In the Champions Trophy, India was once again conquered by Pakistan. Duckworth-Lewis bowled out Pakistan at the Edgbaston on Sunday by scoring 124 runs and once again declared them victorious over Pakistan.
The match is ended repeatedly due to rain. The Indian batting first bowled out three wickets in 48 overs for the 319 runs to set a huge victory target. In the tenth over when India was batting, the match was interrupted due to rain once again in the 34th over also and the match was reduced to 48 overs.
The rain was repeatedly blocked by the Pakistan team, which had a huge victory target. The match changed to Duckworth Lewis method. Then after Pakistan directed to 289 Runs in 41 overs. The Sarfraz Army collapsed for 164 in 33.4 overs. As a result, India won Grand Slam by 124 runs. Pakistan’s batsman Azhar Ali (50) and Mohammad Hafeez (33) battled slightly. The rest of them came into the crew and joined the pavilion as fast as it was. Umesh Yadav (3), Ravindra Jadeja (2) and Parthiv Pandya (2) wickets were grounded.
Earlier India loss the toss and get into batting first. Openers Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan made a good start. First it started slowly afterwards innings raised vigorously.
Rohit Sharma scored 91 runs off 119 balls with seven fours and two sixes and was dismissed by Run out ad missed Straight away the Century. Shikhar Dhawan scored 68 from 65 balls with six fours and sixes. Captain Kohli and Yuvraj Singh stripped the Pakistan bowlers.
Kohli scored 81 not out off 68 balls with 6 fours and three sixes. Yuvraj ended with an unbeaten 53 off 32 balls with eight fours and a six. Hardik Pandya who later came to power and finally, the first three balls hit six by him and scoreboard crossed 300. Pandya, faced 6 balls, hit three boundaries and scored 20 runs. Yuvraj Singh won the Man of the Match award.