India versus Pakistan Asia Cup 2018: India versus Bhuvneshwar, three wickets for 15 runs, Jadhav won three wickets for 23 runs, Jaspreet Bumrah scored two for 23 and Kuldeep took one wicket for 37 runs.
India versus Pakistan Asia Cup 2018: In the eagerly awaited Asia Cup 2018, India crushed most outstanding opponents Pakistan by eight wickets. Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Kedar Jadhav, and Ujjwendra Chahal put on a splendid knocking down some pins, India rejected the whole Pakistani group for only 163 runs. While knocking down some pins first in hurl at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium, India played out Pakistan for only 163 keeps running on the splendid rocking the bowling alley by Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Kedar Jadhav, and Yuswendra Chahal. The Indian group, playing the second successive match, effortlessly accomplished the objective by losing two wickets in 29 overs.
Chief and opener Rohit Sharma, alongside Shikhar Dhawan, began the group early. Sharma scored 52 while Dhawan scored 46 runs. After both were expelled, Dinesh Karthik and Ambani Raidu scored an unbeaten 31-31, and Pakistan tasted the greatest annihilation on account of the rest of the balls.
This is the greatest thrashing as far as balls in the historical backdrop of Pakistan’s Asia Cup competition. In the Asia Cup between India and Pakistan, the distinction of annihilation and thrashing is currently 6-5. With this, Rohit Sharma has turned into the fifth Indian commander to begin with a win against Pakistan. Prior to that, Bishan Singh Bedi, Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly, and Mahendra Singh Dhoni won their first match against Pakistan in their captaincy.
Kedar Jadhav’s rocking the bowling alley was fabulous. He spent a short run and sent three Pakistani batsmen back to the structure. This is the first occasion when that when an Indian, who came into number 7 or after, took three wickets in one-dayers.
— Gentlemen's Game (@DRVcricket) September 19, 2018
Rohit Sharma scored 50 keeps running in 36 balls with his quickest fifty in ODI profession. This is the second quickest fifty in the Asia Cup against Pakistan. Pakistani batsman Shoaib Malik was run out for the third time in Asia Cup. Presently he is second in the rundown of batsmen to come up short on this competition.
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