IND vs PAK: Half Pakistan team finished in just 8 balls, Indian bowlers showed their strength

This match, affected due to rain, was of 18-18 overs, in which Pakistan batted first, but they did not play one in front of the Indian bowlers.

Sneh Rana took two wickets for Pakistan in the same over.

Image Credit source: BCCI

Talk about cricket and that too India-Pakistan When it comes to competition, the atmosphere and discussions are different. in Birmingham Commonwealth Games 2022 In me too this atmosphere has been created. On Sunday 31 July, the women’s teams of India and Pakistan met face to face. However, women’s cricket in both countries is not as fiercely competitive as men’s cricket, and this is exemplified by the last 8 balls of Pakistan’s innings, in which Pakistan lost more than half of their team, but scored only a few runs. .

In the presence of Asian (mostly India and Pakistan) cricket fans present in Birmingham, both the teams landed for this match at Edgbaston Cricket Ground. The Indian team has always been stronger than Pakistan and a one-sided match was expected. At least the same situation was seen during Pakistan’s batting, where the entire team was bundled out for just 99 runs in 18 overs.

Pakistan battered in 8 balls

The Pakistani batsmen had no answer to the Indian spinners and the team was in bad shape throughout the innings. In the last over, the batting collapsed badly. The last 8 balls of this match of only 18 overs were so heavy on Pakistan that even scoring runs could not survive the wicket.

In the 17th over, Shefali Verma’s last two and then in the 18th over, Radha Yadav’s 6 balls, the Pakistani team could score only two runs, while 5 wickets fell to her. There were two run outs, while Radha got two wickets and 1 Shefali.

Indian bowlers

As far as the Pakistani innings is concerned, the condition of the team was bad from the beginning. In the second over, the team lost the first wicket without opening the account. After this there was a 50-run partnership between captain Bismah Maroof and Muneeba Ali, but after that no batsman could make a big contribution from his side. Apart from Radha and Shefali for India, Sneh Rana got two wickets in the same over, while the pacer duo, Meghna Singh and Renuka Singh took one wicket each.