T20 crown to their name – back in 2010 after defeating Australia in the Caribbean.
Pakistan’s route to the finals was nothing short of a miracle as they looked ‘dead and buried’ after losing their first two Super 12 matches to India and Zimbabwe. However, Netherlands’ defeat of South Africa and Pakistan’s victory over Bangladesh ensured Babar Assam’s entry into the semi-finals. In the last four, Pakistan defeated Kane Williamson’s New Zealand by 5 wickets to enter the final. Fans are now looking forward to a thrilling encounter between the two sides in a match that will seal the 2022 T20 World Cup 2022. Both Babar Azam and Jos Buttler now have their sights set on the ultimate goal.