Each player for Pakistan Team is proving himself to be the best as Shadab Khan caught and bowled for Rishabh Pant showing him the way to the dressing room.
Dubai: Each player for Pakistan Team is proving himself to be the best as Shadab Khan caught and bowled for Rishabh Pant showing him the way to the dressing room.
Rishabh Pant Only Man of Moment not Match
Pant made 39 runs off 30 deliveries, the highest of all the players who have returned to the stands. India is struggling in the game as the players leave the crease one after another.
India has been able to gather mere 60 runs in 10 overs losing 3 wickets. India is at 84 runs losing 4 wickets after 12.2 overs.
If India wants to score big, the team needs to pull off a better show on the cricket field to maintain their all-time world cup win against Pakistan.
India is struggling to stay on the field as it loses its third wicket within power play. Hasan Ali made it easier for the team to look on the brighter side as he shows Suryakumar Yadav his way to Dressing Room.
What is spectacular about the third wicket is Rizwan’s catch as he dives forward, to his right, full-length, and pouch.
SuryaKumar Yadav has gone back on the 34th ball of the game and Pant and Kohli is on the crease to save the Indian Boat from sinking in the troubled ocean.
Shaheen Afridi has proved it that this Pakistan team is prepared to take on Indian opponent as he take the wickets of both Indian Openers in first 7 bowls of the game.
The whole Indian Team and the country is shock as KL Rahul and Rohit Sharma returns to dressing room on the unplayable bowls of the star Pakistani Bowler Shaheen Afridi.
The Indian Skipper Rohit Sharma could not do anything but to return back on the yorkers on middle-stump, at pace, with a tail of in-swing and beats.
India needs to keep calm, as The Indian captain has said earlier and need to make a strong comeback to have results in their favour.
Shaheen Afridi is a big threat to Indian Team and it is being proved time and again.
first published:Oct. 24, 2021, 8:43 p.m.