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India defeated Pakistan in Asia Cup 2022 by 5 wickets

India defeated Pakistan in Asia Cup 2022 by 5 wickets after chasing the target of 148 with just 2 balls remaining.

Whenever we hear about a cricket match between Pakistan and India we see the next level of excitement in fans all around the world just because both these countries have not good relationship since their independence. Both countries have the strongest militaries and both countries possess nuclear weapons.

The match between Pakistan and India was held in Dubai UAE on August 28th 2022. Both teams played well with one winning team grabs the title of champions.

For both countries, it doesn’t matter a lot if they win the series or not but what matter is to not get defeated by each other because both are considered enemies to each other and both countries just don’t want to get defeated by enemies.

According to our sources just alone in Pakistan on Daraz.pk app more than 20 million people were watching the match. Many families and youngsters gathered at parks and public places to watch the match on big screens.

India won the toss and elected to bowl first Pakistan played well at the beginning but in final overs Pakistan faced too much pressure and one by one all wickets were gone at 147 the target was not much from Pakistan which was also the reason for their defeat against India.

People from Pakistan appreciated the team for good bowling as well as suggested to play better next time without taking pressure. The big loss for Pakistan was the wicket of Babar Azam.

India scored 148 runs with a loss of 5 wickets just 2 balls were remaining when Pandya smashed a beautiful 6 for India and hence makes a victory against Pakistan in Asia cup 2022.

Shayan Hussain
Shayan Hussain
Shayan Hussain is the founder and owner of Pakistan Morning Post. He is also a YouTuber and Freelancer. The sole purpose of Pakistan Morning Post is to share updates independently about Pakistan and rest of the world.



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