Blind Cricket World Cup:India defeated Pakistan by 7 wickets


India defeated Pakistan by 7 wickets Here at Ajman Oval Cricket Ground, Ajman UAE.

India won the toss and decided to bowl first. Pakistan Blind Cricket teams whose 5 main players including Badar Munir (who stood man of the match in previous two games) couldn’t get UAE visas (despite efforts were done at Govt level) couldn’t perform well in the game.

Pakistan made an average score of 282 runs for the loss of 8 wickets in allotted 40 overs. Muhammad Jamil remained unbeaten on 94 runs, he wasn’t as fluent in scoring and finding gaps as he is famous of, he consumed 95 balls to score his 94 runs. Nisar Ali played well for his 64 runs, Mati Ullah made 25 runs. Sunil, Deepak, Ajay Reddy and Rambir took a wicket a piece.

The target of 283 runs wasn’t challenging for the strong Indian batting line-up. India chased the target in 34.5 overs for the loss of 3 wickets. Deepak Malik scored unbeaten 79 runs and Venkatesh scored 64 runs. Zafar Iqbal took 2 wickets for 27 runs and Haroon Khan claimed 1 wicket for 46 runs.

Result: India won by 7 Wickets

Man of the Match: Deepak Malik

Most Valuable Player: Muhammad Jamil

Mr. David Richardson, the CEO, ICC, Mr. Iftikhar Hamdani, Cluster General Manager Ramada Hotel & Suites Ajman and Syed Sultan Shah Chairman Pakistan Blind Cricket Council were the guests of the occasion and distributed prizes amongst the players.

Australia vs Bangladesh:

Bangladesh defeated Australia by 7 wickets. Asked to bat, Australia made 327 runs for the loss of 9 wickets in stipulated 40 overs. Stephen Palmer scored a brilliant century.

In reply, the Captain’s innings of Tanzil-ur-Rehman helped Bangladesh to chase the target for the loss of 3 wickets in 38th over. Tanzil-ur-Rehman made 106 runs.

Result: Bangladesh won by 7 Wickets

Man of the Match: Tanzil-ur-Rehman

Most Valuable Player: Stephen Palmer

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