Asia Cup matches have been close and exciting so far. Pakistan and Sri Lanka advanced to the finals after defeating India and Afghanistan. Pakistan will win the Asia Cup in 2022. After losing to India in their first Asia Cup 2022 game, they defeated India in the Super 4 stage, Hong Kong in the group stage, and Afghanistan in the semifinals before falling to Sri Lanka in the final. Babar Azam hasn’t been in great form lately, but it’ll only be a matter of time before he starts scoring again.
Asia Cup 2022 | SL vs PAK Final Match
The Asia Cup 2022 is a crucial qualifier for the T20I World Cup in 2022. Both sides hope to win this meaningless Super 4 match to enter the playoffs with confidence and momentum. Pakistan and Sri Lanka will meet in Dubai on September 9 and 11. Pakistan’s unpredictable nature aided them in winning last-over thrillers against India (5 wickets) and Afghanistan (1 wicket). After Mohammad Rizwan’s 26-ball 20-run stay, Iftikhar Ahmed (30 runs) and Shadab Khan (36 runs) aided Afghanistan. With one wicket remaining, Asif Ali (14) and Naseem Shah (12) scored 26 runs to win. Their bowlers held their opponents to 129/6 in their previous encounter.
Haris Rauf bagged four wickets for 4-0-26-2. In the final Asia Cup 2022 game, Naseem Shah, Shadab Khan, and Mohammad Nawaz each took a wicket. Fazalhaq Farooqi’s full tosses eliminated Afghanistan and India for sixes. Pakistan defeated Afghanistan by one wicket to get to the Asia Cup final against Sri Lanka in 2022. Afghanistan’s campaign, as well as India’s, came to an end.
After reducing Afghanistan to 129 for 6 after winning the toss, Pakistan expected an easy ride, but Afghanistan’s bowlers slowed the scoring rate. Mohammad Nawaz stunned India with the bat after assisting with the ball to give Pakistan a thrilling victory.
Pakistan sent India to bat a week after India’s thrilling group-stage chase and triumphed with one ball remaining. The chase was anchored by Mohammad Rizwan’s 71 off 51, but Mohammad Nawaz provided the impetus. After being promoted to No. 4, he smashed 42 off 20 balls to get Pakistan back on track after Virat Kohli’s 44-ball 60 fell short.