India Vs Pakistan: India Crushed Pakistan and Wins by 89 Runs

India continued their Victory win over Pakistan in World Cup cricket with an 89-run win (Duckworth–Lewis–Stern method) in World Cup 2019  in Manchester on Sunday.. It was Very Exciting match to watch started from 3pm IST where cricket fans glued themselves to the TV. Rain made it appearance twice during the match and at the end then it was up to Pakistan to win over DLS method.

It was quite a performance by Indian team despite a few rain stoppages during the mega clash. Pakistan were 166 for six when it started raining again and with the match reduced to 40 over’s, they were left needing 136 off 30 balls after DLS calculations.


India strolled to a win to make it seven wins in a row against Pakistan in World Cups. India’s demolition job over Pakistan helped them climb to third in the World Cup points table with seven points from four matches. While Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli excelled with the bat scoring 72.India strategy for not letting take a run and then Pakistan batsman to hit hard for taking catches was successful.


Pakistan, chased stunning score of 337 , were dealt an early blow as Vijay Shankar struck in the fifth over to take out Imam-ul-Haq for 7. Pakistan initially found the going hard after Shankar’s strike but both Fakhar Zaman and Babar Azam steadily brought their team on track.

Fakhar and Babar led Pakistan’s recovery with a 104-run stand for the second wicket. But just when it seemed that Pakistan would give India a tough fight, Kuldeep Yadav struck twice to get rid of both Fakhar (62) and Babar (48).

Hardik Pandya Fantastic two wickets in two balls, first removing Mohammad Hafeez (9) and then Shoaib Malik (0) made a bid Impact. Rain gods disrupted India’s march towards a third win with Pakistan reeling at 166 for six in 35 over’s.

From then on in, it was all India as the bowlers put the squeeze on Pakistan batsmen. With runs coming at a premium for Pakistan, it seemed only a matter of time that India would strike again. And it came in the form of Vijay Shankar, who took his second wicket of the World Cup by sending Pakistan captain Sarfaraz Ahmed (12).

India moves up on the 3rd position on points table with 7 points.


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