Pakistan Creates History By Beating India In World Cup | Ind Vs Pak

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Pakistan created history in Dubai in t20 world cup 2021, by beating India first time in a world cup match ever. In t20 world cup 2021, played yesterday ie 24th October 2021, Pakistan beat India convincingly in a one sided match.

After winning the toss Pakistan captain Babar Azam chose to bowl first, this proved to be the very crucial decision by the Pakistani captain.

They invited India to bat first restricted the host at a low total that they chased in 18th over without a loss of wicket.

From Indian side Virat Kohli remained the highest scorer with a total of 57(49). followed by Rishab Pant 39(30) then Ravindra Jadeja 13(13). India lost its both the openers in early overs to Shaheen Afridi, who remained the most successful bowler from Pakistan with 3/31, taking wicket of Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul and Virat Kholi.

In 20 overs India made 151 for 7 wickets, giving a target of 152 to Pakistan, Pakistan achieved this target in 18 overs without losing a single wicket. Mohammad Rizwan scored not out 79(55) and Babar Azam scored not out 68(52).

India Vs Pakistan, t20 world cup super 12 man of the match.

For taking crucial wicket in early stages and then removing a set batter which is Virat Kohli, Shaheen Afridi declared as the man of the match with 3/31 in his 4 overs.

Pakistan End The Winning Streak Of India In World Cup

Before the India had never lost a single game to Pakistan in world cup, this was the first time that Pakistan managed to beat India In any world cup event.

Upcoming Matches Of India

India will take on New Zealand on Sun, 31st Oct 7:30pm

Then India will play Afghanistan on Wed, 3rd Nov, 7:30pm

Upcoming Matches Of Pakistan

Pakistan will take on New Zealand on Tue, 26th Oct, 7:30pm

Then Pakistan will play Afghanistan on Fri, 29th Oct, 7:30pm

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