Pakistan has reached the T20 World Cup final against England after overcoming a sluggish start in the tournament.
Why it matters
The T20 World Cup final between Pakistan and England is significant as it will determine the champion of the tournament and showcase the skills of both teams.
What the papers say
The Independent describes Pakistan's journey in the tournament, highlighting their defeats to India and Zimbabwe but also their comeback with wins against New Zealand and Bangladesh. Al Jazeera provides information about the final match, including the venue and start time. Gulf News and Al Jazeera both draw comparisons between Pakistan's current run and their victory in the 1992 World Cup, led by Imran Khan.
How we got here
Pakistan started the T20 World Cup with defeats to India and Zimbabwe but bounced back with wins against New Zealand and Bangladesh to secure a spot in the final.
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