Hasan hails Arthur for Pakistans victory against England

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Pakistan's Sarfaraz Ahmed and India's Virat Kohli during the press conference

The world's most unpredictable cricket team ended a run of 11 straight losses in one-day internationals by beating top-ranked England by 14 runs in a thriller at Trent Bridge today.

Root now expects England, the world's top-ranked ODI side, to bounce back strongly against Bangladesh in Cardiff on Saturday.

As recently as last month, the ICC was forced to make a statement to clear Liam Plunkett, the England bowler, of wrongdoing after an accusation of ball-tampering in a match against Pakistan.

But the target would have been the biggest run chase in the history of World Cup and despite centuries from Root and Buttler, the first of the tournament, they fell short.

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"The most important thing now for us as a group is not to panic", he told reporters.

"Since I came here in 2016 to this 2019 World Cup, it feels like our home because there is a lot of Pakistani community who always come and support us", he added.

They lost early wickets, however, on the way to 118 for four before Root (107) and Buttler (103) gave them hope with a partnership of 130.

The 28-year-old English cricketer Roy was fined for breaching the code of conduct as he used an audible obscenity at the time of Pakistan's innings. While Jason Roy was fined for using obscene language after mis-fielding in the 14 over of the match.

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Shortly after, Sarfaraz was given an extended lecture by the umpires, after which he made a point of getting the attention of each fielder, and raising his index finger to suggest the ball had to be returned with a maximum of just a single bounce.

Man-of-the-match Mohammad Hafeez, who top-scored for Pakistan with an 84 off 62 balls and also took the wicket of England captain Eoin Morgan, said Pakistan were desperate to turn things around.

Morgan said: "There were discussions throughout the whole of the two innings". "The umpires came to me, mid-innings, and seemed to think that we were throwing the ball in on the bounce too much, or it was being over-exaggerated". From June 19, 2017 to May 2, 2019, Pakistan have won 16 games in total and although the wins were predominantly against weaker teams, it does show a relatively recognisable pattern, which if we continue to follow, could lead to success against other teams as well. Jos was just intrigued to see the ball.

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