Pakistan beat India by 85 runs
Toss won by : India Status : Pakistan beat India by 85 runs
Batted First : Pakistan Batted Second : India
Pakistan Innings 250/10 (48.3 over) Run Rate: 5.15
|Nasir Jamshed||st MS Dhoni b Ravindra Jadeja||106||124||12||2|
|Mohammad Hafeez||b Ravindra Jadeja||76||74||10||0|
|Azhar Ali||run out (MS Dhoni)||2||10||0||0|
|Younus Khan||lbw b Suresh Raina||10||20||0||0|
|Misbah-ul-Haq (C)||lbw b Ravichandran Ashwin||2||5||0||0|
|Shoaib Malik||c Yuvraj Singh b Ishant Sharma||24||30||2||0|
|Kamran Akmal (W)||c Virender Sehwag b Ravindra Jadeja||0||2||0||0|
|Umar Gul||b Ishant Sharma||17||17||1||1|
|Saeed Ajmal||c Virender Sehwag b Bhuvneshwar Kumar||7||7||1||0|
|Junaid Khan||not out||0||0||0||0|
|Mohammad Irfan||b Ishant Sharma||0||2||0||0|
Extras : 6 (b - 0, w - 6, nb - 0, lb - 0, Penalty - 0)
Fall of wickets : 1/141 ( Mohammad Hafeez 23.5 ov.), 2/145 ( Azhar Ali 26 ov.), 3/177 ( Younus Khan 34.3 ov.), 4/182 ( Misbah-ul-Haq 36 ov.), 5/210 ( Nasir Jamshed 41.1 ov.), 6/210 ( Kamran Akmal 41.3 ov.), 7/236 ( Shoaib Malik 46.1 ov.), 8/249 ( Saeed Ajmal 47.5 ov.), 9/250 ( Umar Gul 48.1 ov.), 10/250 ( Mohammad Irfan 48.3 ov.)
India Innings 165/10 (48.0 over) Run Rate: 3.43
|Gautam Gambhir||b Junaid Khan||11||25||1||0|
|Virender Sehwag||lbw b Umar Gul||31||43||3||0|
|Virat Kohli||c Kamran Akmal b Junaid Khan||6||9||1||0|
|Yuvraj Singh||c Kamran Akmal b Umar Gul||9||19||0||0|
|Suresh Raina||st Kamran Akmal b Mohammad Hafeez||18||42||1||0|
|MS Dhoni (C) (W)||not out||54||89||4||1|
|Ravichandran Ashwin||st Kamran Akmal b Shoaib Malik||3||22||0||0|
|Ravindra Jadeja||c Junaid Khan b Saeed Ajmal||13||23||0||0|
|Bhuvneshwar Kumar||lbw b Saeed Ajmal||0||2||0||0|
|Ashok Dinda||lbw b Saeed Ajmal||0||2||0||0|
|Ishant Sharma||b Junaid Khan||2||12||0||0|
Extras : 18 (b - 0, w - 14, nb - 0, lb - 4, Penalty - 0)
Fall of wickets : 1/42 ( Gautam Gambhir 9.5 ov.), 2/55 ( Virat Kohli 12 ov.), 3/59 ( Virender Sehwag 14.4 ov.), 4/70 ( Yuvraj Singh 18.5 ov.), 5/95 ( Suresh Raina 26 ov.), 6/103 ( Ravichandran Ashwin 31.3 ov.), 7/131 ( Ravindra Jadeja 39.2 ov.), 8/131 ( Bhuvneshwar Kumar 39.4 ov.), 9/132 ( Ashok Dinda 40 ov.), 10/165 ( Ishant Sharma 48 ov.)
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