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Rain continues to play spoilsport as match between Pakistan and India halted after one over

By News Desk

June 9, 2024 08:32 PM


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Rain continued to play spoilsport as the match between Pakistan and India at the Twent20 World Cup was stopped just after one over.

Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli started for India while Shaheen Sha Afridi led the proceedings from the Pakistan side.

Sharma hit SHaheen for a six as India were 8-0 after the first over.

Earlier, more rain arrived to further delay the start of the blockbuster Twenty20 World Cup clash between Pakistan and India. After a downpour for a few minutes, the rain stopped and the match started at 8:20pm. 

There is no reserve day for the match and the teams would share a point each in case of a wipeout. However, there are additional 90 minutes added to the regulation time to get a full 40-over match.  

Pakistan Sunday won the toss and elected to bat first against the Rohit Sharma-led India in their Group A match at the Nassau County International Cricket Stadium in New York — the 34,000-capacity venue built earlier this year.

Imad Wasim returns for the high-octane clash to replace Azam Kha, the only change made by Pakistan from the squad that faced defeat from the USA.


News Desk


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