IND vs PAK  Highlights 28-8-2022: India Beats Pakistan By 5~Wickets

IND vs PAK  Highlights 28-8-2022: India Beats Pakistan By 5~Wickets

IND vs PAK  Highlights 28-8-2022: India Beats Pakistan By 5~Wickets

IND 141/4 after 19 overs – 7 runs required off 6 balls:- 

Rishabh Pant gives over the gloves to Ravindra Jadeja, although this should be more of a signal from the dugout to kick on. Hardik Pandya hits a home run, and India has a new boundary. Hardik connects to the extra cover border, giving India the advantage.

IND 107/4 at the end of 16 overs:

India requires 41 runs in 24 balls | Jadeja and Hardik are in complete command of the game, but the needed run rate is 10.25. Pakistan is still in the game, but India has the strength to push through and win the Asia Cup 2022. They’ll need a good over so the white ball can soar over the Dubai park.

IND 97/4 after 15 overs: Naseem Shah takes his second wicket, and Suryakumar Yadav is out after the middle-order batsman attempted to heave over the wicket rather than play down the ground. Clattered off-stump! India is in complete control of the game, and out comes the guy who can’t go wrong this season. Runs with the bat, wickets with the ball Hardik Pandya assumes command, assisted by Ravindra Jadeja.

IND 83/3 at the end of 13 overs:

Suryakumar Yadav and Ravindra Jadeja have formed a partnership and are carrying the game to the limit. Shadab Khan and Shahnawaz Dahani do not give anything away. India is still in front, with 64 deliveries needed in 40 days. Nothing is taken for granted, even though the likes of Hardik Pandya and Dinesh Karthik are still to arrive.

IND- 62/3 at the end of 10 overs:

Virat Kohli showed signs of returning to form, but Mohammad Nawaz caught the big fish to keep Pakistan in the game. The Indian management made an unexpected adjustment by pushing Ravindra Jadeja up the order, and the all-rounder demonstrated his energy by smashing Mohammad Nawaz with a big six into the stands. India is in command. 86 in 60 balls is required.

IND -38/1 at the end of 6 overs:

Kohli has come out firing on all cylinders. The former India skipper is off to a fast start, batting on 30 from 26 balls with three boundaries and a maximum. Rohit, on the other hand, has taken 13 balls and scored four runs. The point is that Virat is hitting at 115.38. That’s it for the PowerPlay.

IND -23/1 at the end of 4 overs:

Virat Kohli is on a mission, and despite the loss of KL Rahul, he and Rohit Sharma have led India to a good start. Haris Rauf bowls a short ball, which Kohli accepts, goes for the pull, and scores a maximum. Today he’s in a wonderful mood.

After 1 over, IND is -3/1:

What a great start! In a 148-run chase, KL leaves early, giving Virat Kohli a chance. Fakhar Zaman will be under pressure to remove Kohli if Naseem Shah bowls at his speed. This competition isn’t going away anytime soon. Brutal and belligerent.

PAK 147 towards the end of the innings All in:

India had the upper hand in this high-stakes encounter because to Bhuvneshwar Kumar’s four-wicket haul (4/26) and Hardik Pandya’s superb bowling run (4-0-25-3) Arshdeep Singh made a contribution, dismissing Mohammad Nawaz and Shahnawaz Dahani. Now it’s on to India’s openers, though nothing can be anticipated until the last ball is delivered. We’ll meet up later for the pursuit.

PAK 124/7 at the end of 18 overs:

Hardik Pandya’s wickets of Mohammad Rizwan, Iftikar Ahmed, and Khushdil Shah have destroyed the spine of Pakistan’s batting line-up. However, India must exercise caution since it cannot afford to lose runs at the death.

PAK 103/5 at the end of 15 overs:

Hardik Pandya strikes with a three-wicket haul to put India ahead. The persistence in sinking the ball short and forcing the batters to pull has paid off handsomely. There is speed, bounce, and carry, and Hardik Pandya has made a magnificent entrance into the Asia Cup. Short balls have done the trick. India’s latest strategy, the Short ball theory, has taken Pakistan off guard.

Ayan Acharya, our correspondent in Dubai:

Pandya returns for his fresh spell and instantly knocks Ahmed out. Pandya has been steadfast in his use of the short ball strategy. He has operated between excellent length and short length in three overs. Pandya was stretchered off the field during an Asia Cup encounter against Pakistan in Dubai four years ago. And now he’s here.

PAK 76/2 after 11 overs: 

Mohammad Rizwan and Iftikhar Ahmed have dropped anchor, and India is hoping for another breakthrough. Chahal and Jadeja both bowled two overs and attempted to buy some turn but were unsuccessful. At this point, a handful of wickets would tip the scales in India’s favour. With Rizwan in charge, Pakistan would be considering a total of 160 or more.

PAK 59/2 after 8 overs: 

Spin is being added into the assault, and Yuzvendra Chahal’s opening over has yielded eight runs. Hardik Pandya has bowled well, changing his pace, striking the correct lengths, and mixing his deliveries. There is some additional bounce, which is assisted by some turn. Iftikhar Ahmed and Mohammad Rizwan have a task ahead of them..  

PAK 43/2 at the end of 6 overs:

Avesh Khan takes a wicket, and it’s a huge one! Fahkar Zaman walks after nicking Avesh behind, and neither the bowler nor the wicket-keeper appealed. The breakthrough came at an ideal time for India, as Rizwan and Zaman were rebuilding their innings. The Indian bowlers performed admirably in the PowerPlay.

Ayan Acharya from Dubai reports: Bhuvneshwar Kumar has bowled only one complete delivery in the opening two overs, preferring to operate short or short-of-a-length. Arshdeep Singh, too, is now bowling mostly short.

PAK 19/1 at the end of three overs:

WICKET! Bhuvneshwar scores! What a strike for Pakistan, and what a wicket for India. Bhuvi has removed Babar Azam right inside the PowerPlay, and the Pakistan skipper has fell for a pull. Bhuvi digs in short, Babar attempts the pull but only gets a top-edge, and Arshdeep Singh makes no mistake at short fine leg.

According to Ayan Acharya, our correspondent in Dubai, the lack of limited swing and seam movement may have encouraged Indian new ball bowlers to attack Pakistan’s top order with the short ball approach.

After 1 Over, PAK 6/0:

Electrifying start and both teams have used one review each with Pakistan benefitting as Mohammed Rizwan survived an LBW decision. Bhuvneshwar Kumar has hit the right lengths and India went for a caught behind review but there was no bat involved. Plenty of things happening and we have just started. The ground is buzzing and it promises to be a cracker of a contest. Time for Arshdeep Singh to steam in. 

Right then.. We are done and dusted with the National Anthems and out walk the Pakistan openers. Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan and it will be Bhuvneshwar Kumar who will start proceedings with the new ball. Here we go!

India Playing XI: Rohit Sharma(c), KL Rahul, Virat Kohli, Suryakumar Yadav, Dinesh Karthik(w), Hardik Pandya, Ravindra Jadeja, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Avesh Khan, Yuzvendra Chahal, Arshdeep Singh

Pakistan Playing XI: Babar Azam(c), Mohammad Rizwan(w), Fakhar Zaman, Iftikhar Ahmed, Khushdil Shah, Asif Ali, Shadab Khan, Mohammad Nawaz, Naseem Shah, Haris Rauf, Shahnawaz Dahani

Toss: India wins toss and Rohit Sharma opts to bowl first

Important Information: 

Rishabh Pant left. Dinesh Karthik was called up.

It’s a packed crowd in Dubai, so it’ll be fascinating to watch how Rohit Sharma manages his team. He is taking a daring and brave approach, and it will be critical for the men in blue to start the Asia Cup on a high note.

India would undoubtedly want to reach the finish line this time and leave the ghosts of the T20 World Cup failure behind them. The toss is coming up soon.

Virat Kohli’s form has been a source of concern for India. However, the former India captain looked impressive during the nets session, tonking spinners all over the park.

IND vs PAK Asia Cup record:

14 matches played; India won 8; Pakistan won 5; NR – 1 Pakistan pacer Naseem Shah will make his T20I debut today.



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