• BATSMEN
    R
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    4s
    6s
    SR
    36.4 tossed up outside off, and Kohli may have endangered Rohit's innings here. Stretches out and pushes into the point region, calls immediately for the single. Babaz runs in quickly from backward point, fires in a throw to Sarfraz, and Rohit, diving desperately, could be out in slightly unfortunate fashion here, his bat bouncing at impact and the part that is past the crease in the air when the bails go off. Is the bat in the air? The third umpire is checking. Given out, and from the angles shown, that seemed the right conclusion. They only showed the angle from point, though, not from square leg 192/2
    24.3 Hits it straight down the throat of deep midwicket. Pakistan, finally, break the rousing opening stand. This seemed to have slipped out of his hand, Dhawan races down the track, takes a full-toss and mows it straight to Azhar Ali in the deep 136/1
    not out
    81
    68
    6
    3
    119.11
    46.2 big appeal for lbw, Marais Erasmus isn't interested. Sarfraz asks for a review. Full, a near-yorker close to leg stump. Yuvraj looks to flick, misses, and the ball hits his foot. Did that pitch outside leg, though? No bat on it, I think. HotSpot suggests the toe of the bat hit the ground. Big distance between bat and ball. What says ball-tracking? Pitching just in line, and once we've established that, Yuvraj will have to walk back. That's crashing into middle stump, fairly low 285/3
    not out
    20
    6
    0
    3
    333.33
    Extras
    6 (lb 2, nb 2, w 2)
    TOTAL
    319/3 (48 Overs, RR: 6.64)
    BowlingOMRWEcon0s4s6sWDNB
    Mohammad Amir8.113203.91304000
    Imad Wasim9.106607.20224310
    Hasan Ali10.007017.00307301
    Wahab Riaz8.4087010.031311211
    Shadab Khan10.005215.20210200
    Shoaib Malik2.001005.0051000
    Fall of wickets:1-136 (S Dhawan, 24.3 ov), 2-192 (RG Sharma, 36.4 ov), 3-285 (Yuvraj Singh, 46.2 ov)
  • BATSMEN
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    20.5 goes for the sweep again, it's a touch shorter, though, and the bounce means he gets a top-edge. Easy catch at deep square leg, Hardik moves a few steps to his right and takes it with both hands, cupped at around shoulder height 91/3
    8.6 Bhuvneshwar provides India with the breakthrough. Shehzad has been given out leg-before. Shehzad chats with his partner and Pakistan decide against a review. Bhuvneshwar ventures wide of the crease, on a length and angled in, Shehzad plays across the line and is rapped on the front pad in front of off. The tracker returns three reds. Kohli roars and gives Shehzad a send-off 47/1
    12.2 short and wide outside off - much like the previous ball - Babar slashes in the air again, this time Jadeja moves to his right from backward point and tracks it down 61/2
    26.3 gone, Hafeez's rather tortured stay ends. Goes for the sweep from just outside off, makes decent contact but only picks out Bhuvneshwar running to his left rom deep square leg 131/5
    23.3 Ravindra Jadeja. What a left arm. Umesh sends down a length ball angling in towards top of off. Cramps Malik slightly, and he dabs it to the left of backward point and sets off for a single. He shouldn't have, because it was Jadeja moving quickly to the ball, towards his natural side. By the time he's realised and turned around, he's already out, caught out by a deadly, flat rocket of a direct hit 114/4
    29.3 oh my, keeper nicks to keeper. Almost guides it to the keeper. Looks for the open-faced dab to third man, but this back-of-a-length ball didn't offer him enough width, and bounced a touch extra to catch the outside third of the bat 151/7
    27.3 length ball slanting away from off stump, and Imad Wasim is out first ball. No footwork, just flays at it, middles it but hits it uppishly and straight to Jadhav at cover point. Went straight to him, but hard, and he took it well, getting down low and holding it with two hands over his head 135/6
    not out
    14
    16
    1
    1
    87.50
    33.2 and another. Umesh gets his second. Back of a length, slanting across to off stump. Clears his front leg and looks to hit over cover, ends up hitting it flat, at catchable height 164/8
    33.4 shortish, angled into the body, and that is that. Wahab Riaz is not going to bat here. Cramped for room, beaten for pace, and he aims an aimless flick at the ball and loops the simplest of catches to Dhawan at midwicket 164/10
    absent hurt
    -
    Extras
    8 (lb 2, w 6)
    TOTAL
    164 all out (33.4 Overs, RR: 4.87)
    BowlingOMRWEcon0s4s6sWDNB
    B Kumar5.012314.60171020
    UT Yadav7.413033.91303010
    JJ Bumrah5.002304.60173000
    HH Pandya8.004325.37234030
    RA Jadeja8.004325.37284200
    Fall of wickets:1-47 (Ahmed Shehzad, 8.6 ov), 2-61 (Babar Azam, 12.2 ov), 3-91 (Azhar Ali, 20.5 ov), 4-114 (Shoaib Malik, 23.3 ov), 5-131 (Mohammad Hafeez, 26.3 ov), 6-135 (Imad Wasim, 27.3 ov), 7-151 (Sarfraz Ahmed, 29.3 ov), 8-164 (Mohammad Amir, 33.2 ov), 9-164 (Hasan Ali, 33.4 ov)

Match Notes

India dominant

12-2

India's win-loss record against Pakistan in the three major tournaments - the World Cup, Champions Trophy, and World T20

Huge win

124

The margin of victory, in terms of runs. Only once have India beaten Pakistan by a greater margin in ODIs, by 140 runs in Dhaka in 2008

Dots galore

72

Dot balls played by Pakistan in their first 20 overs, compared to India's 61. Azhar Ali played 37 of those 72 dots

Feast in the last four

72

Runs India scored in the last four overs, 17 more than they scored in 14 overs between the 22nd and the 35th

Expensive Wahab

10.03

Wahab Riaz's economy rate (87 in 8.4 overs), the most expensive for any spell of five or more overs in Champions trophy history

Solid top order

3

Instances of India's top four all going past 50 in an ODI innings. The two previous occasions were both v Eng - Headingley 2007, and Indore 2006

Middle-overs slowdown

55

Runs scored by India in 14 overs between the 22nd and the 35th, a run rate of 3.93. In the first 21 overs, they scored at a rate of 5.76

Rohit's best

68

Previous highest score for Rohit against Pakistan, which came in Asia Cup 2012. He has five fifties in 12 ODIs v Pak.

Prolific pair

3

No. of century partnerships between Rohit and Dhawan in Champions Trophy, the most by any pair. Gayle-Chanderpaul and Gibbs-Smith had 2 such stands.

Lucky toss?

3

No. of tosses Pakistan have won against India in the last 10 International meetings, including today's. Pak had won both the previous games after winning the toss.

A Win due since long

2009

Last time Pakistan defeated India in an ICC tournament, in Champions Trophy in Centurion. Since then, India have won all the six encounters.

ICC Champions Trophy

Group A
TEAMMPMWMLMDPTNRR
ENG330061.045
BDESH311030.000
AUS30102-0.992
NZ30201-1.058
Group B
TEAMMPMWMLMDPTNRR
INDIA321041.370
PAK32104-0.680
SA312020.167
SL31202-0.798