India beat Pakistan by seven wickets, top group


History repeated itself as Blind Cricket World cup defending champions India beat Pakistan convincingly by seven wickets at the Ajman Oval stadium in UAE on Friday, January 12.

India won the toss and made a decision to bowl first.

Bating first, Pakistan Blind Cricket Team scored 282 runs for the loss of 8 wickets in allotted 40 overs. Md Jail scored 90 runs in 91 balls before he was retired hurt. Skipper Ajay Reddy scored nine runs and Prakash Jayaramiah scored 76.

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The likes of India captain Prithvi Shaw, team mate Shubham Gill, Australia captain Jason Sangha, Pakistan pacer Shaheen Afridi, Afghanistan batting sensation Baheer Shah, they all go into the event after making a mark on the domestic circuit back home.

In reply, India rode on Deepak Malik's unbeaten 179 off 103 balls to win the match in 32 overs.

Deepak Malik was awarded as Man of the Match, while Muhammad Jamil was recognized as "Most Valuable Player".

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Despite the tournament being officially hosted in Pakistan, India's refusal to travel to the country means that their matches are being hosted in the UAE. Five of Pakistan's key players were missing as they failed to obtain visas in time.

In other matches on the opening day to be played here, Bangladesh take on Namibia and Papua New Guinea play Zimbabwe.

The U-19 event is no longer "just another junior tournament", as it grabs serious number of eyeballs.

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