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- India lost to Pakistan for the first time in the World Cup
- Pakistan beat India by 10 wickets in T20 World Cup
- Virat Kohli scored a half century for India
After all, the losing streak of Pakistan to India in the World Cup was broken. India and Pakistan were face-to-face for the first time in the 1992 50-over World Cup. Since then, India had defeated Pakistan in a total of 12 times (7 times in 50 over World Cup and five times in 20 over World Cup) before Sunday’s match. But this trend was broken in the match held in Dubai on Sunday. With this, Virat Kohli became the first Indian captain to lose in the World Cup against Pakistan. Pakistan had a target of 152 to win which they easily defeated.
Poor performance of Indian batsmen
India suffered a crushing 10-wicket loss to Pakistan in the Super 12 of the ICC T20 World Cup here on Sunday due to poor performance by the batsmen and the bowlers failing to bowl according to the conditions. The victory campaign against the rival that had been going on for the last 29 years also came to an end.
29 year chain broken
India had won all the 12 matches (seven in ODIs and five in T20Is) in the World Cup (ODIs and T20s) after 1992, but first under Shaheen Shah Afridi (five for 31). His batsmen did not work in front of the bowlers and later the captain Babar Azam (68 not out off 52 balls, six fours, two sixes) and Mohammad Rizwan (78 not out off 55 balls, six fours three sixes) unbroken for the first wicket. Hundred partnership completed.
India scored 151 runs
India were 151 for seven but Pakistan started their World Cup campaign on a grand note after registering a one-sided victory at 152 for no loss in 17.5 overs. India lost the toss and at one point were struggling at 31 for three.
Kohli made half century
Virat Kohli (57 runs in 49 balls, five fours, one six) with Rishabh Pant (39 runs in 30 balls, two fours, two sixes) put on 53 runs in 40 balls for the fourth wicket to help India reach a respectable score. Was able to reach On the contrary, the Pakistani batsmen put pressure on the Indian bowlers from the very beginning.
bowling was also bad
Kohli’s bowlers to field decorations did not show that aggression, due to which he is counted among the successful captains of the world. Kohli, who has made up his mind to leave the T20 captaincy after the World Cup, will haunt him for years. Rizwan hit a four and a six in the first over of Bhuvneshwar. Kohli had to hand the ball to Varun Chakraborty in the powerplay itself. Pakistan scored 43 runs for no loss in the first six overs.
Babar-Rizwan showed power
Babar and Rizwan’s ‘footwork, placement and timing’ were very good, in front of which India’s fast bowlers and spinners did not work. Both of them put pressure on India by rotating the strike. Both India’s spinners conceded 61 runs in eight overs while the fast bowlers did not show sharpness. Babur soon returned to his aggressive complexion. He started with a six off Ravindra Jadeja and then hit two sixes in an over off Chakraborty. He also completed his half-century with the second six of these.
trouble with dew
The Indian spinners were finding it difficult to get hold of the ball due to the dew. Rizwan completed his half-century in 41 balls and soon he reached the level of his captain. After this, he took his team to the target in the 18th over by hitting six and two fours on Mohammed Shami.
poor start for india
Earlier, the start for India was not favorable in any way. Kohli lost the toss and India then lost both openers Rohit Sharma (nil) and KL Rahul (three) within 13 balls and six runs. Rohit’s weakness again came to the fore on the ball coming in with an angle in front of the left-arm fast bowler.
Afridi gave initial shocks
After Afridi got him out leg before in the first over, Rahul scattered the bails on the first ball of the next over. Suryakumar Yadav (11 off eight balls) was caught by Hasan Ali (2 for 44) behind the wicket at the hands of Rizwan, which took India to 36 for three after the powerplay.
Kohli kept fighting alone
Kohli’s six on Afridi’s ‘Cow Corner’ was visible, but after Suryakumar’s dismissal, he also had to play carefully. India crossed 50 runs in nine overs as Pant’s leg-spinner Shadab Khan was hit for a boundary at short fine leg.
In the 12th over of the innings on Hasan Ali, Pant hit sixes at square leg and long off with one hand in successive deliveries. But when he looked dangerous, he waved the ball in the air from Shadab Khan (1 for 22 runs) and handed him an easy catch. Due to this the run speed slowed down again.
Pakistan reined in
India reached triple digits in 15 overs. India scored 64 runs in the middle nine overs and lost the wicket of Pant. He added 51 runs for three wickets in the last five overs. Kohli made Pakistan half-century in 45 balls but Ravindra Jadeja (13 off 13 balls), who came to bat at number six, struggled. Kohli was dismissed in the 19th over and thus could not remain unbeaten in the fourth consecutive innings against Pakistan in the T20 World Cup. Hardik Pandya was also able to score 11 runs.
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