India Had No Answer To Pakistan’s Pacers As Rain Saved India

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Shaheen Shah Afridi, Haris Rauf, and Naseem Shah, the pace attack for the Pakistan cricket team, have won much appreciation from netizens and professionals when the trio claimed all ten wickets in their encounter against India.
After Shaheen Shah Afridi began the counter early in the innings by removing Indian captain Rohit Sharma, the Indian side was restricted to 266.
Shaheen then struck out Virat Kohli, who is the key and top batsman for India.
The Green Shirts’ victory over India was confirmed because Pakistani pacers claimed all 10 of India’s wickets and restricted the opponent in achieveable target however, rain saved India.

While Rauf and Naseem Shah each eliminated three Indian batters, Afridi got four wickets, bringing the Indian team’s total down to 266 in 48.5 overs.

Experts and cricket fans around the world praised the Pakistani pacers’ excellent performance.
Irfan Pathan, a former Indian bowler, praised Shaheen Shah Afridi on X (formerly Twitter). He referred to it as “high-class bowling” on the social networking site.
Harsha Bhogle, a well-known sports journalist and commentator from India, added, “You can see high-quality fast bowling in white ball cricket too.”
Ian Bishop, a former cricketer for the West Indies, too praised Pakistan for having a strong pace attack.

Read More: ICC World Cup 2023 Trophy To Tour Pakistan Soon

Pakistan-India matches

As Pakistan reached into the top four, if India manages to beat Nepal then India will also qualify for the top four. If both wins their matches in the top four stage, then they can again meet in the final of the Asia Cup 2023.

Meanwhile, as Pakistan’s government gave a green light to Green Team to visit India to participate in ICC World Cup 2023 the Pakistan is set to play India on 14th October.

October 14 – ICC World Cup 2023 – Ahmedabad – 1:30pm (PST)

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