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

India vs Pakistan World Cup 2019
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‘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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KOLKATA BEAT MUMBAI BY 34 RUNS IN THE MATCH OF STORMY BATTING

Hardik Pandya raises his bat …

The 47th match of the 12th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) was played at the Eden Gardens Stadium between Kolkata Knight Riders and Mumbai Indians. In this match, Kolkata beat Mumbai by 34 runs and kept their hopes of reaching the playoffs alive. Another side, Mumbai Indians will have to win their next match to reach the playoffs.

Kolkata Knight Riders scored 232 for 2 wickets in 20 overs, batting first after losing the toss in the match. For Kolkata, Andre Russell scored an unbeaten 80 off 40 balls, Shulman Gill scored 76 runs in 45 balls and Chris Lynn scored 54 off 29 balls. Rahul Chahar and Hardik Pandya’s took 1-1 for Mumbai Indians.

HARDIK PANDYA PLAYED STORMY INNING BY HITTING 34 BALLS FOR 91 RUNS.

In reply, Mumbai Indians were not played a good at the start and they lost 5 wickets for 121 runs. But After this, Hardik Pandya played such a stormy inning, that time the match was towards Mumbai. But with the dismissal of Hardik, the hopes of Mumbai Indians were also broken. Hardik Pandya scored 91 runs in just 34 balls with 6 fours and 9 sixes.

He completed his fifty in 17 balls with the help of 7 sixes and 1 four, which is the fastest fiftieth in the 12th season of the IPL. Prior to Hardik, Rishabh Pant had the fifties in 18 balls. Apart from Hardik, no other batsman from Mumbai Indians could play better for a team.

KKR DEFEATED MI BY 34 RUNS

Captain Rohit Sharma 12 and Quinton de Kock were out on zero. Evin Lewis (15), Suryakumar Yadav (26), Kieron Pollard (20) and Kieron Pollard (24) Chasing 233 runs, Mumbai Indians could score only 198 runs for 7 wickets in 20 overs. Barinder Sran and Rahul Chahar remained unbeaten on 3 and 1 respectively.

Sunil Narine, Harry Gurney, and Andre Russell took 2-2 wickets for Kolkata Knight Riders. Piyush Chawla’s got 1 wicket. Now Mumbai Indians had to face 7 wins and 5 losses in 12 matches of this IPL season and it is third in the table with 14 points. Kolkata Knight Riders got 5 wins and 7 losses in 12 matches of this IPL season.

India V/S Australia 2nd ODI: – Vijay Shankar Changes Match-Winning Point with Two Wickets

Vijay Shankar ended the challenge of the number 11 Adam Zampa by taking a wicket with bold on the Yorker. India won the match by 8 runs to take a 2-0 lead in the series. As it happened, it was also India’s 500th ODI match win. What a game played by Kohli and Vijay.

Fate then turned backward. Another reason is that there should be a better balance between the bat and the ball.

11 runs were needed in the last over, but besides Vijay Shankar, India did not have any choice. And he dismissed Marcus Stoinis on the first ball and astonished the Indian team and convinced that we could win the match. Marcus Stoinis was trapped leg before. The match was again in favor of India.

India batted first and was all out on 250 runs which was1a1 powered by captain Virat Kohli’s 40th ODI century and a cameo of Vijay Shankar. With the dismissal being all out for 242 in the last over of the match, Australia’s 11 runs chase became the nail-biter, in which Shankar bowled the last over and took two wickets.

Mohammed Shami’s glorious cover drive proved to be a sign of things coming in the third over and certainly was enough, Finch started coming in a flow towards the second half of the first 10 overs. His opening partner Usman Khawaja also kept pace and this pair started 83 runs within 15 overs.

Finch was the first man to be trapped in the leg-before-wicket of Kuldeep Yadav in the 15th over. Usman Khawaja was dismissed by Kedar Jadhav in the next over and India again captured the match.

Shaun Marsh, who was playing his first match of the series after spell due to injury. Marsh did not last long, although he played well with 16 runs on 27 balls. After that, Glenn Maxwell’s wicket felt on Kuldeep’s ball.

By then India had control but then Australia fought with the partnership of Alex Carey and Marcus Stoinis.  But Carey was dismissed by Kuldeep in the 44th over and after this Jaspreet Bumrah played the deadly overs. To increase the excitement, he took wickets of Nathan Coulter-Nile and Pat Cummins by leaving Stoinis.

Needed 11 runs in the last over and Stoinis on the strike, Kohli gave the ball to Vijay Shankar to finish the game. This decision paid the dividend because Shankar grabbed the wicket of Stoinis on the first ball of the over. After this, he bowled Adam Zampa and ended the match.

Kohli’s 40th ODI century brought India to competitive 250 after the middle-order collapse on a dry surface at the VCA Stadium, but it proved to be sufficiently successful because India won the remaining three balls only. This was India’s 500th victory in the ODI format.

The first victory came against East Africa in 1975 under the leadership of then captain S Venkataraghavan. India now ahead in the five-match series 2-0.

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M.S.Dhoni vs Virat Kohli vs Rohit Sharma : Dinesh Karthik explains the captaincy style of all

“Nothing in this world is bigger than experience.” This line is applied to Indian Cricket Team also. Team India is very lucky to have 3 most successful captains who are in the playing squad for World Cup and other limited over formats.

The wicket-keeper batsman Dinesh Karthik explains the captaincy style of Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma. He has played under the captaincy of all these 3 legends. As per him, these 3 jewels of India have different perceptions, different ways of leadership, different ways of handling the situation. While MSD has been the most experienced captain of Indian Team, Virat Kohli is getting experienced day by day in all the three formats, Rohit Sharma whenever gets chance proves his leadership also.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni is cool, sensitive, instictive leader. As a leader he has proved everything. Under his captaincy various big Indian players like Virendra Sehwag, Sachin Tendulkar, Yuvraj Singh, Harbhajan Singh etc have played. The ways of taking decisions by Dhoni on the ground is very provoking. He is a very practical being. As per the situation he turns his decisions. Dhoni always motivates, inspires and guides other players on and off the ground. Karthik further adds that he has learnt various techniques of wicket-keeping from Mahendra Singh Dhoni.

On the other hands, the present skipper Virat Kohli is a bit aggressive. He is self confident. The performance of team India under his leadership is quite well. Kohli has led India to win various trophies in all the three formats. He keeps on learning the captancy from Dhoni on the ground. He is a quick learner and very active captain on the grounds. He meets with bowlers in between and guides them properly.

Rohit Sharma has been magnificent as a captain. He is also the captain of Mumbai Indians. Under his leadership Mumbai has won several titles. Rohit Sharma gets inspiration from Mahendra Singh Dhoni as he calls him his guru. He talks to players and bowlers often and takes punctual decisions. As a captain Rohit Sharma plays his natural innings.

All the three captains are true leaders. All of them have different ways of captaincy but their vision is same. These three leaders will have great responsibility in the World Cup 2019. All of them have enough experience and they have won big titles. It will be great for the new players to learn from these trio captains. Dhoni-Kohli-Rohit counts to half of Team India.

Dinesh Karthik feels very enthusiastic to play for Team India under the captaincy of D-K-R. Hope India will do the best in coming times by using the experience of these trio.