Afghanistan U19s All Set To Face Pakistan In Cricket Match

Afghanistan U19s All Set To Face Pakistan In Cricket Match

Afghanistan U19s All Set To Face Pakistan In Cricket Match

India beat tournament host Pakistan by seven wickets in the Blind Cricket World Cup at the Ujman Oval in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

India won the toss and chose to field first. Pakistan made an average score of 282 runs for the loss of 8 wickets in allotted 40 overs.

The National Cricket Team Leg-spinner Rashid Khan was one of the key members of that squad and is now one of the leading spinners of the world in ODIs and T20Is.

The world cup is being played in Pakistan and India but the match between two arch-rival teams moved to a neutral location after Indian government refused to send its team to Pakistan. India was set a target of 359 which they completed in 32 overs.

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Deepak Malik was adjudged Man of the Match. Consequently, Pakistan had to go into the game with five players absent for selection, who couldn't get their visas in time to travel for the match.

India began well in the chase thanks to Malik.

After opening their campaign against the Australians, the Indians will take on Papua New Guinea on February 16 at Mount Maunganui before facing Zimbabwe at the same venue on January 19.

Bangladesh, Canada, England and Namibia comprise Group C while two-time champion Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Asia qualifier Afghanistan and Europe qualifier Ireland form Group D in what is the 11th edition of the tournament and the third to be held in New Zealand.

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