ICC World Test Championship Scoreboard (Updated) Dec 20 after Pakistan vs England 2022 series
He completed a historic 3-0 victory over Pakistan in the three-match Test series taking place within the framework of the World Test Championship (WTC) 2021-2023. This is the first time an Asian team has been completely destroyed in a home test series.
Chasing 167 to complete the vindication, England needed just 55 runs on Day 4 of the Third Test at the National Stadium in Karachi on Tuesday (December 20). They ran home with ease, completing the necessary runs in 38 minutes. pencil Ben Duckett remains unbeaten 82 of 78, while captain Ben Stokes is undefeated 35 of 43.
Before that, the away team beat Babar Azam and co. up to 74 runs in Rawalpindi and up to 26 runs in Multan to win the Trials with a game in hand. Look at the update World Test Championship transcripts after the Pakistan-British Test series, Stokes and Co. ranked fifth with a score of 46.97.
England played 22 Tests during the ongoing WTC cycle, winning ten and losing eight, while only four were drawn. They won the most recent five Tests.
Meanwhile, Pakistan is falling to 7th place on the WTC table. They have only 56 points, won 4 and lost 6 out of 12 games, with 2 Tests ending in a draw. With a point percentage of 38.89, they did not contest a spot in the World Test Championship final.
Australia tops World Test Championship scoreboard
Australia led by Pat Cummins maintained its lead on the World Test Championship scoreboard. They have recorded nine wins, one loss and three draws in 13 Tests in the ongoing cycle.
With an impressive percentage score of 76.92, they are far ahead of the other teams. Australia beat South Africa by six goals in a much controversial two-day Test, which ended in Brisbane recently.
India ranks second in the WTC scorecard with 55.77 percentage points. They played 13 Tests, winning seven and losing four, while the two ended in a draw. India’s upcoming matches include a second Test against Bangladesh followed by four Home Tests against the Australians.
The Proteas, third with 54.55 percentage points, will face Australia in two more Tests in their ongoing Down Under series.