Bad news for the fans waiting for the India-Pakistan match, there will be no great match between these two teams.


In the world of cricket, there is no bigger competition than India and Pakistan. The entire cricket world keeps an eye on this match. Both countries do not play in bilateral series due to political reasons but do play against each other in the World Cup and Asia Cup. These two teams could clash once again on Sunday, 17th December. This could have been a great match and the fans were also expecting this. But the fans were disappointed. Currently, Under-19 Asia Cup is being played in Dubai in which there could have been a title match between India and Pakistan but both these teams did not reach the final.

Eight-time champion India was defeated by Bangladesh by four wickets in the second semi-final. At the same time, Pakistan's troubles became worse. This team was given an unforgettable defeat by a team like UAE in the first semi-final. UAE defeated Pakistan by 11 runs and made it to the final where it will face Bangladesh. If both India and Pakistan had won their respective matches, then these two teams would have clashed in the final.

The Indian batsmen who had established their dominance till now failed in the semi-finals. Team India could not make any big score. Batting first, this team collapsed for just 188 runs. Murugan Abhishek scored the maximum 62 runs for the team. He faced 74 balls in this inning and hit six fours and two sixes. Sarfaraz Khan's brother Musheer Khan also contributed 50 runs. Facing 61 balls, he hit three fours. 

It was only based on the innings of these two that the team could cross 150. Team India's bowlers tried hard but failed. Bangladesh achieved this target by losing six wickets. Ariful Islam scored 94 runs in 90 balls with the help of nine fours and four sixes. Ahrar Amin played an important role in the team's victory by playing an inning of 44 runs.

At the same time, UAE bowlers also broke the back of Pakistan batsmen. Pakistan's bowlers did their job well and bundled out UAE for 193 runs. This target was easy for Pakistan but the entire team collapsed for just 182 runs in the first three balls. Captain Saad Baig put up some fight and scored 50 runs in 52 balls, but could not lead the team to victory. Apart from Saad, Ajan Awes scored 41 runs on 71 balls. But as soon as both of them were out, Pakistan's batsmen returned to the pavilion one by one. For UAE, Ayman Ahmed and Hardik Pai took two wickets each. Omid Rahman, Dhruv Parashar and Ammar Badami got one wicket each.