ICC Cricket World Cup 2019

IND beat PAK by 89 runs (D/L method) | India vs Pakistan Highlights And Cricket Score 22th ODI Match

ICC Cricket World Cup, 2019

Date: Jun 16, 2019 Start Time: 15:00 IST | 09:30 GMT | 10:30 Local
Venue: Old Trafford, Manchester
IND
336/5 Overs: 50.0
PAK
212/6 Overs: 40.0
India beat Pakistan by 89 runs (D/L method)

India vs Pakistan Highlights And Cricket Score - 22th ODI Match - Summary

End of Over : 40.0 PAK: 212/6

Whoosh! Another India-Pakistan clash ends in a forgetful manner. No competition from the Men In Green at all. India move to second while Pakistan are on 7th. Will a different Team In Green have a better outing on a different day? Come Monday, June 17, 2019, Bangladesh take on West Indies in Taunton. Hopefully, we will get a better contest. ADIOS! TAKE CARE!

Victorious Indian captain, Virat Kohli, says that the pitch did not make too much of a difference throughout, except for the turn. Bides by his original decision to bowl first purely because of the overcast conditions. Is proud of the templates set by the team in each of the three wins with the batting laying the foundation and the bowlers doing their stuff. Feels that everyone is playing their roles perfectly. On Kuldeep Yadav's two wickets, breaking the century stand, Kohli says that Kuldeep was getting rhythm with every ball that he bowled and a longer spell helped him. Calls the Babar dismissal a beauty with plenty of drift and turn. On India-Pakistan rivalries becoming a damp squib, Virat says that Pakistan beat India comprehensively in the 2017 Champions Trophy final but other than that, India have always done well against them. Urges fans to watch the game, enjoy but not be too emotional. Stresses that the players treat the contest professionally. On Bhuvneshwar Kumar's injury, Kohli says that it is a slight niggle caused due to improper landing, but is nothing too serious and is hopeful of getting well soon.

Pakistan skipper, Sarfaraz Ahmed, says that they won a good toss but could not put the ball in the right areas and praises Rohit Sharma for playing really well. On the logic behind picking two spinners, Ahmed says that there was some moisture on the wicket and the ball was turning as well and Pakistan's spinners did bowl nicely but credits India for batting better. With the bat, Sarfaraz says that Pakistan were going well with the bat but suddenly they lost a flurry of wickets and lost the game. Hopes to win all their remaining four games and bounce back.

ROHIT SHARMA HAS BEEN NAMED THE MAN OF THE MATCH. Rohit says that he is happy with the way India played as a team. Adds they wanted to get on the park and play the game of cricket. Mentions that it was frustrating that their last match got washed out. On his disappointment after getting out, Rohit replies that he wasn't happy with the way he played that shot and feels it was a misjudgement from his side as fine leg was brought up just before that ball (He got out caught at short fine leg attempting a paddle). Tells that it was a good pitch and he wanted to bat for as long as possible. Praises KL Rahul for playing really well and is happy that he took his time to settle down. Further says that they knew the opening spell was going to be threatening and their idea was to play those initial overs safely.

Nothing much to mention for Pakistan in terms of their batting. For the second successive game, they have collapsed from a good position. For India, they have shown their reserve strength, not only with the bat but also with the ball. Kuldeep Yadav showed that he has not lost his form and can pose a threat to any opposition. Please stay tuned for the presentation.

Towards the end, the match became more of a farce, as people were only waiting for the torture to end. The rain came again and this time, one felt for good, with Pakistan lagging behind by 86 runs in the DLS method. However, just like the 2007 final, the umpires decided to have play again and the revised target was 302 in 40 overs, which meant Pakistan needed an almost impossible 136 from 5 overs.

During the chase, before Pakistan could suffer a blow, India suffered a blow as they lost their key bowler, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, to injury. But Vijay Shankar coming in to complete Bhuvi's unfinished over struck gold on the very first ball and claimed the prized scalp of in-form Imam-ul-Haq. Post that, a century stand developed between Fakhar Zaman and Babar Azam but as the saying goes, 'one swallow doesn't make a summer'. The 104-run stand was followed by the complete disintegration of the Pakistan batting line-up. A magical ball from Kuldeep Yadav sent Babar Azam back and as it happens usually, more so with Pakistan, one wicket brought another and soon it was a procession.

In a pressure match, (what pressure match? Ind-Pak matches rarely induce pressure these days) India were forced to use a different opening batsman to replace Shikhar Dhawan. They trusted KL Rahul to do the job and the young man didn't disappoint as he was involved in India's maiden century partnership for the first wicket against Pakistan in all World Cups. After a solid beginning, Rohit Sharma took it forward and hammered a big century and his skipper Virat Kohli also contributed with a fine half century which also made him the fastest batsman to the 11k milestone in ODIs. A powerful batting show powered the Men in Blue to a total of 336/5 in 50 overs and from thereon they were in front.

Done and dusted. Or shall we say squashed and swatted? The day started with one question - Will it rain or will India continue their reign? The answer is - India have made it 7 in 7 against Pakistan in ICC ODI World Cups. They have given a real beating to their arch-rivals and have solidified their position in the points table. Their invincible run continues while Pakistan are in the doldrums, just over Afghanistan.

39.6 0

Hardik Pandya to Imad Wasim. A swing and a miss to end the farce. INDIA WON BY 89 RUNS VIA DLS METHOD.

39.5 1

Hardik Pandya to Shadab Khan. Played to the point region by the batsman. They pick up a single.

39.4 1

Hardik Pandya to Imad Wasim. Dropped short, pulled through mid-wicket for one.

39.3 1

Hardik Pandya to Shadab Khan. A yorker now, dug out towards long off for a run.

39.2 1

Hardik Pandya to Imad Wasim. Short and outside off, Wasim slaps it through the covers. There is protection in the deep, so just a single.

39.1 0

Hardik Pandya to Imad Wasim. Backs a long way across, Pandya follows him, bowls it outside off, Imad looks to paddle but misses.

End of Over : 39 12 Runs PAK: 208/6
38.6 1

Jasprit Bumrah to Imad Wasim. Goes very full this time, Wasim digs it out down to mid off for one. 12 from the over.

38.6 5

Jasprit Bumrah to Imad Wasim. FOUR! And Bumrah has overstepped! Bumrah bowls it short and wide outside off, Wasim this time manages to put bat on ball and ramps it down to third man for a boundary.

38.5 0

Jasprit Bumrah to Imad Wasim. Almost five penalty runs! Bumrah digs in a short ball around off, Imad tries his best to put bat on ball but misses. Dhoni fumbles and the ball nearly falls onto the helmet kept behind him.

38.4 1

Jasprit Bumrah to Shadab Khan. Width on offer outside off, it's punched from the crease to sweeper cover for a run.

38.3 1

Jasprit Bumrah to Imad Wasim. On a good length around off, Imad camps back and lofts it over covers for a single.

38.2 0

Jasprit Bumrah to Imad Wasim. Play and a miss! Back of a length delivery outside off, Wasim swishes and misses.

38.1 4

Jasprit Bumrah to Imad Wasim. FOUR! Hammered down the ground, 200 up for Pakistan! Bumrah delivers it full and on middle, Imad latches onto it and drills it straight down the ground for a boundary.

Summary

India face Pakistan in one of the most-talked clash of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. The blockbuster encounter will be played at the Old Trafford Cricket Ground in Manchester on June 16. Both teams have had contrasting fortunes so far in CWC19. While India - tournament favourites - romped off to convincing victories over South Africa and defending champions Australia, Pakistan were thrashed by the West Indies in their opening game of the tournament. Both India and Pakistan also had a game each washed out due to rain.

 

Pakistan humiliated India by 180 runs when these sides last met in an ICC tournament - the 2017 Champions Trophy final. But interestingly, Pakistan has never beaten India at the World Cups. When India and Pakistan last met in the 2015 World Cup, India won by 76 runs. India also beat Pakistan by eight and nine wickets respectively in the two 2018 Asia Cup group stage matches.

 

India are also one of the two sides still unbeaten in CWC 2019 while Pakistan has already lost twice in four matches. They are placed eighth in the points table, India, in contrast, are in the fourth position and need a win to break into the top two. But amidst all the build-up, both sides will also have to remain prepared for rain intervenes. The forecast in Manchester predicts a considerable amount of rainfall on match day and the team that suits better to the condition and situation might come out the winners.

 

India (From): Rohit Sharma, Lokesh Rahul, Virat Kohli(c), Vijay Shankar, MS Dhoni(w), Kedar Jadhav, Hardik Pandya, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Kuldeep Yadav, Yuzvendra Chahal, Jasprit Bumrah, Ravindra Jadeja, Dinesh Karthik, Mohammed Shami.

 

Pakistan (From): Imam-ul-Haq, Fakhar Zaman, Babar Azam, Mohammad Hafeez, Sarfaraz Ahmed(w/c), Shoaib Malik, Asif Ali, Hasan Ali, Wahab Riaz, Mohammad Amir, Shaheen Afridi, Shadab Khan, Imad Wasim, Haris Sohail, Mohammad Hasnain.

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