LAHORE -- Amy Jones' career-best score of 89 and Danni Wyatt's 55 set an 84-run win for England Women over Pakistan Women in the second T2oI at Kuala Lumpur's Kinrara Oval on Thursday.
According to the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) spokesman here on Thursday, after the second T20 victory, England went 2-0 up in the three-match series. The Heather Knight-led side scored an imposing 185 for five after winning the toss thanks to a profound 120-run opening stand by Jones and Wyatt, who was playing her 100th T20. Pakistan's left-arm spinner Anam Amin provided the hosts a breakthrough on the second ball of the 12th over with the wicket of Wyatt, who hit eight fours and two sixes in her 36-ball stay at the crease.
Danni Wyatt said: 'I'm really happy to have made 100 caps. There have been a lot of highs and lows along the way but I've enjoyed the journey, and it means a lot to get here. 'It's great batting with Amy and we were happy to get us off to a good start. We'd have liked one of us to go on and get a hundred but it was a decent total. 'It's tricky with the ball when the chase begins to be unlikely, but the bowlers stayed really disciplined and kept their standards high.'
Jones, coming into the match at the back of a 53 in the last game, kept the scoreboard ticking at a rapid rate, smashing 11 fours and three sixes, before her dismissal on the penultimate ball of the 17th over. The wicketkeeper-batter stayed on the crease for 52 balls. For her towering batting effort, Jones bagged her second consecutive player...