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Ind vs Pak T20 WC 2022: One ball of Mohammed Shami spoiled the whole plan of Pakistan, the team’s dream was broken


Pakistan set a target of 160 runs in front of India
One wicket of Mohammed Shami fell heavily on Pakistan

New Delhi. The Pakistan cricket team came out to play against India in the ICC T20 World Cup on Sunday 23 October. Indian captain Rohit Sharma won the toss and decided to bowl. The first four teams were fit for India and after that the bowlers pushed Pakistan on the back foot with their performance. Although 8 wickets fell during this innings, but a ball from Mohammad Sami hurt Pakistan the most.

Batting first against India, Pakistan scored 159 runs for 8 wickets. Young Arshdeep Singh first dismissed captain Babar Azam and then top-form opener Mohammad Rizwan. After these two blows, the Pakistan team took care of themselves; Shan Masood and Iftikhar Ahmed put a partnership of fifty runs on sight. The team seemed to be moving up to the big score easily but only then Shami presented the view of his experience. Here something happened that completely turned the match upside down.

One ball from Shami spoiled Pakistan’s plan

Iftikhar along with Shaan pulled the Pakistan team out of trouble. Both had also started shooting day by day. Iftikhar completed his half-century off 32 balls, hitting 4 sixes and 2 fours. When he looked dangerous, then Shami trapped him in front of the wicket and forced him to go back by lbw.

With the break of Iftikhar and Shaan, the hope of a big score for Pakistan was also shattered. Hardik came and took three consecutive wickets and later the Pakistan team barely managed to reach 159 runs for 8 wickets. Shami took only one wicket in this match for 25 runs in 4 overs, but the wicket which had become difficult for Team India.

Tags: IND vs PAK, India Vs Pakistan, Mohammad Shami, T20 World Cup, T20 World Cup 2022



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