India beat Pakistan by a huge margin of 89 runs in the match, in Manchester. With this victory, India defeated Pakistan in the history of the World Cup for the seventh time. Whereas in the World Cup, Pakistan has never been able to beat India.
Earlier, Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed won the toss and invited India to bat first. Batting first, India lost the 50-over 5 wickets and scored a scoring 336 runs.
In this score of 336, Rohit Sharma scored 140 runs in 113 balls, making the highest score. During this, Rohit Sharma hit 14 fours and three sixes. Rohit Sharma was adjudged Man of the Match for this fantastic innings.
After Rohit Sharma's dismissal, captain Virat Kohli took over the Indian batting and took India's score over 300. Kohli completed the 51st half-century of his ODI career and scored 77 runs. While Lokesh Rahul batting in place of Shikhar Dhawan, he faced 78 balls and scored 57 runs.
For the first time in the World Cup, India needed to score 337 runs in 50 overs to taste defeat. But Pakistan lost the Imam-ul-Haq wicket by 13 runs. After this, Babar Azam and Fakhar Jaman shared a 104-run partnership for the second wicket and helped Pakistan score a score of 117.
Fakhar Zaman (62) and Babar Azam (48) added 48 runs. After 35 overs Pakistan scored 166/6. But again due to rain, Pakistan got a new target of 302 runs in 40 overs. Then Pakistan needed 136 runs in 30 balls. But Pakistan's team could only score 212/6 in 40.0 overs and the match was lost by 89 runs. India's Vijay Shankar, Hardik Pandya and Kuldeep Yadav took 2-2 wickets in their favour.
Pakistan to be ruled out of World Cup 2019
After the 89-run loss to India, the Pakistan team remained in ninth position in the five-match matches with 3 losses, one win and 3 points. Now Pakistan has 4 matches and the rest. In this situation, to make the place in top-4, Pakistan will not only need to win all four matches with big margins but also depend on the results of the other teams. At the same time, India has reached third place with 7 points after this victory.