INDvPAK T20 World Cup: 18 runs were needed in the last over, Naseem hit consecutive fours, then Arshdeep's magic worked

Orhan Wadia
Orhan Wadia - Editor
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New Delhi. India has maintained its dominance against Pakistan in the T20 World Cup. The Indian team defeated Pakistan by 6 runs in a very exciting match on Sunday. In this match, the Indian team collapsed for 119 runs. But the bowlers performed brilliantly and gave India the victory. This match was so close that till the last over started it was difficult to guess which team would win. When Arshdeep Singh came to bowl the last over of the match, Pakistan needed 18 runs to win. Imad Wasim and Shaheen Afridi were at the crease. Let's know how the game was in the last over. How Arshdeep Singh gave India the victory.

20th over of Pakistan innings (Bowler: Arshdeep Singh)
First ball: Imad Wasim made room to hit the shot, but Arshdeep Singh bowled the ball outside the leg stump. The ball took the inside edge of the bat and Rishabh Pant took a beautiful catch by diving. (Pakistan: 102/7)

Second ball: Naseem Shah plays the ball to long off and takes a run. (Pakistan: 103/7)

Third ball: Shaheen Afridi stumbles badly on a yorker ball. He takes a run as leg bye. (Pakistan: 104/7)

Fourth ball: Naseem Shah played a scoop shot on a yorker length ball, the ball went over the wicketkeeper and crossed the boundary. (Pakistan: 108/7)

Fifth ball: Naseem Shah slices the ball on the off side and the ball goes to the deep backward point boundary. (Pakistan: 112/7)

Sixth ball: Naseem Shah plays a low full-toss delivery hard. The ball goes past the bowler towards long-off. One run. (Pakistan: 113/7)

In this way, Arshdeep Singh gave 11 runs in his last over and took the wicket of Imad Wasim. By dismissing Imad Wasim, he had almost ended Pakistan's hopes. By the time Naseem Shah hit a four, the victory had gone away from Pakistan.

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