Pakistan vs India WCL: Unbeaten Pakistan Triumphs Over India in World Championship of Legends

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Pakistan vs India WCL: Unbeaten Pakistan Triumphs Over India in World Championship of Legends
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In the exciting game of Pakistan vs India WCL, the India team faced a defeat by 68 runs in the eighth game of the World Championship of Legends 2024 at Edgbaston Stadium in Birmingham on Saturday.

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This was Pakistan’s third consecutive victory under the captaincy of Younis Khan, The Pakistan team is also top of the points table after beating Australia, West Indies, and India.

In the Pakistan vs India WCL, the green shirts posted a total of 243 runs at the loss of 4 wickets, the opening pair of Pakistan provided a long partnership to a team of 145 runs. Kamran Akmal and Sharjeel Khan both were amazing with bat on the day. The duo hit 145 runs for the first wicket before Sharjeel departed in the 11th over.


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Sharjeel scored seven fours and five sixes to make a 30-ball 72. Kamran persisted in his aggressive style, reaching 77 off 40 balls before being knocked out by Pawan Negi in the 14th over.

Sohaib Maqsood gave a powerful 26-ball 51, rubbing his shoulders in the midst. He scored two fours and five sixes.

Shoaib Malik was still not out on 18 balls and 25 runs when Shahid Afridi fell for a golden duck.


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At the beginning of the chase, India responded forcefully, with Robin Uthappa scoring 22 off of 12 balls. He was removed by Sohail Khan, giving Pakistan their first wicket.

In an attempt to put pressure on the Men in Green, Ambati Rayadu and Suresh Raina teamed up, but Shoaib Malik defeated Rayadu (39), putting India under duress.

India was unable to accelerate, thus Malik controlled the run rate. To further compound the damage, Wahab Riaz launched an attack, dismissing Irfan Pathan (15) and Pawan Negi (1) in one over.

Raina fought the only match before Sohail Tanvir bowled him in the 19th over. With 40 balls, the left-hander scored 52 runs.

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Anureet Singh’s 14-ball 20* helped India narrow the lead to 175/9 in their 20 overs.

Wahab finished with figures of 3/22, while Malik claimed three wickets for 38.

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