India has maintained its unbeaten recorded against Pakistan in ODI world cup matches by defeating them with a seven -wicket this victory marks their eight consecutive triumph over their arch-rival India won the match by performing well in all aspects of the game they outperformed Pakistan in batting, bowling and fielding this victory marks India’s third consecutive win in the tournament.
Rohit Sharma who played exceptionally well like his previous game against Afghanistan scored a quick 86 runs off 63 balls putting a lot of pressure on the Pakistani bowlers he emphasised the importance of his role as a captain particularly in selecting the right players for specific task in the team.
Rohit Sharma the captain explained that his role is crucial in assessing the match conditions and choosing the best player for each task he highlighted that the team had clear plans and knew their batting order well before the world cup avoiding confusion about plays position
The Indian bowlers, including Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Siraj, Hardik Pandya, Kuldeep Yadav, and Ravindra Jadeja, all performed well together. Each of them took two wickets, and collectively they managed to dismiss the Pakistani team for a total of 191 runs in 42.5 overs.
Rohit Sharma praised the bowlers for their excellent performance. Initially, Pakistan looked like they might score nearly 300 runs. However, the Indian bowlers turned the game around by causing Pakistan to lose 8 wickets for just 36 runs, which was a significant collapse and played a crucial role in India’s victory.
Rohit Sharma credited the bowlers for their vital role in the game. He felt the pitch could have allowed a higher score than 190. Initially, Pakistan appeared on track to score 280 runs. However, the Indian bowlers displayed determination, which is a quality they take pride in. Rohit also mentioned that they have six bowlers in the team who can all contribute effectively when given the ball.
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