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England's rampant batsmen again make the impossible look inevitable
It was the ease with which England won that was most impressive. And, perhaps, most daunting for their opponents.Pakistan had just posted the eighth highest total in their ODI history, after all. And England were without their best white-ball batsman.Yet, seemingly without breaking a sweat, they recorded the 11th highest second-innings score in ODI history and the equal fifth highest successful chase with 31 deliveries left unused. Only once - in February, when they scored 364 for 4 against West Indies in Barbados - have they successfully chased more. And it looked inevitable within a few minutes of their chase starting.
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England's rampant batsmen again make the impossible look inevitable
It was the ease with which England won that was most impressive. And, perhaps, most daunting for their opponents.Pakistan had just posted the eighth highest total in their ODI history, after all. And England were without their best white-ball batsman.Yet, seemingly without br...
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