India defeated Pakistan by 124 runs in ICC Champions Trophy


Indian team beat Pakistan by 124 runs (D/L method) in the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 Group B matches that took place at Edgbaston in Birmingham on Sunday. Indian players including captain Virat Kohli, Yuvraj Singh, Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma showcased outstanding match in the game. All of them scored half-centuries to help India to make score of 319/3 in 48 overs due to heavy rain.

Pakistan team couldn’t able to match the score due to bad batting skills. The score of team was reduced to 289 off 41 overs as per Duckworth–Lewis due to heavy rain in England. Despite of the great efforts, Pakistan team made only 164 runs against India in ICC Champions trophy match.

After India had been made a request to bat, Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan included 136 runs and he keeps running for the main wicket, before Yuvraj Singh and Virat Kohli clubbed Pakistan around in exciting style. Hardik Pandya then exacted more torment at the nearby as India made a huge 319 for three in 48 overs, the innings abbreviated after two rain intrusions.

Pakistan’s objective, changed in accordance with 324, was additionally reexamined to 289 in 41 overs taking after more showers. It was not well before Bhuvneshwar Kumar hit with the new ball, catching Ahmed Shehzad in front. Umesh Yadav then had Babar Azam – maybe the resistance’s most skilled batsman – discovered at point drifting erratically.

And afterward Ravindra Jadeja – serenaded by serenades of ‘Go, Ravi Jadeja’ from the Eric Hollies Stand – ventured forward. He expelled Azhar Ali, who had arranged a calm fifty, preceding delivering a snapshot of brightness in the field. Shoaib Malik, who had recently struck a flawless six, drove Yadav into the offside and embarked for a solitary. Jadeja sprinted to one side, lifted the bunch together, and hit the stumps with a splendid toss even as he recaptured his adjust. Malik had pivoted yet it was past the point of no return. The end was very quick for Pakistan, which lost its last six wickets for 50 runs. Kohli’s men were messy in the field, however it didn’t come to make a difference.

In the morning, India started in careful form against Mohammad Amir, yet relentlessly raised the rhythm after the main rain soften up the tenth over. This was Rohit’s first round of global cricket since October, and in spite of the fact that this 71-ball half-century was not his most familiar exertion, it helped establish a solid framework. At the flip side, Dhawan hustled to his fifty, cutting and driving Riaz for a cap trap of fours. India appeared to take a specific getting a kick out of the chance to one side armer, who might in the long run complete with figures of 0 for 87 from 8.4 overs before limping off harmed. He later would not turn out to bat, having bent his lower leg.

Dhawan succumbed to 68, selecting dairy animals corner off a full hurl from Shadab. Rohit was run out nine shy of a hundred, his bat noticeable all around as he attempted to go too far.

That conveyed Yuvraj to the wrinkle. What’s more, he tore Pakistan to shreds, hitting the ball without breaking a sweat. He offered the defenders one possibility on eight, yet was dropped at long off by Hasan Ali. Yuvraj was on eight then and the association for the third wicket worth just 13. The left-hander would complete with 53 off 32, having included 93 off 58 in Kohli’s organization. Amir was pulled easily to the limit and Hasan Ali propelled over square leg. At the point when a top-edge traveled to the limit through fine-leg, it raised Yuvraj’s fifty, off just 29 balls.

Kohli, who had been slower in correlation, then detonated to life. He was dropped on 43 by the substitute Fahim Ashraf and after that pummeled Riaz, taking 15 keeps running off the 46th over. Hasan Ali was rebuffed next, driven through additional cover and magnificently sent cruising over the ropes in a similar range. This was Kohli in full, elating stream. He completed unbeaten on 81, having scored 37 off his last 12 balls. Pandya, advanced up the request, touched base at Yuvraj’s exit to bash three successive sixes in Imad Wasim’s last over. India had included 72 keeps running off the last four overs, taking off past 300 and thumping the stuffing out of Pakistan.