The India-Pakistan Asia Cup 2022 conflict noticed a number of scintillating bowling performances. Bhuvneshwar Kumar picked 4 wickets for India whereas Hardik Pandya scalped three to limit Pakistan to 147 all out in 19.5 overs. Then for Pakistan too, there have been a number of commendable performances. Teenaged T20I debutant Naseem Shah was the star of the present for Pakistan as he gave his staff an awesome begin by scalping KL Rahul (0) within the first over. Off size ball, he stunned KL Rahul, who dragged the ball on to the stumps.
Shah, who had earlier made his Take a look at and ODI debut, was a shock inclusion within the XI. Watching his efficiency from the stands was Pakistan’s left-arm pacer Shaheen Afridi, who shouldn’t be taking part in within the Asia Cup as a consequence of a leg harm. After Shah’s dismissal of Rahul, Afridi could possibly be seen applauding the hassle.
Watch: Shaheen Afridi’s response after Naseem castled Rahul
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Earlier, Hardik Pandya confirmed his excessive worth beneath excessive strain as his well-directed brief balls helped India restrict Pakistan to 147 all out. Rohit Sharma determined to chase after successful the toss and the bowlers, led by Hardik, arrange the sport properly for India.
Bhuvneshwar Kumar (4/26) was at his skillful greatest and his four-wicket haul included the prized scalp of Babar Azam (10). Nevertheless, Hardik’s envious figures of three for 25 in 4 overs, throughout the center part, triggered a Pakistani batting collapse.
Younger seamer Arshdeep Singh additionally returned respectable figures of two for 33 in his first ever look in an Indo-Pak conflict as all 10 wickets have been snapped by pace retailers, a primary for India in shortest model. The primary over of the sport bowled by Bhuvneshwar was a quite eventful one because it included two DRS calls stepping into favour of Mohammad Rizwan (43 off 42) and a straight drive from Babar. In the end, India received the match by 5 wickets.
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