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India beats Pakistan by 2 wickets to guarantee Blind Cricket World Cup title

India beat Pakistan by two wickets to win the Blind Cricket World Cup for the second time after an exciting match at Sharjah Cricket Stadium on Saturday.

Pakistan had set India a humble focus of 308 keeps running on lost eight wickets in their distributed 40 overs after they were put into bat. India vanquished the objective in the 39th over, with two balls to extra and eight wickets lost.

Badar Munir remained the best scorer for Pakistan, with 57 keeps running off 61 balls. Riasat Khan and captain Nisar Ali contributed 48 and 47 runs, individually. Opener Mohsin Khan scored 21, Sanaullah 28, Mohammad Rashid 14, Amir Ashfaq 10 and Zafar Iqbal just six runs. Haroon Khan and Israr Hassan remained not-out at 25 and zero, separately.

India’s Deepak Malik and Rambir took two wickets each, while Sunil Ramesh additionally sent one Pakistani batsman to the structure.

Ramesh additionally remained the best scorer for the Indian site, sacking a great 93 keeps running from 67 balls. Commander Ajay Kumar Reddy hit a 62, opener Prakash 45 and Venkatesh oversaw 35 runs.

For his splendid all-round execution, Ramesh was announced the man of the match.

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