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Ind vs Pak: India beat Pakistan by 89 runs (D/L method)

Hitman Rohit Sharma played an excellent knock of 140 runs who was equally supported by KL Rahul and skipper Virat Kohli and as a result, India collected 336 runs in 50 overs against Pakistan during the Cricket World Cup 2019 match played at the Manchester here on Sunday.

Shobhit Kalra

Shobhit KalraBy Shobhit Kalra

Published on 16 Jun 2019 9:30 AM GMT

Ind vs Pak: India beat Pakistan by 89 runs (D/L method)
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CWC 2019, Ind vs Pak LIVE: Rohit departs on 140; SCORE: 238/2 (39 overs)
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Manchester: Indian bowling demolished the Pakistan batting line and continued the winning streak 7-0. Pakistan lost the game by 89 runs (D/L method) with the men in green managed to score only 212/6 runs in 40 overs.

Hitman Rohit Sharma played an excellent knock of 140 runs who was equally supported by KL Rahul and skipper Virat Kohli and as a result, India collected 336 runs in 50 overs against Pakistan during the Cricket World Cup 2019 match played at the Manchester here on Sunday.

A confident India, earlier, lost the crucial toss in the match against Pakistan and will bat first in the Cricket World Cup 2019 match being played at the Manchester here on Sunday. Watch Ind vs Pak live streaming on Hotstar App and hotstar.com.

LIVE SCORE:

- India beat Pakistan by 89 runs by Duckworth Lewis rule. Pakistan was given the target of 302 runs in 40 overs after the match begun.

- Match again stops due to rain but India is in very strong position right now. As per Duckworth Lewis rule, Pak is 86 runs behind.

- Pakistan in real trouble now as Vijay Shankar picks Pak skipper Sarfaraz's wicket. Pakistan is now 166/6 in 35 overs.

- Pakistan require another 183 runs with 5 wickets and 18.0 overs remaining.

- Pandya picks two quick wickets. Mohammad Hafeez and Shoib Malik sent back to pavilion. Pakistan is 140/5 runs 30 overs

- Kuldeep Yadav puts Pakistan in trouble as after Babar Azam, the set batsman Fakhar becomes his prey. He is out on 62 runs off 75 balls. Pakistan is 126/3 in 26 overs. With his wicket, skipper Sarfaraz comes in the middle.

- Mohammad Hafeez is the new man on the crease. Pakistan is 126/2 in 25 overs.

- Kuldeep Yadav picks for India. Babar Azam goes back to pavilion after scoring 48 runs off 57 balls. Pak is 117/2 in 24 overs.

- Zaman and Babar Azam built a partnership of 100 runs off 109 balls. India needs a wicket at the moment as if this partnership continues, they will lead their team close to win.

- Fakhar Zaman completes his 50 runs off 61 balls. Pakistan is coming back into the game after losing an early wicket. Pakistan is 103/1 in 22 overs.

- Pakistan completes 50/1 runs in 13 overs.

- Pakistan is 39/1 in 10 overs.

- Vijay Shankar picks first for India as he sends Imam-ul-Haq back to pavilion. Pakistan is 20/1 in 6 overs. Babar Azam is the next man on the crease.

- A little worry for India as Bhuvneshwar Kumar is suffering from hamstring and has left the ground.

- Pakistan comes to bat to chase a mammoth total with the openers Fakhar Zaman and Imam-ul-Haq on the crease. Pakistan is 2/0 (1 over).

- India sets a massive 337 runs target for Pakistan.

- An unfortunate out for Virat Kohli as he walks out but he was not out. India is 327/5 in 49 overs.

- Amir does it again for Pakistan as he picks Kohli's wicket on a bouncer. India is 316/5 (48 overs)

- Cheerful news coming from the middle as Blues come to bat again.

- Players walks off the crease as rain starts.

- Mohammad Amir has only impressed with the bowl as he took two wickets and gave just 34 runs. Rest all the bowlers remain super expensive and especially Hasan Ali who gave 84 runs in his 9 overs. Ali and Riaz took one wicket each.

- India is 302/4 in 46 overs.

- India is 298/4 in 45 overs. Five overs left from here. MS Dhoni departs.

- Virat Kohli reaches another milestone. Completes the fastest 11,000 runs in One Day International game.

- Hardik Pandya walks back to pavilion. He scored 26 runs off 19 balls. MS Dhoni walks in the middle to bat.

- Virat Kohli completes his 50 runs off 51 balls.

- India is 274/2 in 43 overs.

- India is 254/2 in 40 overs. Kohli and Pandya are on the crease.

- Rohit Sharma departs after scoring 140 runs off 112 balls with 14 fours and 3 sixes.

- After 37 overs, India is 220/1.

- India completes 200 runs in 34 overs. India is 206/1 in 35 overs.

- Hitman Rohit Sharma flaunts a brilliant knock and still continues to display. He completes his 100 runs off just 85 balls.

- Skipper Virat Kohli comes in to bat. India is 160/1 in 27 overs.

- KL Rahul departs at 57 runs off 78 balls. India is 136/1 (23 overs).

- KL Rahul also completes his half century in 70 balls. A sensible inning. India is 123/0 in 22 overs.

- India has cemented itself well in the game. Pressure on Pakistan building continuously. India is 113/0 in 21 overs.

- After 15 overs, India is 87/0. Rohit is unbeaten on 57 runs off 47 balls. KL Rahul is batting at 32 runs of 46 balls.

- Rohit Sharma completes his half century in just 34 balls. India is 80/0 (13 overs)

- After 11 overs, India is 62 runs.

- Rohit Sharma 31 runs off 24 balls, KL Rahul 10 runs off 24 balls. India is 42/0 in 8 overs.

- India is 20/0 in 5 overs.

India brings in Vijay Shankar as replacement for injured Shikhar Dhawan. KL Rahul, however, will open the innings with Rohit Sharma.

Pakistan is playing with two spinners - Shadab Khan and Imad Wasim against India.

India: 1 Rohit Sharma, 2 KL Rahul, 3 Virat Kohli (capt), 4 Vijay Shankar, 5 MS Dhoni (wk), 6 Kedhar Jadhav, 7 Hardik Pandya, 8 Bhuvneshwar Kumar, 9 Kuldeep Yadav, 10 Yuzvendra Chahal, 11 Jasprit Bumrah

Pakistan: 1 Imam-ul-Haq, 2 Fakhar Zaman, 3 Babar Azam, 4 Mohammad Hafeez, 5 Sarfaraz Ahmed (capt & wk), 6 Shoaib Malik, 7 Imad Wasim, 8 Shadab Khan, 9 Wahab Riaz, 10 Hasan Ali 11 Mohammad Amir

Shobhit Kalra

Shobhit Kalra

Writer has 10 years of experience in digital media. Presently working as Chief Sub Editor at newstrack.com. An avid reader and always willing to learn new things and techniques.

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