Pakistan defeat arch-rivals India in Blind World Cup T20

Men in Green beat hosts by seven wickets

Sports Desk February 01, 2017

Pakistan Blind Cricket Team defeated India by seven wickets their T20 Blind World Cup encounter at the Delhi Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium on Wednesday.

India, after electing to bat first, scored 204-5 in their 20 overs courtesy opener Prakash’s 90 off 56 balls. For Pakistan, Muhammad Akram bagged one wicket.

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In their chase, Pakistan reached the target in 15.3 overs courtesy middle-order batsman Muhammad Zafar’s 88 off 52 balls after opener Nisar Ali gave the team a good 30-ball 45-run start.

Muhammad Zafar was the man of the match for his unbeaten 88. PHOTO COURTESY: PBCC

For India, Deepak Malik and Ketan Patel bagged one wicket each.

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Earlier, Pakistan beat New Zealand and England in their first two matches of the tournament.


Billa | 6 years ago | Reply They are better than the ones with normal eyes. They should swap the places with them.
Fawad | 6 years ago | Reply Our Pakistani national team with eyes needs to learn from these brave.
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