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Another impossible win over Pakistan, heroes changed: Pant’s unusual batting, first class keeping; Bumrah’s every over turned the match… Analysis

Another impossible win over Pakistan, heroes changed: Pant’s unusual batting, first class keeping; Bumrah’s every over turned the match… Analysis


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India once again registered an impossible win over Pakistan in the World Cup. The challenge was to not let a team like Pakistan score 120 runs in a T20 match. Team India did it. This is a record win. Never before had India defended such a small score in a T20 International.

After India’s victory, Virat or Rohit’s name is not being heard. The heroes of victory have changed. Now Rishabh Pant’s unusual batting is being discussed. Bumrah’s bowling has surprised everyone. Axar Patel’s one over became the winning factor.

Jasprit Bumrah after dismissing Pakistan captain Babar Azam.

Jasprit Bumrah after dismissing Pakistan captain Babar Azam.

India defeated Pakistan for the 7th time in 8 matches of T20 World Cup. After the victory, the happiness of Indian fans is on the seventh sky and they are saying…we won again.

This match was played at Nassau Stadium in New York, where the pitches have become a nightmare for batsmen. 5 matches have been played in Nassau including the India-Pakistan match. Out of these, 3 matches were won by the chasing team, while only 2 were won by the team batting first. India is also included in these.

Why a score of just 119 became like a mountain for the Pakistani team, read the analysis…

1. Match winner- Bumrah turned the game in every over

  • first over Before this match, Jasprit Bumrah had played only 2 matches in the T20 World Cup against Pakistan. He bowled 7 overs and conceded 54 runs. In Nassau, Bumrah was given the ball in the third over. Till then India had not got any success. Bumrah bowled a fast ball and Rizwan played a shot on the fine leg, Shivam Dubey, who was fielding here, dropped the catch. Bumrah put pressure, but was unlucky.
  • second over Bumrah was bowling his second and the team’s 5th over. Babar had hit a four, but Bumrah had already spun a web. He bowled a fast ball which in-swung and took the edge of Babar’s bat and went into Suryakumar’s hands. Surya took a brilliant diving catch. India got its first success in the power play.
  • third over 14 overs were over. Pakistan had scored 80 runs after losing 3 wickets and victory was just 40 runs away. Rizwan was at the crease and was playing after scoring 31 runs. Bumrah came and clean bowled Rizwan on the very first ball. Rizwan failed in front of the tremendous inswing. This was the same moment when Team India made a comeback in the match.
Bumrah clean bowled Rizwan on the very first ball of the 15th over.

Bumrah clean bowled Rizwan on the very first ball of the 15th over.

  • fourth over 12 balls were left and 21 runs. Iftikhar and Imad Wasim were playing. Rohit called Bumrah to bowl. Bumrah gave only 3 runs. Dangerous batsman Iftikhar was dismissed. After this Arshdeep had to bowl. He got 18 runs for his over. This over of Bumrah turned the match around.

2. Heroes of Victory

Rishabh Pant
During India’s batting, the Nassau pitch started showing its temper right from the beginning. Virat had returned to the pavilion. Rishabh Pant came to the crease in the second over. Rohit Sharma also got out in the third over. The situation was difficult. Pant started batting in his own style. He fell down and hit a shot, played a switch hit. 3 catches were also missed, but Pant knew that it is important to score runs quickly on the Nassau pitch, because batting will become difficult later on. Thanks to Pant’s 42-run innings, India reached 119.

Now he had to play the role of wicketkeeping. In the 13th over, Fakhar Zaman tried to pull Pandya’s short ball. The ball went high in the air. Pant ran backwards and took the catch while jumping.

In the 17th over, the ball was again in Hardik’s hand. Shadab Khan was playing a shot by stepping back. Hardik suddenly threw a fast bouncer. Shadab tried to pull and the ball went towards the short final leg. Pant took the catch while running.

20th over, the most crucial over of the match. 18 runs were needed to win. Imad Wasim moved towards the leg side on the very first ball of Arshdeep. Arshdeep followed and bowled a yorker. The ball took the edge of the bat and went rapidly towards the leg side, but Pant took a brilliant catch while diving to his right.

Axar Patel
When Team India was in trouble, 2 wickets fell for 19 runs. Then Akshar Patel stopped the dangerous balls. He supported Rishabh Pant and made a crucial partnership of 39 runs. He scored 20 runs. When he came to bowl, he kept the Pakistani batsmen tied down. He gave only 11 runs in 2 overs and took the wicket of Usman Khawaja.

The 16th over was amazing. Pakistan needed 37 runs from 30 balls. Only 2 runs were given from 6 balls and the pressure on Pakistan increased. After this over, the Pakistani team came under pressure because now it needed 35 runs from 24 balls.

Arshdeep Singh
Pakistan needed 18 runs to win in the last over. They created pressure by taking a wicket on the first ball. They did not allow any boundary on the second and third balls. Naseem Shah hit a boundary on the fourth and fifth balls but Arshdeep kept his composure. Pakistan needed 8 runs to win. Arshdeep had to bowl only wides and no-balls. Arshdeep bowled a low full-toss on the off stump, only one run was scored. Pakistan lost the match by 6 runs.

hardik pandya
Hardik scored only 7 runs in batting. When he came to bowl, he gave away 19 runs in the first 2 overs, but captain Rohit kept faith in him. He was again given the ball in the 13th over. Hardik dismissed Fakhar Zaman on a short ball and gave away just 1 run. Then he came to bowl the 17th over. He dismissed Shadab Khan and gave away just 5 runs. His bowling played an important role in India’s victory.

3. The Turning Point

Wicket of Mohammad Rizwan
Chasing 120 runs, Pakistan had scored 80 runs in 14 overs with 7 wickets in hand. In this condition, Pakistan was winning the match easily. Bumrah bowled the 15th over. He bowled the set Rizwan on the first ball. Rizwan’s dismissal proved to be a big turning point.

Bumrah’s 19th over
Pakistan needed 21 runs in 2 overs. In such a situation, Jaspreet Bumrah, who was bowling the 19th over, gave only 3 runs. He dismissed an experienced and dangerous batsman like Iftikhar. This over increased the pressure on the Pakistani batsmen a lot.

4. Reasons for Pakistan’s defeat

  • Poor fielding, dropped 4 catches Pakistan’s fielding was poor. During the Indian innings, Pakistani players dropped 4 catches, out of which 3 catches were dropped by Rishabh Pant. The first catch was dropped when Pant was on 8 runs. If the catch had been taken, Team India would not have reached 119.
  • Pakistan’s slow-batting Pakistan was chasing 120 runs. There was a need to score runs quickly in the power play so that the target could be reached easily. Pakistan scored only 35 runs in the power play. India scored 50 runs. Rizwan and Babar shared a 26-run partnership in 28 balls. Pakistan’s overall run rate was 5.65. India batted at a run rate of 6.26. Rizwan stayed for a long time, but batted slowly. He scored 31 runs in 44 balls. The strike rate was 70.
  • Top and middle order failed The top and middle order of the Pakistani team failed. Apart from Rizwan, no other batsman could cross the 15-run mark.
  • Lost wickets continuously, middle order scored only 37 runs The top scorer from Pakistan was Rizwan who scored 31 runs. He was followed by Imad Wasim who scored 15 runs. Apart from these two, no batsman could cross the 15 run mark. The batsmen at number 4, 5, 6 and 7 added only 37 runs.

5. Fighter of the Match – Naseem Shah

When Naseem Shah came to bowl, he sent batsmen like Virat Kohli, Axar Patel and Shivam Dubey to the pavilion. Gave only 21 runs in 4 overs. Came to bat at number 9. 18 runs were needed in the 20th over when he came to bat. He also scored 10 runs in 4 balls at a strike rate of 250, but could not win the match. The pain of this defeat also came out. Naseem started crying, then Shaheen Shah Afridi tried to console him.

After the defeat, Naseem Shah became emotional and started crying on the field. Afridi consoled him.

After the defeat, Naseem Shah became emotional and started crying on the field. Afridi consoled him.

Playing-11 of both the teams

India: Rohit Sharma (captain), Virat Kohli, Suryakumar Yadav, Rishabh Pant (wicketkeeper), Shivam Dube, Hardik Pandya, Axar Patel, Ravindra Jadeja, Jasprit Bumrah, Arshdeep Singh and Mohammed Siraj.

Pakistan: Mohammad Rizwan (wicketkeeper), Babar Azam (captain), Usman Khan, Fakhar Zaman, Shadab Khan, Iftikhar Ahmed, Imad Wasim, Shaheen Afridi, Haris Rauf, Naseem Shah and Mohammad Aamir.

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