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Salt thanks England teammates, management for backing him

Updated on: 02 October,2022 05:56 PM IST  |  Lahore
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After scoring 59 runs in five innings on tour, Salt reached his half-century off only 19 balls, the third fastest 50 by an England batter in T20Is and brought up the 50 of the opening stand with Alex Hales in just the first three overs of the chase, making the result a foregone conclusion

Salt thanks England teammates, management for backing him

Phil Salt during his 88 not out off 41 balls v Pakistan on Friday


England batter Phil Salt has praised his teammates and management for their backing of him and giving him the needed clarity after his blistering 88 not out off just 41 balls helped the visitors chase down 170 against Pakistan in the sixth T20I.


“It’s nice timing to do it when the series is in the balance so I’m very happy with the knock. I’m very grateful for the backing that I’ve got from my teammates and the management. It’s very clear the way they want me to play. Definitely [my best T20I knock],” said Salt after the match ended.



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After scoring 59 runs in five innings on tour, Salt reached his half-century off only 19 balls, the third fastest 50 by an England batter in T20Is and brought up the 50 of the opening stand with Alex Hales in just the first three overs of the chase, making the result a foregone conclusion.

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