India beat Pakistan to win Blind Cricket World Cup
India held their nerves to beat Pakistan by two wickets within the ultimate of fifth Blind Cricket World Cup in Sharjah on Saturday.
Batting first, Pakistan scored 308 for the lack of eight wickets in allotted 40 overs after they have been despatched into bat first by India who received the toss.
For Pakistan, Badar Munir scored 57, whereas Riasat Khan added 48 runs to the workforce’s whole. Captain Nisar Ali might add 47 runs
In response, India reached the goal in penultimate over with two wickets remaining. Although Pakistan bought three consecutive wickets as India was inching in the direction of the goal however a wide-ball that went to cross the boundary confirmed India’s victory within the ultimate.
This is India’s second title win within the Blind Cricket World Cup. Pakistan has additionally received the title twice whereas South Africa received the title as soon as.
The Pakistan Blind Cricket Council has invited ICC CEO David Richardson, former Pakistan captain Zaheer Abbas and former Indian wicketkeeper Syed Kirmani to witness the ultimate.