AJMAN: Arch-rivals Pakistan and India set up an enticing title decider in the Blind Cricket World Cup after they traveled to triumphs in their semi-finals here on Wednesday.
Pakistan had a resonating 156-run triumph over Sri Lanka while India whipped Bangladesh by seven wickets.
At the Oval Cricket Ground, Mohammad Rashid’s hit a splendid 139 and was capably upheld by Nisar Ali, who was unfortunate to get out on 99, and Badar Munir (72) took Pakistan to 489-8 in their assigned 40 overs after they were put into bat.
Badar at that point took two wickets as Sri Lanka were confined to 333-7 notwithstanding an unbeaten 100 by Chandana Deshapriya.
Rashid, who joined the group just a day back after a visa delay, was named man-of-the-coordinate.
Over at the MCC Ground, Bangladesh were expelled for 256 out of 38.5 overs after they chose to bat first with Abdul Malik scoring 108 as Durgas Rao took three wickets.
India achieved the objective in the 23rd over as Ganesh Mundukar made 112 and Deepak Malik scored 53.
The last will be played on Saturday at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium.