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T20 World Cup: USA beat Pakistan in historic triumph after thrilling Super Over win

The USA caused a huge, historic shock in the T20 World Cup with a thrilling Super Over win over Pakistan in Texas.

The game went to the extra over after both sides made 159 in their 20 overs at Grand Prairie Stadium, with tournament co-hosts and debutants USA scoring 14 in the final over to tie Pakistan's total.

Batting first in the Super Over, the USA then ramped up the pressure on their opponents by making 18 for one, with Aaron Jones on 11 before being run out and seven runs coming via extras.

Iftikhar Ahmed then took Pakistan to five for none off three balls before he was brilliantly caught by Nitish Kumar close to the boundary and USA bowler Saurabh Netravalkar restricted them to 13 for one.

Having already beaten Canada in their opener last Sunday by seven wickets, Group A leaders USA now have a great chance of making the Super 8s round. The top two from the four groups progress to the last eight of the tournament.

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USA captain Monank Patel, who won the official player of the match award, described the result as a "big achievement"

"Beating Pakistan, and playing for the first time, the way we played today I'm really proud of the boys," he said.

"It was a complete team effort from first ball until the last ball. Winning the toss, we made sure that we utilized the conditions and credit to the bowlers.

"They kept them under 160 and we knew that 160 was chaseable target."

Pakistan captain Babar Azam bemoaned his side's batting performance.