Pakistan became a winner Champions Trophy 2017
Pakistan became a winner Champions Trophy 2017 .Pakistan became the champion of the ICC Champions Trophy 2017. At the beginning of the tournament, the weakest team, in the final final, won a big team like India, with a great margin of 180 runs.
While playing the final on London’s Oval Ground on Sunday, Pakistan had given 339 targets to win India. However, India’s entire team got out by 158 runs in 30 overs. Hockey Pandia’s excellent 76 runs were the most prominent in this score.
The reason for the defeat of India was a great reason for the defeat of Pakistani bowlers and batsmen.
Despite being a big player, the Indian batsman could not score for the sake of today. On one occasion, while Haraj was on the crease and was not ready to take any out of Shadab Khan except, the third man did the review and eventually he was out. Similarly, Pandia was not sure of getting her out.
India’s innings started Rohit Sharma and Shukhar Dhawan. However, India’s biggest loss was to get on the third innings of the innings when Rohan Sharma, on the ball, Mohammad Amir, got unbeaten LBW. India’s overall score was also zero at this time.
After that, Virat Kohli started his turn with the fourth ball. The fate of the veteran did not support them. On the overall score of five runs, Azhar Ali got his wicket on. However, while Kohli scored only five runs on the next ball, Mohammad Amir scored them out of Shadab. That’s why Indians have to wash their doubts with only six runs.
Yuvraj took a look at the pressure in the prevalence of the veteran. He was very careful in which Shakhar Dhoni gave the opportunity to play more. But, despite this, both the players could not succeed in making a special score. Yuvraj made 22 runs that Shadab made them out of WWW.
Shakhar Dhoni also got out of the wicket of Sarfraz on Mohammad Amir’s ball. He scored 21 runs. Mohammad Dhoni, who was not even Yuri, made four runs, took the hands of Hasan Ali on the hands of Hasan Ali. Amazingly, India’s third team was pushed to Pelin on the total score of only 55.
The score was only 72 that Magic also scored only 9 runs and Sarfraz Ahmed got out on the shadab. Jeddah replaced them. Pandia was on the other side of the craze on the other hand. He scored three sixs and took the score to 123 runs, while his score included 6 sixs and 4 fours. Pandia scored 76 runs for the highest score.
However, Pandia took runs out on the basis of misunderstanding while taking wickets between wickets.
Baler was Hafiz and Hasan Ali scored them very well by bouncing with the wickets. While Pandia was out, India’s total score was 152, while he himself made 76 runs.
The next batsman was inclined. But, he also made only one run, Hassan Ali’s hair hit Sarfraz, while Javedja made 15 for his first wicket and was caught by Babar Azam on Junaid Khan’s hair.
Bomra and Bhunwaswar Kumar were on the crease as the last wicket. However, this wicket did not give any special performances, and made a run-out, Sarfraz’s Hussein Ali went out to bat .Bunnoshwash was out there.
Pakistan’s Mohammad Mohammad and Hassan Ali three, three, while Shadab Khan two and Jinned Khan took a wicket.
Pakistani Ingredients Review: New Records, New Statistics:
In the final, Pakistan had given 339 runs to win India. If there is an overview of this score then many important things are important. For example:
In the first innings, Pakistan opener Azhar-ul-Haq and Prakash Zaman had bowled on the back and provided 128 runs, which contributed to the highest runs for any Open-op pair of Pakistan in the Champions Trophy. Earlier in March 1996, Amir Sohail and Saeed Anwar in the Indian city of Bangalore were offered 86 runs.
This is the first time since 2003 when Pakistan Openers provided more than 100 runs in the outstanding matches, while it was just like that outside the second time.
Prakash Zaman beat the Indian batsman. He scored 106 runs with 12 squares and 3 sixs in the innings of 114 runs.
He is the third Pakistani who scored the series in the ICC Champions Trophy. Only before Saeed Anwar and Shoaib Malik were honored.
Mohammad Hafeez and Omdash Waseem scored 71 runs in the fifth wicket partnership, which proved to be crucial in the overall score.
Pakistan made 338 runs for 4 wickets in the 50 overs in the first innings while Pakistan’s highest score against India.
Earlier in March 2004, Pakistan lost 329 in six wickets in Rawalpindi and defeated India.