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India vs Pakistan, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Match at Manchester - Highlights: As it Happened

Cricketnext Staff | Updated: June 17, 2019, 9:56 AM IST

India vs Pakistan (ODI)

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IND vs PAK Cricket Scorecard (ODI)

Match 22 ODI, Old Trafford, Manchester, 16 June, 2019

India

336/5

(50.0) RR 6.72

v/s
India beat Pakistan by 89 runs (D/L method)
Pakistan

212/6

(40.0) RR 5.3

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  • 00:05 (IST)

    Rohit: KL Rahul played very well, took some time early on, which is probably what was required. Can't play shots straightaway. The idea was to see what is happening. We got a good start and built on from there.

  • 00:03 (IST)

    Rohit Sharma has been declared the Player of the Match for his century: "Happy with the way we played as a team. We wanted to get out and play because it can be frustrating with the washouts once in a while. I was angry and unhappy when i got out because I should have read the situation since I was aware of the field changes. I was not thinking of the 200, but definitely disappointed with the dismissal." 

  • 23:58 (IST)

    That's the end of the proceedings here, easy victory for India here. They maintain their unbeaten record against Pakistan in World Cups and win the game by 89 runs. A convincing win in the end in a rather one-sided contest! Pakistan end at 212/6 and India win the game by 89 runs.

  • 23:50 (IST)

    DROPPED! Though it doesn't really matter in the context of the game, Chahal will certainly be disappointed. Could have been a wicket for him and every wicket against Pakistan is special! Shadab hits it in the air and it goes straight to Rahul. He seems to have taken it too easy though. Pakistan are 196/6 after 38 overs here

  • 23:33 (IST)

    KARTHIK LAKSHMANAN FROM OLD TRAFFORD: Restart at 23:40 HRS. Match reduced to 40 overs. They need 136 more in five overs. Target reduced to 302.

  • 23:25 (IST)

    KARTHIK LAKSHMANAN FROM OLD TRAFFORD: The stumps are coming back on. The super-soppers are at work. Clouds are disappearing, and we will have a resumption soon. The stands are pretty empty now - some people might have left, while others would have gone to grab a snack.

  • 22:45 (IST)

    KARTHIK LAKSHMANAN FROM OLD TRAFFORD: The rain is getting heavier, and play has been suspended. Pakistan are 166 for 6 in 35 overs. DLS par score is: 252. Plenty of dark clouds above the ground, and this could be a long delay.

  • 22:39 (IST)

    KARTHIK LAKSHMANAN FROM OLD TRAFFORD: The umbrellas come out in the stands. It's getting darker and the rain is coming down. Plenty of dark clouds around the ground now, this could be a long delay. DLS par score after 34 overs: 230.

  • 22:38 (IST)

    OUT: Another wicket as Pakistan continue to feel the heat! Shankar's struck again and he's got the captain Sarfaraz clean bowled! Pakistan are 6 down and the rain is coming the way of the ground! 

  • 22:04 (IST)

    OUT: Pandya's struck again! Yes, he's on a hat-trick after cleaning up Shoaib Malik off the first ball! This is a massive performance from the young man! Pakistan are 5 down now!

  • 22:02 (IST)

    OUT: India are well and truly on top here now! Hardik Pandya's bowled a half-volley and Hafeez has quite literally given Vijay Shankar some catching practice at deep square-leg! 

  • 21:55 (IST)

    OUT: Kuldeep's struck again! That's a big one! Fakhar Zaman tries to sweep Kuldeep away but there is a leading edge that loops up to Chahal at short-fine and he accepts gleefully.

00:05 (IST)

Rohit: KL Rahul played very well, took some time early on, which is probably what was required. Can't play shots straightaway. The idea was to see what is happening. We got a good start and built on from there.

00:03 (IST)

Rohit Sharma has been declared the Player of the Match for his century: "Happy with the way we played as a team. We wanted to get out and play because it can be frustrating with the washouts once in a while. I was angry and unhappy when i got out because I should have read the situation since I was aware of the field changes. I was not thinking of the 200, but definitely disappointed with the dismissal." 

23:58 (IST)

That's the end of the proceedings here, easy victory for India here. They maintain their unbeaten record against Pakistan in World Cups and win the game by 89 runs. A convincing win in the end in a rather one-sided contest! Pakistan end at 212/6 and India win the game by 89 runs.

23:55 (IST)
Word!
23:50 (IST)

DROPPED! Though it doesn't really matter in the context of the game, Chahal will certainly be disappointed. Could have been a wicket for him and every wicket against Pakistan is special! Shadab hits it in the air and it goes straight to Rahul. He seems to have taken it too easy though. Pakistan are 196/6 after 38 overs here

23:46 (IST)

Jasprit Bumrah bowling at 130 odd here, shows he isn't even giving his 100%. Concedes a boundary on the last ball as Shadab Khan hits him straight down the ground for a four. Pakistan are now 182/6 after 37 overs. 120 runs needed in final 3 overs!

23:43 (IST)

Yuzvendra Chahal starts proceedings here after the break, he starts by conceding six runs here. Both teams just going through the motions at the moment, 4 overs will need to be bowled here!

23:40 (IST)

Well, the play has restarted here. Nothing more than formality left at the moment. Final five overs remaining and Pakistan need 136 runs to win, let's just say that their chances of winning aren't much at the moment!

23:33 (IST)

KARTHIK LAKSHMANAN FROM OLD TRAFFORD: Restart at 23:40 HRS. Match reduced to 40 overs. They need 136 more in five overs. Target reduced to 302.

23:25 (IST)

KARTHIK LAKSHMANAN FROM OLD TRAFFORD: The stumps are coming back on. The super-soppers are at work. Clouds are disappearing, and we will have a resumption soon. The stands are pretty empty now - some people might have left, while others would have gone to grab a snack.

23:02 (IST)
The former captain has given up!
22:49 (IST)

Former Pakistan captain Wasim Akram on air: Indian cricket invested everything in their first class cricket over the years. But we in Pakistan have hardly done anything for our first-class cricket. We have been changing it every year. Our first-class cricket has been run by some random journalist for some odd reason and why for so many years.

22:45 (IST)

KARTHIK LAKSHMANAN FROM OLD TRAFFORD: The rain is getting heavier, and play has been suspended. Pakistan are 166 for 6 in 35 overs. DLS par score is: 252. Plenty of dark clouds above the ground, and this could be a long delay.

22:44 (IST)

Oops! There's another rain delay here at Old Trafford. How long before we get play again? 

22:43 (IST)

Shankar keeps his line and length in tact and goes through with the over without much ado. He's just given away one run and taken an important wicket in that over. Pakistan's chase is well and truly derailed now with four wickets left and the score reading 166. 

22:39 (IST)

KARTHIK LAKSHMANAN FROM OLD TRAFFORD: The umbrellas come out in the stands. It's getting darker and the rain is coming down. Plenty of dark clouds around the ground now, this could be a long delay. DLS par score after 34 overs: 230.

22:38 (IST)

OUT: Another wicket as Pakistan continue to feel the heat! Shankar's struck again and he's got the captain Sarfaraz clean bowled! Pakistan are 6 down and the rain is coming the way of the ground! 

22:37 (IST)

Bumrah completes his sixth over of the day, and that's costed him 8 runs, which includes a boundary by Imad. Sarfaraz at the other end is happy to rotate the strike and keep this going for as long as possible. Pakistan are 165/5 after 34 overs.

22:34 (IST)
Much needed for Pakistan!
22:32 (IST)

Vijay Shankar back into the attack after the drinks break for India! Quite an economical over as he concedes just the two singles and a wide. But the highlight of that over has to be Ravindra Jadeja with some great fielding at backward point. Pakistan are 157/5 after 33 overs.

22:26 (IST)

Kohli's turned to Bumrah in search of another couple of wickets, but the ace bowler's just been taken for 8 runs, with Imad whacking him away for four with a good pull shot off the last ball. Pakistan don't look like they can come back and are 154/5 after 32 overs. Drinks are being called onto the field. 

22:20 (IST)

Pandya's storming in and bending his back with great effect here at Old Trafford. The batsmen aren't having it easy, but have managed six runs in singles to take the score to 146/5 after 31 overs.

22:15 (IST)

Kuldeep's absolutely racing through his overs now and has completed his 9th. Just the three singles, means the required run-rate has hit 10 now. Pakistan are 140/5 after 30 overs.

22:13 (IST)

Pandya's got his tail up and it's showing on the speed gun! No hat-trick however for him, but he gets taken for five runs which includes a boundary of the last ball by Imad Wasim. Pandya won't be too bothered as he's bowling on the money and could well cause more trouble for Pakistan. Score: 137/5 after 29 overs.

22:09 (IST)

Kuldeep hustles through another quick over here to complete his 8th. Just the three runs from that over, but can Hardik get the hat-trick in the next over? 

22:06 (IST)

Great decision it would seem by Virat Kohli to bring Hardik Pandya into the attack! Three runs and two big wickets and the momentum has swung India's way! How much longer can Pakistan hold on? Pakistan are 129/5 after 27 overs.

22:04 (IST)

OUT: Pandya's struck again! Yes, he's on a hat-trick after cleaning up Shoaib Malik off the first ball! This is a massive performance from the young man! Pakistan are 5 down now!

22:02 (IST)

OUT: India are well and truly on top here now! Hardik Pandya's bowled a half-volley and Hafeez has quite literally given Vijay Shankar some catching practice at deep square-leg! 

21:58 (IST)

Maiden wicket over from Kuldeep Yadav there! Pakistan have moved onto 126/3 after 26 overs and it's suddenly swung India's way. 

21:55 (IST)

OUT: Kuldeep's struck again! That's a big one! Fakhar Zaman tries to sweep Kuldeep away but there is a leading edge that loops up to Chahal at short-fine and he accepts gleefully.

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India vs Pakistan, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Match at Manchester - Highlights: As it Happened

India vs Pakistan Live Score, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 ODI Match at Manchester Latest Update: That's the end of the proceedings here, easy victory for India here. They maintain their unbeaten record against Pakistan in World Cups and win the game by 89 runs. A convincing win in the end in a rather one-sided contest! Pakistan end at 212/6 and India win the game by 89 runs.

Follow India vs Pakistan Live Score of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Match through our live blog. India vs Pakistan in the Cricket World Cup is being played today (June 16) (Sunday) and will be broadcast on the Star Sports network and Live streaming will be available on Hotstar. The match is being played at Old Trafford in Manchester.

PREVIEW: The escalating cross-border tensions between the two neighbouring nations add to the intrigue with KL Rahul's technique being tested by Mohammed Amir and Wahab Riaz's skills finding more than a match in a colossus like Virat Kohli. Even if they feel that it's just another game, perhaps all players in their hearts know that this is a special match even if at times the reason in purely non-cricketing. No wonder Sachin Tendulkar urged Indian batsmen to be more aggressive against a skilful Amir unlike 2017 Champions Trophy while skipper Kohli spoke about having an "ideal mindset" even if the first-timers may find the "occasion intimidating". The narrative of Indo-Pak duel is such that irrespective of whether it is a World Cup game or not, it creates heroes or villains for life in the eyes of fans.

Ajay Jadeja's assault of Waqar Younis in the 1996 World Cup quarter-final or Salim Malik's 72 off 35 balls in a tough run chase that stunned the 90,000 plus at Eden Gardens in 1987 are the stuff of legends. People remember these matches while forgetting that both were proven match fixers, who brought the game into disrepute. Chetan Sharma, despite a World Cup hat-trick and five-for in a Lord's Test, is best remembered for Javed Miandad's last ball six in Sharjah in 1986. He was a far better bowler than that to live with a curse of a full-toss. Hrishikesh Kanitkar's international career wouldn't possibly deserve a footnote but people still remember him fondly because of his last ball boundary off Saqlain Mushtaq, under fading lights in Dhaka in 1998.

Both defy logic but since when have fans cared about logic? For them, this is 'The Match' and there's a binary feel to it. Either you win or lose. Everything else is forgotten in due time. Or else it is difficult to justify why fans are ready to buy over-priced tickets being sold illegally even after factoring in that weather could possibly ruin things and they might lose out on a lot of money. The exponential increase of media frenzy always hypes it up to an insane level even though all the six World Cup duels that India have won have been pretty one-sided. The Bengaluru quarter-final in 1996 or Mohali semi-final in 2011 were exciting but it didn't go down to the wire. But with no bilateral series being played for years now, each match despite being lop-sided has had a certain novelty attached with it.

On the field, Amir's first spell will certainly keep his team interested after a brilliant performance against Australia. Rahul and Rohit, both of whom have minimal footwork at the beginning of an innings, will try to be more assertive. Kohli has always enjoyed a fabulous track record against Pakistan, having scored a hundred in the 2015 game at Adelaide. A hundred is due and Indian the captain's sense of occasion makes him a big contender for a three-figure mark. It will be a test of temperament for the youngsters like Hasan Ali and Shaheen Shah Afridi, who have hardly bowled to the world's best batsman. Old Trafford looks good for batting even though conditions will aid both seam and swing. India's middle-order will have a role to play in the game. Dinesh Karthik's experience was supposedly the choice of the team management in the last game but that was factoring in a curtailed game. In case of a full game, Vijay Shankar could be the No 4 if India wants a few overs of seam-up stuff from him or else stick to Karthik, who has more experience of pressure situations.

The seaming conditions and Pakistan's comfort against spinners might prompt Kohli to drop one among Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav and go for Mohammed Shami, who could be devastating in these conditions. Jasprit Bumrah will have a score to settle against Fakhar Zaman, bowling against whom, the last thing he would want is to overstep. Bhuvneshwar Kumar would like to bowl that probing off-stump line which can keep opposition best bet Babar Azam at bay.

Team Rankings

Rank Team Points Rating
1 India 5046 120
2 New Zealand 2829 109
3 England 4366 104
4 South Africa 3177 102
5 Australia 3672 102
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Rank Team Points Rating
1 England 6745 125
2 India 7071 122
3 New Zealand 4837 112
4 Australia 5543 111
5 South Africa 5193 110
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Rank Team Points Rating
1 Pakistan 8366 270
2 Australia 6986 269
3 England 5568 265
4 South Africa 4720 262
5 India 9349 260
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