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Asia Cup: Highly Anticipated Pakistan India Match Washed Out by Rain

Asia Cup: Highly Anticipated Pakistan India Match Washed Out by Rain

At the Pallakele Stadium in Sri Lanka on Saturday, rain washed out the exciting Pakistan-India Asia Cup 2023 match, resulting in a lacklustre conclusion as the Green Shirts were left waiting for their turn at the bat. With a goal of 267, India was dismissed for 266 against Pakistan in the 49th over. While the Green Shirts earned a spot in the Super 4, the clubs will now split the points.

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The Pakistan Cricket Board expressed its displeasure with the development, claiming that rain served as a "spoilsport" in the second innings. Nearly 76% of respondents thought the Green Shirts would triumph in tonight's game. India gave the boys in green a 267-point goal. Given that Pakistan's pace assault, spearheaded by Shaheen Shah Afridi, Haris Rauf, and Naseem Shah, had India under siege, the total was manageable. Before the rain dashed such aspirations, it was up to captain Babar Azam and his batters to bring it home.

Anwaarul Haq Kakar, the acting prime minister, urged the group to uphold the country's honour. Wahab Riaz, a former cricketer, has nothing but love for the pace trio. It appears that Shehbaz Sharif, the former prime minister, was still excited to see Shaheen play throughout the game.

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