After an astonishing finish to the world cup, England have brought the cup home from Australia after beating Pakistan in the ICC T20 world cup. The twenty over team took victory in 2022 and end this year's season on a high.


The captain Jos Buttler led England to victory in 2022. With this year's world cup exceeding the digital engagement, millions of viewers were able to witness England's triumph in Melbourne. Pakistan were chased down as they set 137 runs in their innings. The main man Ben stokes delivered a superb knock against Pakistan, scoring his first 50 in international T20 cricket. Both Stokes and Buttler held great composure in their batting to reach redemption in 2022 after their loss in 2016. With the help of Sam Curran's 3 wickets, England managed to limit the score of Pakistan in the first innings and with fierce aggression they chased them down with 6 balls remaining.


The MCG hosted the most digitally engaged ICC event ever, where millions of people around the world could sign in to watch. A massive 6.58 billion video views on all ICC platforms made this years world cup even more incredible. Although it wasn't their day, Pakistan put up a great fight against England. Masood and Azam put up a fight on the batting as well as Afridi and Haris Rauf taking wickets for the team. But they were no match for the mighty England. A score of 137 put immense pressure on the bowling of Pakistan. Unfortunately for them, the power of England's batting side snatched the cup away from Pakistan.


England finish 2022 with a victory and claim the T20 and ODI cups, becoming the first men's team in history to have done so. This world cup has been one of the biggest events for the ICC due to its exponential increase in digital viewing. Now, England return home from down under with valour bringing home the ICC men's T20 World cup.