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India beat Pakistan by 7 wickets in Blind Cricket World Cup


In their third match of Blind Cricket World Cup, India maintained their winning streak by defeating Pakistan by 7 wickets at Ajman Oval in United Arab Emirates. he defending champions eased past the target of 282 set up by Pakistan. The Indian batsman showed grit in notching up the victory in 35 overs. It is to be noted that the teams play 40 over in an innings in this tournament.

Haryana’s Deepal Malik(B3) top-scored with an unbeaten 79 off 71 balls, striking eight boundaries. Captain Ajay Reddy (47 off 34) and Venkatesh (64 off 55 balls)  shared a partnership of 106 runs for the fourth wicket.

India’s first match against Australia was cancelled due to wet outfield. In the second match they beat Sri Lanka by 6 wickets. Batting first Sri Lanka scored a huge total of 358. But resting on a brilliant knock of 179 out of 102 balls by Deepak Malik, India reached the target in only 32 overs.

India will again play against Sri Lanka today at the same venue.


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