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    In pics: India vs Pakistan, World T20, Match 19

    • The India and Pakistan teams during the national anthems. (Getty Images)

    • Former Pakistan cricketers Wasim Akram and Imran Khan, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Bannerjee, former Indian cricketers Sunil Gavaskar and Sachin Tendulkar pose ahead of the start of the World T20 match between India and Pakistan. (Getty Images)

    • Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan sings India's national anthem ahead of the ICC World Twenty20 match between India and Pakistan. (Getty Images)

    • India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni won the toss and chose to bowl against Pakistan. The match was reduced to 18 overs per side after a one-hour delay due to a wet outfield. (Getty Images)

    • Put in to bat on a moisture-laden Eden Gardens pitch that saw heavy rains through the day, Pakistan openers Sharjeel Khan (17) and Ahmed Shehzad (25) played cautiously at first and then lost their wickets as they tried to accelerate. (Getty Images)

    • Fresh from his match-winning exploits against Bangladesh, skipper Shahid Afridi (8) promoted himself to number three but the boom was missing from his shots this time around. (Getty Images)

    • Mahendra Singh Dhoni was quick to get his part-time off spinner Suresh Raina in after seeing the pitch turn and he struck right away by getting rid of Sharjeel Khan. (Getty Images)

    • Top-scorer Shoaib Malik (26), who hit three boundaries and a six in his 26-run innings, soon joined Akmal in the dug-out after trying to force Ashish Nehra's pace. (Getty Images)

    • Umar Akmal (22), whose 16-ball knock was studded with a boundary and a six, was caught behind off Ravindra Jadeja's left-arm spin. (Getty Images)

    • Chasing 119, India lost Rohit Sharma early for 10 runs. (Getty Images)

    • Suresh Raina was bowled by Mohammad Sami for a duck. (Getty Images)

    • Mohammed Sami gave India back-to-back jolts as he dismissed Shikhar Dhawan (6) and Suresh Raina (duck). (Getty Images)

    • Virat Kohli scored an unbeaten 55 off 37 balls as India chased down the target with 15 balls remaining to extend their unbeaten record against Pakistan in all World Cups to 11 matches. (Getty Images)

    • India's champion batsman Virat Kohli's 55* kept Pakistan winless against India in world cups as the hosts kept their semi-final hopes alive with a 4-wicket win chasing 118 in the rain-curtailed tie. (Getty Images)