Fans and players held contrasting emotions after India's World Cup thrashing of Pakistan
MANCHESTER: Fans and players held contrasting emotions after India’s World Cup thrashing of Pakistan on Sunday.
India extended their unbeaten World Cup run against Pakistan to seven matches after their 89-run victory via DLS method in Manchester.
The match was watched by a passionate capacity crowd at Old Trafford and an estimated television audience of around one billion.
India and Pakistan supporters cheer on their teams. PHOTO: AFP
Pakistan’s Shoaib Malik and India’s Shikhar Dhawan share a light moment during a drinks break. PHOTO: AFP
India’s Rohit Sharma celebrates his century with Virat Kohli. PHOTO: REUTERS
India and Pakistan fans. PHOTO: REUTERS
Pakistan’s Mohammad Amir celebrates after his dismissal of India’s captain Virat Kohli. PHOTO: AFP
India’s Vijay Shankar celebrates the wicket of Pakistan’s Imam-ul-Haq with team mates. PHOTO: REUTERS
An Indian fan holds up a banner during the match. PHOTO: REUTERS
Pakistan’s Wahab Riaz celebrates with teammates after the dismissal of India’s K L Rahul. PHOTO: AFP
Amir talks to India’s Virat Kohli. PHOTO: Twitter/@espncricinfo
India and Pakistan supporters pose for a photograph. PHOTO: AFP
India’s Virat Kohil shakes hands with Pakistan’s Imad Wasim after the match. PHOTO: REUTERS
Pakistan and India flags. PHOTO: REUTERS