Electing to bat first, Pakistan set 198-run target for arch-rivals India in final of Blind Twenty20 World Cup on Sunday.
Its Pakistan versus India once again at the finals, and this time the stage is 2017 T20 World Cup for the Blind.
Led by Badar Munir (103 retd.) and Israr Hassan (143 n.o.), Pakistan posted 309 for one. The final will be held at M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore on Sunday. The duo played with authority and showcased their talent to outplay the English team.
In the second innings, England BCEW tried its best in the chase, but had little answer against Pakistan's strong bowling attack. Amir Ishfaq was only batsman who was run out on 26. Matthew James Page was their top scorer with 41 runs.
"India lost a league match against Pakistan, but, in the final, we are confident of beating them", said skipper Ajay Kumar Reddy.
Sri Lanka had been bowled out for 174 in 19.2 overs, with Ranbir Panwar and Sunil picking two wickets each for India.