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India’s Record win over Pakistan, seventh times victory since 1992

India vs Pakistan World Cup 2019
                              India vs Pakistan World Cup 2019
‘Virat’s sepoys’ defeated Pakistan for the seventh time

India beat Pakistan by 89 runs in the ICC World Cup 2019. The decision was made on the basis of the Duckworth-Lewis rule. This is also the biggest victory of India over Pakistan in the World Cup. This is the seventh consecutive victory against Pakistan in India’s World Cup.  It is India’s Record win over Pakistan, seventh times victory since 1992.

In 1992, the two teams met each other for the first time battle and since then the Pakistani team has not won any match against India. India scored a mammoth 336 runs in the first innings at the Old Trafford ground in Manchester.

Pakistan’s Answer Against India’s Bowlers

In reply, the Pakistani team could have scored 212 runs in 6 overs in 40 overs between the rain disruption. After the third rain, Pakistan had the goal of making 302 runs in 40 overs.

Rain disrupted the match three times. First-time rain came in the 47th over during the Indian inning, followed by a brief hurdle just before the second Pakistani inning began. Pakistan got a revised target after the third rain.

Until the game was stopped for the third time, Pakistan scored 166 runs for six wickets in 35 overs. This win has brought the Indian team to third place in the final table. India has been seven points from four matches, while Pakistan has only three points from five matches and it has slipped to ninth place.

Fakhar Zaman scored the highest scorer (62) for Pakistan. He hit 7 fours and 1 sixes in his 75-ball inning. Pakistan’s start was poor and their first wicket fell quickly as Imam-ul-Haq (7). After that, Fakhar Zaman teamed up with Babar Azam (48) for 104 runs for the second wicket.

After the break in the 24th over of this partnership, the Pakistani team faltered and could not recover. Sarfaraz Ahmed (12), Shoaib Malik (0) and Mohammad Hafeez scored only nine runs. However, Imad Wasim (46 not out) and Shadab Khan (unbeaten 20) did a little fight in the end. Both of them shared an unbroken partnership of 47 runs for the seventh wicket. For India Vijay Shankar, Hardik Pandya and Kuldeep Yadav took two wickets each.

Earlier, India lost five wickets in the 50 overs in which they scored a score of 336 runs. Rohit Sharma (140) made the most runs for India. He hit 14 boundaries and three sixes in his 113-ball knock. Apart from Rohit, Virat Kohli (77), Lokesh Rahul (57), Hardik Pandya (26) and Mahendra Singh Dhoni contributed 1 run. Vijay Shankar 15 and Kedar Jadhav remained unbeaten on 9 runs. Mohammad Amir from Pakistan side got three wickets while Hasan Ali and Wahab Riaz picked up one wicket each. Overall It is India’s Record win over Pakistan, seventh times victory since 1992.

India’s Strong Debut

After losing the toss, batting first, the Indian team made a strong start. Lokesh Rahul and Rohit Sharma, who started the innings, started the partnership with 136 runs for the first wicket. Both batsmen left no shortage to beat Pakistani bowlers.

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YUVI RETIRES: Memorable 5 Matches Of Yuvraj Singh Career, He Mentioned In His Retirement Speech

Yuvraj Singh Announces Retirement from International Cricket; Thanks Sourav Ganguly-Sachin Tendulkar

For the last 19 years, star cricket Yuvraj Singh, who ruled the hearts of Indian fans, announced his retirement from cricket. He announced his retirement by making a press conference at a Mumbai hotel. Meanwhile, He also read a speech. In the Retirement Speech, he also spoke about the five most memorable matches of his 19-years cricket career.

In which he first mentioned the NatWest Series final played in England’s historic Lord’s Ground in 2002. In this match, Yuvraj Singh and Mohammad Kaif had successfully chased down the target of 325 by playing half-century innings and gave India the title win.

On the second spot, Yuvraj Singh mentioned the Test match played against Pakistan in Lahore in 2004. In which he scored his first Test century. Then, he kept England 2007 Test series in the third.

In the memories of Yuvraj, the match played against England in the 2007 T20 World Cup comes in fourth place. In this match, he hit six sixes in one over of Stuart Broad. In the match, he had completed half-century in just 12 balls and scored 58 runs in 16 balls.

Then comes the fifth position in the 2011 ICC World Cup final, in which India defeated Sri Lanka by 6 wickets and won the distinction of being the world champion for the second time since 1983.

Sachin On Yuvraj Retirement

After retiring, Yuvraj answered several questions at the press conference. He said that during the IPL, he was talking to Sachin on retirement. he said, ‘Sachin had told me that you have to decide when to end your cricket journey, nobody can take this decision better than you. ‘

These Are Some Special Data Of YUVI

1st ODI – 3 October 2000 (Kenya)

1st Test Match – October 2003 (New Zealand)

First international T20 match – September 2007 (South Africa)

ODI cricket – 304 matches, 8701 runs, 14 centuries, 52 half-centuries, best innings 150 runs

Test cricket – 40 matches, 1900 runs, 3 centuries, 11 half-centuries, best innings 169 runs

T20 Cricket – 58 matches, 1177 runs, 8 half centuries, Best innings not out 77

T20 World Cup 2007 – Man of the Tournament

ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 – Man of the Tournament

Sri Lanka Defeats Afghanistan In Low Scoring Match

Sri Lanka defeated Afghanistan in the ICC World Cup in 2019 on Tuesday to open their account of victory. Sri Lanka defeated Afghanistan by 34 runs in the match played at Cardiff’s Sofia Gardens Stadium. Sri Lanka suffered a 10-wicket defeat against New Zealand in their first match, but this was Afghanistan’s second consecutive defeat.

In the rain-affected match, the Afghan bowlers all out Sri Lanka for 201 in 36.5 overs. When Sri Lanka made 182 on 8 wickets in 33 overs, it was raining. That’s why the match was over for 41 overs and Afghanistan got the target of 187 runs to win the Duckworth-Lewis rule.

2nd Innings:-

However, the Afghan’s batsmen could not show the stiffness to Sri Lankan bowlers and the team was all-out by making 152 runs in 32.4 overs.

For Afghanistan, Najibullah Jadran (43) scored most runs. He hit six fours in his 56-ball knock. The Afghan team’s precarious condition can be judged by the fact that its six batsmen could not even touch the tenth figure.

Apart from Najibullah, Hajratullah Jajai (30), Gulbadin Naib (23), Mohammad Nabi scored 11 runs. Nuwan Pradeep took four wickets for Sri Lanka. Lasith Malinga took three wickets, Isuru Udana and Thisara Perera got a one-one wicket.

Earlier, the Sri Lankan team could not score a big score after the start of the match. The more runs scored by Sri Lanka, Kareena Perera (78) scored. He scored 8 boundaries in his 81-ball innings. Mohammad Nabi got four wickets for Afghanistan, Rashid Khan and Dawlat Zadran two and two while Hamid Hassan took one wicket.

Nabi took three wickets in an over

Afghani spinner Mohammad Nabi show the way of the pavilion to the three batsmen in the same over and broke the hope of the Sri Lankan team.

Starting of Sri Lanka

Losing the toss and batting first, the Sri Lankan team started well. Dimuth Karunaratne and Kusal Perera, who came in to start the innings, shared a 92-run partnership for the first wicket. Both batted with ease and did not allow the Afghan bowlers to dominate.

Kusal Perera scored fast in comparison to Karunaratne. The partnership was getting dangerous with every over passing but Mohammed Nabi gave great relief to his team by making Karunaratne out on the first ball of the 14th over.

RAJASTHAN’S THRILLING WIN, KOLKATA GOT CONSECUTIVE SIXTH DEFEAT

Parag, Archer take Rajasthan Royals to thrilling win as KKR slump to sixth straight defeat

Rajasthan Royals beat Kolkata Knight Riders by three wickets in IPL-12 on Thursday. In this exciting match played at the Eden Gardens ground, Rajasthan has won four balls remaining. This is Kolkata’s sixth consecutive defeat. Kolkata offered a strong challenge of 176 runs in front of the hosts, whose bowlers could not defend.

In reply, Rajasthan achieved this target at a loss of 7 wickets in 19.2 overs. Rajasthan needed 9 runs to win in the last over of the Prasidh Krishna. Jofra Archer, who was on strike, hit four in the first ball and then hit six on the next and added 2 points for his team.

Riyan Parag (47) scored the highest runs for Rajasthan. He planted 5 fours and two sixes in his 31-ball innings. Jaffra Archer 27 runs in 12 balls. Piyush Chawla took three wickets, Sunil Narine got two wickets, Andre Russell, and Prasidh Krishna got 1-1 wickets.

With this win, Rajasthan’s playoffs reached the expectations are still alive. Rajasthan’s team is in seventh place in the points table with 8 points after four wins in 11 games. Another side, Kolkata is in the sixth position in the points table with 8 points after four wins in 11 matches. Two-time champion Kolkata had performed brilliantly at the start of the season, but in the middle of the league, KKR  got off from victory line.

Twenty-two matches have been played in the IPL by the two teams. Of which Kolkata have won 10 matches and Rajasthan have won in 10 matches. Kolkata’s elevation in Eden Gardens has been huge. Both teams have played 8 times on the field so far. In which Kolkata team won in 6 matches, Rajasthan could only win in two matches.

SHANE WATSON’S BRILLIANT INNINGS, CHENNAI BEAT HYDERABAD

Shane Watson’s innings was unbelievable, says Sunrisers Hyderabad captain Kane Williamson

The Chennai Super Kings (CSK), which lost the last two matches, has returned to the win. Chennai defeated Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) by 6 wickets, thanks to the thrilling innings of opener Shane Watson (96) on Tuesday. SRH presented a strong challenge of 176 runs in this match played at Chennai’s MA Chidambaram Stadium.

In reply, Chennai achieved this target in 19.5 overs at the loss of 4 wickets. Watson scored highest for Chennai and hit 9 fours and 6 sixes in his 53 balls inning.

Apart from Watson, Suresh Raina (38), Ambati Rayudu (21) and Faf du Plessis contributed 1 run. On behalf of Hyderabad, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Rashid Khan, and Sandeep Sharma got one wicket each.

The current champion Chennai has reached the top of the table with 16 points after eight wins in 11 matches and has almost made its place in the playoffs. At the same, Hyderabad has faced fifth defeat in 10 matches and the team is in fourth with 10 points.

In the first inning

Hyderabad present target of 175 runs by losing 3 wickets in 20 overs. Manish Pandey (83 not out) made the most runs for Hyderabad. He hit 7 fours and three sixes in his 49-ball innings.

Sunrisers Hyderabad started badly and the team lost the first wicket on a total of 5 runs. Without starting the inning with Warner, Johnny Bairstow returning the pavilion without opening the account. Harbhajan Singh made his prey on the third ball of the second over.

Warner completed his half-century in 37 balls. This is his 43rd half-century in IPL. However, after completing his fifty he could not stay on the crease much. Harbhajan Singh sent him pavilion on the third ball of the 14th over. Warner batted carefully after the first wicket fell quickly with Manish Pandey and share an important partnership of 113 runs for a second wicket.