PAK vs ENG 2nd T20 Live Score Updates: Babar, Rizwan demolish England as Pakistan win by 10 wickets, level series at 1-1

English vs. Pakistan Second T20 Live Scorecard: As England's innings came to an end at 199/5, skipper Moeen Ali shone with a thunderous 55. Other batsmen who scored runs and kept Pakistan alert included Benm Duckett and Harry Brook. Shahnawaz Dahani and Haris Rauf, who each took two wickets, were the best bowlers.

In the first T20I, Moeen Ali won the toss and chose to bowl against Pakistan in Karachi on Thursday. Both teams made a single change, with Richard Gleeson being replaced by Liam Dawson for the Three Lions and Mohammad Hasnain replacing Naseem Shah for Pakistan.

Pakistan (Playing XI): Mohammad Rizwan(w), Babar Azam(c), Haider Ali, Shan Masood, Iftikhar Ahmed, Khushdil Shah, Mohammad Nawaz, Usman Qadir, Haris Rauf, Mohammad Hasnain, Shahnawaz Dahani

England (Playing XI): Philip Salt(w), Alex Hales, Dawid Malan, Ben Duckett, Harry Brook, Moeen Ali(c), Sam Curran, David Willey, Luke Wood, Liam Dawson, Adil Rashid

Pakistan win by 10 wickets!

It's all done now. Tonight in Karachi, we witnessed something truly exceptional as Pakistan successfully chased down 200 without losing a single wicket. Before giving his dear friend Babar a strong hug, Rizwan turns to face the sky. What a scene it seems to be as the spectators take it all in beside their heroes in the midst.

Century for Babar!

Pakistan is 180-0 after 18 overs (Rizwan 78, Babar 100) As a result of Curran's effective cutters today, he only allows a few singles from his first four before Babar taps away for one to reach an incredible hundred.

A really tough outing for England’s bowlers

Sam Curran and Liam Dawson, who unfortunately had Rizwan drop off his bowling, were economical, but there was plenty of punishment elsewhere. However, there are still five more games in this series for them to resolve the issue. Additionally, Mark Wood, Chris Woakes, and Reece Topley still have a role to play, particularly in the Powerplay where they have yet to record a wicket in this series.

That was Babar Azam’s 26th international hundred. He’s got seven in Tests, 17 in ODIs, and two in T20Is. He’s 27 years old.