IND vs PAK: These 2 overs were the turning point in the India-Pakistan match, Team India lost their chance
Newz Fast, New Delhi: At the same time, there were two overs in the Indian innings from where the match went to Pakistan. These overs became the turning point of the India and Pakistan match.
In the Super-4 match of the Asia Cup, the Indian team had to face defeat by 5 wickets against Pakistan. In this match, the bowler showed a very bad game from Team India.
At the same time, there were two overs in the Indian innings from where the match went to Pakistan. These overs became the turning point of the India and Pakistan match.
If Team India had shown the best game in these overs, then the result of the match could have been different.
Arshdeep Singh dropped the catch
In the match against India and Pakistan, India's captain Rohit Sharma got the 18th over done by Ravi Bishnoi. Ravi Bishnoi was bowling well in the match and he did the same in the 18th over.
Then two new batsmen of Pakistan were on the crease. But on the third ball of the same over, Arshdeep Singh dropped the catch of Pakistani batsman Asif Ali, which was heavy for Team India later. After this, Ashif Ali scored 16 runs in 8 balls to give victory to Pakistan.
Bhuvneshwar Kumar flopped
Bhuvneshwar Kumar is considered the master of death overs, but against Pakistan, he did not appear in the rhythm at all. Captain Rohit Sharma got him 19th and he proved to be very expensive in this over.
Bhuvneshwar Kumar spent a total of 19 in this over, due to which the Pakistan team did not have much runs left to get in the last over. Had Bhuvneshwar Kumar had given less runs in this over, then perhaps the result of the match would have been different.
Bowlers are completely ineffective
The bowlers of the Indian team did not appear in the beginning of the match at all. Mohammad Rizwan scored a lot of runs in this bowler. At the same time, Mohammad Nawaz scored 42 runs in just 20 balls to win the match for the Pakistani team.
For India, Bhuvneshwar Kumar scored 40 runs in four overs, Arshdeep Singh scored 27 runs in four overs, Hardik Pandya scored 44 runs in four overs and Yuzvendra Chahal scored 43 runs in four overs. Ravi Bishnoi was the only bowler whose balls showed strength.