Pakistan defeats India by 128 runs | Emerging Asia Cup 2023

All around, Pakistan Shaheens beat India A by 128 runs in the Emerging Asia Cup final on Sunday in Colombo, Sri Lanka. With a goal of 353 runs, India was out after 40 overs with 224 runs.Spinner Sufiyan Muqeem gave the Men in Blue a lot of trouble by taking three important wickets, including opener Abhishek Sharma, who scored 61, captain Yash Dull, who was set at 39 off 41, and Harshit Rana, who got 13. He also gave up 66 runs in 10 overs. Mohammad Wasim, Mehran Mumtaz, and Arshad Iqbal all took two wickets. Abhishek Sharma, the opener for India, scored the most runs with 61 runs in 51 balls. Read out complete details about Pakistan defeats India by 128 runs in Emerging Asia Cup 2023 down below.

Pakistan defeats India by 128 runs | Emerging Asia Cup 2023

On a good batting surface, Pakistan A gave India A a goal of 353 runs. When Pakistan was asked to bat first, middle-order player Tayyab Tahir made a great hundred that helped them put up a huge score. Pakistan was in trouble after losing five wickets for only 187 runs, but Tahir attacked the Indian bowlers and hit 12 fours and four sixes to score 108 runs in only 71 balls. His hit rate of 152.11 was very good.

Pakistan got off to a good start. Openers Sahibzada Farhan (65 runs in 62 balls) and Saim Ayub (59 runs in 51 balls) both scored 50s, and the two of them added 121 runs together before the first wicket fell. But India quickly got back on track by taking wickets in the middle overs. With Mubasir Khan, who got 35 runs, Tahir added 126 runs in 98 balls. Rajvardhan Hangargekar and Riyan Parag took two wickets for the Men in Blue. In the final, India A won the coin toss and chose to bowl first against Pakistan A. Pakistan made one change, putting Mehran Mumtaz in place of Amad Butt.

India kept their semis lineup

India didn’t make any changes from the semis. It is important to note that India A beat Bangladesh A by 51 runs in the Emerging Asia Cup’s second semi-final on Friday. Bangladesh was bowled out for 160 runs while trying to reach a goal of 212 runs. This took 34.2 overs. On the other hand, Pakistan A beat Sri Lanka A by 60 runs to make it to the final of the Asian game. Also, Arshad Iqbal, a fast bowler with a right arm, got his first wicket.

List A five-for helped Pakistan A bowl out their opponents for 262 runs, less than their goal of 323 runs. Thus, the Pakistani team’s captain, Babar Azam, went to see the Pakistan Shaheens before Saturday’s Emerging Asia Cup final. Babar, who is 28 years old, was seen talking to the players and giving them the confidence boost they needed as they prepared for the final against India A. Mohammad Haris, Saim Ayub, Shahnawaz Dahani, and the other players were all sitting and listening to the captain.


India A: B Sai Sudharsan, Abhishek Sharma, Nikin Jose, Yash Dhull (capt), Riyan Parag. Nishant Sindhu, Dhruv Jurel (wk), Manav Suthar, Yuvrajsinh Dodiya, Harshit Rana, Rajvardhan Hangargekar.

Pakistan A: Saim Ayub, Sahibzada Farhan, Omair Yousuf, Tayyab Tahir, Qasim Akram, Mohammad Haris (capt, wk), Mubasir Khan, Mehran Mumtaz, Mohammad Wasim, Arshad Iqbal, Sufiyan Muqeem

    Gulfishaa Avaan
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    Gulfishaa is writer who delivers engaging and informative news on sports to readers of Ten Sports TV Website.



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