Cricket World Cup: Pakistan collapse vs India before Rohit Sharma powers hosts to three wins from three | Cricket News

Pakistan suffered a disastrous collapse, losing their final eight wickets for just 36 runs, as they were bundled out for 191. In response, Rohit Sharma’s blazing knock of 86 off 63 balls propelled India to a comfortable seven-wicket victory with 117 balls to spare. The match took place at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad, which was packed with 132,000 spectators. This victory extended India’s perfect record against Pakistan in World Cup matches to 8-0. Pakistan’s collapse began after their captain, Babar Azam, was dismissed for 50. India’s Kuldeep Yadav and Jasprit Bumrah played significant roles, picking up two wickets each. Pakistan’s innings lasted only 42.5 overs. In India’s innings, Sharma’s remarkable form continued as he reached his 300th six in the format and guided his team towards victory. This win ensured that India remained undefeated against Pakistan in all 50-over World Cup competitions. The next match for India is against Bangladesh, while Pakistan will face Australia.

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