Champions trophy 2017:-India's biggest win in 19 years in Champions Trophy, Pakistan beat by 124 runs

India's biggest win in 19 years in Champions Trophy, Pakistan beat by 124 runs







Birmingham In their first match of the Champions Trophy, India defeated Pakistan by 124 runs. In the rain-affected match, losing the toss, the first team to bat first, India scored 319 runs at the loss of 3 wickets in 48 overs. Chasing the target of 289 runs as per Duckworth-Lewis method, Pakistan's team could have scored 164 runs in 9.4 overs in 33.4 overs. Due to injury, his last batsmen Wahab Riaz could not bat, and Pakistan was declared all-out. This is India's biggest victory in the 19-year history of this tournament. Earlier, India's biggest victory was 98 runs, which he achieved in # CT2004 against Kenya. Yuvraj Singh was adjudged Man of the Match. Twice changed to target Pakistan ...

- India played 319/3 in 48 overs before losing the toss in the match. But after repeated rain, Pakistan were given the revised (D / L method) target of 289 runs in 41 overs.
- Pakistan's target has been changed twice. After India's innings ended, he got the target of 324 runs (48 overs), but after the rain again, the target was given to 289 runs.
Fall of wickets like Pakistan
- Azhar Ali and Ahmed Shehzad gave a good start to Pakistan, following the target. Both of them added 47 runs for the first wicket to 54 balls.
- Pakistan's first blow was in 8.6 overs when Bhuvneshwar Kumar lbw Ahmed Shehzad (12).
The second wicket was Babar Azam (8). Who was caught by Ravindra Jadeja at Umesh Yadav's ball in 12.2 overs. At this time the team's score was 61 runs.
- Pakistan's third wicket fell on 91 runs In the 20.5 overs Ravindra Jadeja's ball was caught by Hardik Pandya by Azhar Ali (50).
- Shoaib Malik (15) as Pakistan's fourth wicket dropped. In 23.3 overs Ravindra Jadeja's direct throw was dismissed. At this time the score was 114/4.
- M. in the form of fifth wicket Hafeez (33) was out. Bhuvneshwar Kumar caught by Ravindra Jadeja in his 26.3 overs.
- After the 4th over, Pakistan's sixth wicket also fell on 135. When Kedar Jadhav caught him on Hardik Pandya's ball in 27.3 overs.
- Hardik Pandya bowled captain Sarfraz Ahmed (15) and bowled Pakistan's seventh wicket. He was caught by Dhoni in 29.3 overs.
- eighth wicket Amir was the ninth wicket and Hasan Ali. Both wickets fell in the 34th over. The last batsmen Wahab Riaz did not play due to injury.
Umesh Yadav took 3/30 wickets for India and Ravindra Jadeja took 2/43 and Hardik Pandya also got 2/43 wickets. Bhuvneshwar got 1/23 wickets.
Pakistan's score board:
Batsmen run ball 4 6
Azhar Ali Kai Pandya bo Jadeja 50 65 6 0
Ahmed Shehzad lbw bo Bhubaneswar Kumar 12 22 1 0
Babar Azam Lai Jadeja bo Umesh Yadav 8 12 1 0
Mo. Hafeez Cai Bhubneshwar bo Jadeja 33 43 2 0
Shoaib Malik Run Out (Jadeja) 15 9 2
Sarfraz Ahmed cai Dhoni bow Pandya 15 16 2 0
Imad Wasim c. Jadhav Bo Pandya 0 0 0 0
Shadab Khan not out 14 16 1 1
Mo. Aamir Kai Jadhav Bo Umesh Yadav 9 16 0
Hassan Ali Kai Dhawan Bow Umesh Yadav 0 2 0 0
Wahab Riaz not come to bat
Such was the inning of India
- After losing the toss, going to bat first, Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma gave India a fantastic start. Both of them shared 136-run partnership with 147 balls for the first wicket.
- Rohit Sharma (91), Virat Kohli (81 *), Shikhar Dhawan (68) and Yuvraj Singh (53) gave India an innings.
- Hardik Pandya scored 20 * in his in nings of just 6 balls while batting fast. In the last over, he scored three consecutive seasons.
- 136 for the first wicket (Rohit-Dhawan) for India, 56 for the second wicket (Rohit-Virat), 93 for the third wicket (Virat-Yuvraj) and 34 for the fourth wicket (Virat-Hardik) The run partnership has been done.
Indian players were dismissed
- India got the first blow in 24.3 overs, when Shikhar Dhawan (68) got caught by Azhar Ali on the ball of Shadab Khan.
- Rohit Sharma (91) as India's second wicket dropped to a score of 192 in 36.4 overs. Sarfaraz Khan was dismissed by Babar Azam on the throw.
The third wicket was Yuvraj Singh (53). Hasan Ali lbw in 46.2 overs. At this time the team's score was 285 runs.
Rohit scored 91 runs
- Rohit Sharma scored a fine feat in the match. They scored 91 runs. In his 119 ball innings, he also scored 7 fours and two sixes. Earlier, he completed his Fifty 71 ball.
- In 18.5 overs, Rohit completed his fifty by hitting six on the ball of Shadab Khan. This was their fifth one-dayer against Pakistan in the 30th one-dayer.
Rohit shared 136 with Dhawan for the first wicket and a 56-run partnership with 73 off Virat Kohli for the second wicket.
Virat scored 81 *
- Captain Virat also scored a superb batting 81 *. In his 68-ball innings, he also scored six boundaries and three sixes. This is their 40th fifa of ODI career.
Yuvraj Singh fifties
- Yuvraj Singh scored 53 runs on 32 balls. In his innings, he put 8 boundaries and 1 six. This is 52st fifa of their ODI career.
Dhawan played fantastic innings
In the match, Shikhar Dhawan played a brilliant batting 68-ball innings. In his 65 ball innings, he put six boundaries and a six. This is against their one-day career 18th and Pakistan


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