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Dubai: In the exciting Asia Cup match between India and Pakistan yesterday, Pakistan challenged India by 148 runs in 19.5 overs. Chasing this challenge, the Indian batsmen got tired. But on Hardik Pandya’s last six, India won by 5 wickets against Pakistan.

Hardik Pandya’s unbeaten 33 and Ravindra Jadeja’s 35 gave India the win. Earlier, Virat Kohli was dismissed for 35 and Rohit Sharma for 12 runs. Suryakumar Yadav scored 18 runs.

Indian bowlers Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Avish Khan, Hardik Pandya put in a brilliant performance to send the Pakistani openers back to the tent. Pakistan got off to a slow start. Mohammad Rizwan scored 43 runs in Pakistan’s openers. Babar Azam who opened with him scored 10 runs. Bhuvneshwar Kumar gave Pakistan the first shock by dismissing Pakistan captain and all-rounder Babar Azam for 10 runs in the third over of the match. After the dismissal of Babar Azam, Pakistan’s innings was saved by Fakhar Zaman and Rizwan. But Avish Khan broke this pair. He dismissed Faqir Zaman for 10 runs. After this, Mohammad Rizwan, who was playing for 43 runs, was caught out by Awish Khan while bowling hard by Hardik Pandya. After that, Pakistan’s middle order Ahmed scored 28 runs and was caught out by Karthik off a brilliant ball from Hardik Pandya.

Pakistan cricket team was playing its first match in Asia Cup yesterday. But during the match he will tie a black ribbon on his penalty to show his sympathy to the people displaced and affected by the floods in South Pakistan. Pakistan is currently facing the worst floods in its history. Thousands of people have been forced to leave their homes after a bridge over a major river collapsed in the northern region.

To express sympathy and solidarity with all these victims, the Pakistan cricket team tied black ribbons on the penalty in the first match against India in the Asia Cup.


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