England registered a thumping 114-run win over Pakistan in their last league match in the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup on Tuesday. With this win, the England team has reached first place in Group B and will face South Africa in the semi-finals on Thursday. England stunned Pakistan in this match. England, batting first, scored 213 runs in front of Pakistan losing 5 wickets in 20 overs, which is the biggest total in the history of the T20 World Cup.
This is the first time in the Women’s T20 World Cup when a team crossed the 200-run mark. England then beat Pakistan by 114 runs, the biggest win in T20 World Cup history.
England made two big records in its name
For the first time, the England team touched the figure of 200 in the T20 World Cup and also made a record. England scored the biggest score in the history of the Women’s T20 World Cup. England scored 213 runs losing 5 wickets. Earlier this record was in the name of South Africa, who had scored 195 runs against Thailand in 2020 losing 3 wickets. India is at number three in this list. The team scored 194 runs for the loss of 5 wickets against New Zealand in 2018, which is the third-highest total in T20 World Cup history.
Biggest win in Women’s T20 World Cup:
England defeated Pakistan by 114 runs in the last league match and got their name registered in the golden pages of history. In fact, this is the biggest win of any team in terms of runs in the Women’s T20 World Cup. Earlier, South Africa defeated Thailand by 113 runs in 2020. New Zealand is at number three in this list, who defeated Sri Lanka by 102 runs in 2023.
Pakistan’s chase of a big target set by England got off to a lackluster start as their first wicket fell on the second ball of the innings. After this, the wickets of the team kept falling at regular intervals and in the 10th over itself, half of the Pakistan team returned to the pavilion to see the spectacle of their defeat after adding 39 runs. After Fatima Sana (16), Tuba Hasan (28) faced the attack for some time but by then the match was far out of Pakistan’s hands.