Chris Woakes turned into the primary England cricketer to take four gets in a World Cup experience when he accomplished the accomplishment amid the ICC World Cup 2019 experience against Pakistan in Nottingham on Monday. 

He took the gets of Pakistan's main 4 scorers - Mohammad Hafeez(84), Babar Azam (63), Sarfaraz Ahmed(55) and Imam-ul-Haq (44) - so as to add this great honor to his name. 

By and large, he is the fourth cricketer to do this after India's Mohammad Kaif, Bangladesh's Soumya Sarkar and Pakistan's Umar Akmal. 

Prior, Hafeez passed up turning into the principal century-creator of the World Cup however an endlessly improved batting show from Pakistan saw them make 348 for eight against England. 

Hafeez benefited as much as possible from a respite when Jason Roy amazed a normal possibility at mid-off after a skied drive off Adil Rashid, with the batsman on 14. 

With Babar Azam (63) and Pakistan skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed (55) likewise making fifties, this was a noteworthy turnaround from a Pakistan side who fallen to 105 hard and fast in a seven-wicket rout by the West Indies in their World Cup opener at a similar ground on Friday. 

Off-spinner Moeen Ali took the initial three wickets Monday on his approach to figures of three for 50. 

On the other hand, quick bowler Jofra Archer's 10 wicketless overs cost 79 runs while Woakes took a costly three for 71 out of eight overs.

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