Photo Gallery: ICC World Cup 2019, England vs Pakistan

Zee Media Bureau | Jun 04, 2019, 00:54 AM IST

Hosts and top-ranked England, who defeated South Africa by 104 runs in their opening clash of the 2019 International Cricket Council (ICC) World Cup, will look to continue their winning momentum when they take on a bruised Pakistan side in their second clash of the quadrennial event at Trent Bridge, Nottingham on Monday. 


England skipper Eoin Morgan won the toss and opted to bowl first in their second clash of the 2019 ICC World Cup against Sarfraz Ahmed-led Pakistan at Trent Bridge in Nottingham on Monday. The hosts have made just one change in their Playing XI. Mark Wood has been brought in place of Liam Plunkett while Pakistan have called up Asif Ali and Shoaib Malik. (Photo Credits: Twitter/@ICC)



Here are the playing XI of England vs Pakistan World Cup 2019 clash.


Pakistan have opened their innings on a positive note. Openers Fakhar Zaman and Imam-ul-Haq have guided the Sarfaraz Ahmed-led side to 69/0 in 10 overs.


Pakistani fans cheer for their team at the Pakistan vs England World Cup clash 2019 being held at Trent Bridge, Nottingham.


Moeen Ali breaks the 82-run opening partnership between Fakhar Zaman and Imam-Ul-Haq. Zaman was caught by Jos Buttler behind the wicket on the first delivery of the 15th over.    


Pakistan opener Fakhar Zaman (36) was caught by England wicketkeeper-batsman Jos Buttler behind the stumps on the first delivery of the 15th over.


Chris Woakes celebrates after taking a superb catch in the deep off a Moeen Ali delivery as Imam-ul-Haq falls six runs short of a half-century.


Moeen Ali celebrates after bagging his third wicket of the match. The spinner took the crucial wicket of Babar Azam (63). 


A combined batting effort from Pakistan guided them to their second-highest total in the ICC World Cup of 348/8. 


England batsman Joe Root celebrates after scoring the first century of the 2019 ICC World Cup. He finished with 107 runs off 104 balls. 


Jos Buttler celebrates after scoring a blistering knock of 103 runs. His century off just 75 balls is by far England's fastest World Cup ton. 


Pakistan beat England by 14 runs in their second ICC World Cup 2019 clash to end their 11-match losing streak in ODIs. 

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