145/10 (19)
139/7 (20)
PAK won by 6 runs.
Player of the match: Mohammad Rizwan
So that's all from the duo of Pradeep and Abhishek for the 5th T20I between Pakistan and England. Hope your day went smooth. Till then, goodbye and take care. 
Babar Azam (Captain, Pakistan): It was nice to see Shadab's performances especially after his injury. Rizwan built the innings really well. Aamer Jamal was confident he could bowl in the final over, so I trusted him. Taking wickets in middle overs is crucial in T20 and Shadab did that for us. That was important. 
Moeen Ali (Captain, England): First of all another good game, obviously disappointed, we're a better than that, we got strangled by the spinners, we got a bit of a partnership at the end, got close. The ball was wet due to the rain, it was difficult for the bowlers to grip. Amazing to see Wood, on a slower wicket, he's taking wickets, he's massive for us and to bowl at the right time is important, he takes big wickets and he's been awesome so far for us.
Mohammad Rizwan has been adjudged the Player of the Match! Here's what he has to say: (About the ball hitting him on his back) It's not a big deal, was a bit of swelling, physio said will ice it and hopefully it's better in the next game. Difficult for all the teams, whether you're a number 1 team or number 7, if you lose early wickets, pressure will be on the upcoming batters, we wanted to keep going, we didn't know what was a good score, may be 160, the wicket was a bit tricky. There was a lot of runs on this wicket, we could've gone to 165 and with the bowling we possesed, the pitch was a difficult and had to bowl well on this.
Pakistan win by 6 runs!

Pakistan take the lead in the seven match T20I series as England fall short by 6 runs in the end. A wicket in the first over spelled doom for England and they kept on tumbling as by the end of the powerplay, three of their batters were sent back to the hut. The away side messed up their chase as the trio of spinners - Mohammad Nawaz, Iftikhar Ahmed, and Shadab Khan - restricted the flow of runs. 

The required run rate climbed to as high as 10 at the end of the 12th over as Moeen Ali had a lot riding on his shoulders. Babar Azam handed the ball to debutant Aamer Jamal to bowl the 15th over and he conceded only five runs. He was preserved for the final over where he conceded only nine runs, that included three dots. 

Moeen Ali's half-century went in vain and so did Dawid Malan's 36 off 35 deliveries. The openers Phil Salt and Alex Hales couldn't breach the double-digit mark and the middle order was not able to support the team as well. 

While trying their best to bat all the 20 overs, England lost track of the run rate. Fielding tightly in the deep, Pakistan didn't allow England any momentum and backed by a sold-out crowd, they closed down the game without feeling the pressure. Don't go anywhere as we will be back with presentations soon. 
140 /7 score
cricket bat icon Moeen Ali
51 (37)
cricket bat icon David Willey *
1 (1)
cricket ball icon Aamer Jamal
1 /14
19.6 Aamer Jamal to David Willey, doesn't connect, Jamal holds his nerve and that too on a debut. Pakistan go 3-2 in the series. Length delivery on the middle and leg, Willey chips it down to long-on for just one. England don't bother running that one actually. 
19.5 Aamer Jamal to Moeen Ali, another brilliant yorker on the outside off, Moeen moves across and drilled it straight to extra-cover for just one. Willey needs to connect big, 7 needed off the last delivery!
19.4 Aamer Jamal to Moeen Ali, nails the yorker this time on the outside off, Moeen reaches and digs it out, it's another DOT BALL!
19.3 Aamer Jamal to Moeen Ali, SIX! BAM! That is out of the park and it's stun silence in the ground. Backs himself to go big and he gets hold of that. Back of a length on the off-stump, Moeen clears his front foot and DEPOSITS way over deep mid-wicket fence for a humongous maximum.
19.3 Aamer Jamal to Moeen Ali, WIDE! Yorker but goes way outside the off-stump, called a wide.
Moeen denies David Willey the strike. 
19.2 Aamer Jamal to Moeen Ali, yorker length on the wide of off-stump, Moeen moves across and only manages to squeeze it down to long-off. Moeen declines the single, says, I'll do it!
19.1 Aamer Jamal to Moeen Ali, OH! Searching for a wide yorker, comes out as a low full toss, Moeen reaches and drags it back on to his pad. DOT BALL more importantly!
Moeen Ali stops Chris Woakes from crossing over as that allows him to be on strike for the final over. 15 needed off the last six deliveries and a debutant with the ball. We have a game in our hand. 
131 /7 score
cricket bat icon Moeen Ali
44 (32)
cricket bat icon Chris Woakes *
9 (12)
cricket ball icon Haris Rauf
2 /41
18.6 Haris Rauf to Chris Woakes, OUT! UP IN THE AIR AND TAKEN! Change of pace doing the trick for Rauf. Woakes too early into the shot, heaves it but miscued it completely and long-on fielder settles under it to take a good catch.

Chris Woakes c Iftikhar Ahmed b Haris Rauf 10 (12b, 1x4s, 0x6s) 
18.5 Haris Rauf to Chris Woakes, FOUR! Stunning hit from Woakes, much needed boundary. Length delivery on the stumps, Woakes backs away and smacks it well over mid-off, goes one ounce into the fence for a boundary.
18.4 Haris Rauf to Moeen Ali, clever change of pace, angles the length delivery into Moeen, who looks to flick it but misses, raps on the pad and they sneak in a leg-bye.
18.3 Haris Rauf to Moeen Ali, back of a length on the outside off, Moeen cracks it through the covers, sweeper cuts it off with a dive as they scamper through for a brace.