MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) – Captain Eoin Morgan belted a blistering half-century as England chased down a report goal at Outdated Trafford to beat Pakistan by 5 wickets within the second Twenty20 worldwide on Sunday. Cricket – Second T20 Worldwide – England v Pakistan – Emirates Outdated Trafford, Manchester, Britain – August 30, 2020 England’s Eoin Morgan in motion Mike Hewitt/Pool through REUTERSPakistan posted 195 for 4 of their 20 overs on a flat wicket, however the house aspect accomplished their victory with 5 balls to spare and a take 1-Zero lead within the three-match sequence. Morgan blasted 66 from 33 balls to safe the win in what’s the highest chase in any type of 20-over cricket at Outdated Trafford. Jonny Bairstow (44 from 24 balls) and Tom Banton (20 from 16 balls) acquired their aspect off to a quick begin with a gap stand of 66 in 38 deliveries, however after they fell in consecutive balls to spinner Shadab Khan (3-34), the house aspect appeared to wobble. However Morgan and Dawid Malan (54 not out in 36 balls) led the counter-attack and accelerated as their third-wicket partnership grew, ending with 112 in 62 balls earlier than the skipper was caught within the deep with the aspect nonetheless needing 18 runs to win. Pakistan additionally acquired their runs on the prime of the order as opener Babar Azam smashed 56 from 44 balls in a gap stand of 72 with Fakhar Zaman (36 from 22 balls). Quantity three Mohammad Hafeez carried on that momentum with a blistering assault on the house bowlers, who struggled to seek out the fitting size and too usually dropped too quick, exposing the sq. boundaries. Hafeez struck 4 sixes in his 69 from 36 balls earlier than providing a easy catch to Morgan at cowl. The choose of the England bowlers was leg-spinner Adil Rashid, who recorded figures of 2-32 as he picked up the wickets of each openers. The third and closing match within the sequence will likely be on the similar venue on Tuesday. The primary match was deserted because of rain. Reporting by Nick Stated, modifying by Pritha SarkarOur Requirements:The Thomson Reuters Belief Ideas.