AJMAN: Pakistan made history in the Blind Cricket World Cup here on Sunday when they posted the most elevated ever aggregate of 563 in all global cricket for dazzle while batting against Australia and afterward pulverized the resistance by an enormous edge of 394 races to enter the semi-finals of the uber occasion.
The elimination round line-up has now been finished with India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh driving the focuses table and qualifying.
Pakistan, by scoring the record-breaking absolute at the MCC Ground, in certainty bettered its own particular world record score of 517, which they had heaped up against South Africa at Sahara Park Newlands in Cape Town back in December 2010.
In the wake of winning the hurl on Sunday, Pakistan chose to bat first against a solid Aussie side.
Australia tasted early achievement when they got the scalp of Pakistan opener Matiullah who was rocked the bowling alley in the wake of scoring only 4 runs.
Be that as it may, from there on splendid Amir Ishfaq and ever-solid Sanaullah attacked the Aussie assault and included an eminent 300 keeps running for the second wicket which were a treat to watch.
Sanaullah later got out in the wake of scoring a stunning 143 off only 69 balls yet Amir continued commanding from the opposite end, and wound up with a rich twofold century, the main scored in this World Cup.
He later resigned with a breathtaking 208 rushes to his name, scored off only 95 balls.
Haroon Khan was likewise among the runs and scored an energetic 105 keeps running off just 58 balls to enable Pakistan to post a world record aggregate of 563-4 on the board.
In answer Australia were never in the chase and showed up plainly overawed by the tremendous score. They were soon knocked down some pins out for 169 keeps running in only 31.5 overs. Stephen Palmer with 71 was the main outstanding scorer for his side.
Haroon Khan was the pick of the Pakistan bowlers with two wickets for 24 runs.
Amir Ishfaq was named man-of-the-coordinate for his splendid twofold hundred.
In the second match of the day, India beat Nepal at Eden Garden, Ajman.
Nepal won the hurl and chose to bat first yet were knocked down some pins out for 156 keeps running in 37.5 overs. In answer, India pursued the objective of 157 keeps running in just 15 overs for the loss of 2 wickets.
In the third match of the day, Bangladesh was staggered by Sri Lanka by five wickets.
Bangladesh, batting to start with, made 291 for the loss of 8 wickets in allocated 40 overs. In any case, Sri Lanka demonstrated too great and pursued the objective easily for the loss of five wickets.
On Monday, Pakistan confront Sri Lanka while Australia will confront Nepal.