IND vs PAK T20 World Cup: Pakistan entangled in 3-13, 19, you would not have seen such a wonderful coincidence

Orhan Wadia
Orhan Wadia - Editor
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New Delhi. India defeated Pakistan in a thrilling match in the World Cup 2024 (T20 World cup 2024). This match was full of disappointment for Pakistan. There was a time when their victory seemed certain. But Team India defeated them on the strength of their bowlers. India defeated Pakistan. Amazing coincidences were made in this. India made Pakistan cry on the strength of 3-13, 19.

Except Mohammad Rizwan, the first three batsmen of Pakistan were out after scoring 13 runs. This included the names of Babar Azam, Usman Khan and Fakhar Zaman. All these players returned to the pavilion on 13 runs only. Azam was run out by Bumrah. Usman Khan was run out by Akshar Patel while Fakhar Zaman's wicket was taken by Hardik Pandya. Of course, the dismissal of these batsmen cost Pakistan dearly and they lost the match.

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19 points also played an important role in the match. Pakistan lost the match in 19 overs. When Bumrah came to bowl in the 19th over, Pakistan needed 21 runs. At that time Imad Wasim and Iftikhar Ahmed were on the crease. Both of them could have finished the match if they wanted. But they paled in front of Bumrah's dangerous bowling. Iftikhar was playing after scoring 5 runs in 9 balls. As an all-rounder, he had the ability to win the match. But he lost his wicket on the last ball of the 19th over. That is, 19 points also played a big role in this match.

Talking about the match, India batted first and scored a small score of 119 runs. Chasing the target of 120 runs, Pakistan had a good start. At one time, they had scored 80 runs for 3 wickets in 14 overs. But when Jasprit Bumrah clean bowled Mohammad Rizwan for 31 runs, Pakistan fell behind and could only score 113 runs in 20 overs.

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