India vs Pakistan, T20 Asia Cup 2022 Super 4 Highlights: PAK beat IND by five wickets – The Indian Express

  • September 17, 2022

India vs Pakistan Asia Cup 2022 Super 4, Highlights: Pakistan beat India by five wickets in their Super 4 game of the Asia Cup here on Sunday. Chasing 182 for a win, Pakistan overhauled the target with one ball to spare. Mohammad Rizwan top-scored with 71 off 51 balls while Mohammad Nawaz chipped in with 42 as Pakistan reached 182 for 5 in 19.5 overs.
For India, all the bowlers — Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Ravi Bishnoi, Hardik Pandya, Arshdeep Singh and Yuzvendra Chahal — took a wicket apiece. Invited to bat, India posted 181 for 7. Virat Kohli top-scored for India with 60 off 44 balls, while KL Rahul and captain Rohit Sharma contributed 28 apiece. For Pakistan, Shadab Khan picked up two wickets for 31 runs, while Mohammad Hasnain, Haris Rauf, Naseem Shah and Mohammad Nawaz took a wicket each.
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Babar Azam: Our effort is to keep it simple. Ups and downs will keep happening. They got the edge the way they utilised the powerplay. But our bowlers made a comeback. Rizwan and Nawaz partnership was the turning point. I had a hunch Nawaz would be key against legspinners (about his promotion).
Rohit Sharma: “I think the form is brilliant. Needed someone to bat long when the others were getting out. He batted with that tempo as well. Virat getting that score was crucial from the team’s point of view.”
Rohit Sharma: “A game like that can take a lot. We were calm even when there was a partnership between Rizwan and Nawaz. But that partnership obviously went a little long and they batted brilliantly. Games like this can bring the best out of them if they deliver. These are the games that can make them. They’ve done it in the past. There’s a class in the other team as well. And we’re not surprised with that. We understand the pitch gets slightly better in the second innings. It’s a good learning for us. I thought it was a good score. Any pitch, any conditions when you get 180 it’s a good score.”
It could well have been real tight – who knows it might even have been game set match India – had Arshdeep Singh taken the catch of Asif Ali in the 18th over. Pakistan required 32 runs in 15 balls when Asif got a top edge on the slog sweep off Ravi Bishnoi and the ball swirled to Arshdeep at short third man. He was all cool about it, perhaps too cool, as he tried to pouch it nonchalantly. And it popped out of his hand, to his horror. 

And when he saw Asif Ali looting Bhubaneshwar Kumar for 19 runs next over, it might have broken a lesser man. Not Arshdeep. He produced a stunning last over to take the game ever so close. Defending just 7, he took out Asif with a yorker in the third ball to push the game to 2 from 2. But redemption wasn’t on cards on the night, and a low full toss was hit over his head for two. And even as the fielder released a weak throw from the deep and before the batsmen completed the second run, Arshdeep flicked out the bails at the non-striker’s end. The LED lights lit up, and the light went out of India’s resistance.
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Mohammad Rizwan: “The whole world is watching this match. This game is as valuable as a final. Every player will try to go give his 100%. The plan, as always, was to score against the new ball with one of us (himself and Babar Azam) batting long. As Pandya said he wanted to do in last match, I tried to stay till the end. We know our strengths, we have depth in our batting, we have power-hitters who are capable of hitting around 45 runs off the last four overs. So we didn’t panic.”
Another Sunday that brought a bunch of heart palpitations for both sets of fans. Pakistan emerge victorious towards the end of it. A brilliant chase of 182 that puts them on equal points with Sri Lanka. The two teams that had lost a match each in the group stages now lead the table in Super 4. This tournament just got more exciting!
Another full toss from Arshdeep and Iftikhar Ahmed slashes it down, gives Pakistan time enough for two and they have done it. A five wicket win and points off their first Super 4 match. Celebrations worthy of the win, their highest chase against India in the format.  
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WOW!
Far from over this game as Arshdeep has Asif Ali lbw on the fourth delivery. Two runs needed off two balls now. 
Asif Ali picks a lower full toss from Arshdeep, deep in his crease, and hits it down the ground for a four. Two needed off four balls. 
Asif Ali adjusts himself outside the off stump to pick that slower wide delivery from Bhuvneshwar Kumar. Two more boundaries in the over for Pakistan. Guess where the equation is. Exactly where it was last Sunday but for the other team. Seven needed off the last six.
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Good over that from Ravi Bishnoi, one with lots of drama. A wide that was reviewed for about five minutes for a caught behind. Arshdeep Singh drops Asif Ali! How costly will that prove to be for India at this stage? Pakistan need 26 off the last 12 balls.
Hardik Pandya gets rid of Mohammad Rizwan. Gets him to chip it straight to Suryakumar Yadav at long off. Pakistan 148/4 after 17 overs. Guess where India were at this stage, 148/5.
Just the wicket India needed. Bhuvneshwar Kumar gets Mohammad Nawaz to sky one straight into Deepak Hooda’s hands at long off. Brilliant over this for India, only four off it. Pakistan three down for 139 after 16 overs. 
ASIA CUP 2022. WICKET! 15.3: Mohammad Nawaz 42(20) ct Deepak Hooda b Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Pakistan 136/3 https://t.co/Yn2xZGToSl #INDvPAK #AsiaCup2022
Three boundaries off that Yuzvendra Chahal over with Mohammad Nawaz sweeping twice for eight and Mohammad Rizwan adding four more courtesy of his cut shot. Pakistan accumulate 16 runs from the over, 135/2 after 15 overs.
Been quite the contrasting India-Pakistan night for Hardik Pandya as compared to the one last Sunday. With the bat, with the ball. Mohammad Nawaz keeps the boundaries coming with that four through the extra cover region followed by a lucky edge glazing off a bouncer that goes past the keeper. 12 runs off the over, 35 overall off Pandya. Pakistan now need 63 off 36 balls.
Only right that these two events happened on the same ball. Mohammad Rizwan is integral to Pakistan’s T20 side and integral to their T20 chase today.  Read more on that here.
11 runs off that Arshdeep over. Pakistan are 107/2 after 13 overs. 
Consecutive half-centuries for @iMRizwanPak 👏

The opening batter is playing an important innings 🙌#AsiaCup2022 | #INDvPAK pic.twitter.com/JlkrZPwkf2
Another over, another six for Pakistan but the asking rate still against them. Mohammad Nawaz picks up Bishnoi’s googly and sends way beyond the midwicket boundary. But the 21-year-old makes a strong comeback in the over, only four more runs off it. Pakistan, 96/2 after 12 overs.
10 runs off that Chahal over, his third of the night. Rizwan picked the leggie off his first ball, a full toss dispatched for a six over midwicket. Pakistan, 86/2 after 11 overs.
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106 runs needed off 60 deliveries. Pakistan will need Rizwan and Nawaz to raise the boundary bar now. Would be interesting to see how India utilise their pacers, given the no help policy of this wicket for the quicks. 
Hardik Pandya comes back into the attack and is picked up by Mohammad Nawaz off his second delivery. Much needed six for Pakistan, but they’ll need more of them. 9 runs off the over. The scoreboard reads 76/2.
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India vs Pakistan Highlights: Pakistan vs India in the Super 4 match of Asia Cup 2022
India: Rohit Sharma (c), KL Rahul, Virat Kohli, Suryakumar Yadav, Rishabh Pant, Deepak Hooda, Dinesh Karthik, Hardik Pandya, Ravindra Jadeja, R Ashwin, Yuzvendra Chahal, Ravi Bishnoi, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Arshdeep Singh, Avesh Khan.
Pakistan: Babar Azam (c), Shadab Khan, Asif Ali, Fakhar Zaman, Haider Ali, Haris Rauf, Iftikhar Ahmed, Khushdil Shah, Mohammad Nawaz, Mohammad Rizwan, Naseem Shah, Shahnawaz Dahani, Usman Qadir, Mohammed Hasnain, Hasan Ali
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