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Champions Trophy 2017: Wahab Riaz Ruled Out of the Tournament

09 Juin 2017

An exasperated Arthur could barely hide his disappointment with his players, who floundered in nearly every aspect of the game.

Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur slammed his team's performance and said they had been given a "reality check" after India handed them a 124-run humbling in the Champions Trophy in Edgbaston on Sunday. Such victories boost the team's collective confidence. "The higher officials take care of those matters", he pointed out. "The way he was hitting the ball, I felt like a club batter in front of him", Kohli said at the post-match press conference. India smashed 72 off their final four overs as Pakistan's attack wilted.

"With the bat and ball, right up there - I would say nine out of 10". True to his nature, Virat Kohli banished the demons of an underwhelming IPL campaign and produced a captain's knock at number three. He wrote,"The moment we crossed the 300-run-mark, I was confident that the scales had tilted in our favour".

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India off-spinner Harbhajan Singh praised India's overall performance against Pakistan in ICC Champions Trophy 2017. Having a stranglehold over Pakistan, Indian team played to a plan and achieved a huge win by D/L method against our old enemy. They asked whether we should send Hardik ahead of MS. It would have been logical to employ the services of a bowler with a record like Hafeez's but as Azhar explained rather unconvincingly, it was the captain's decision based upon the conditions and the demands of the match situation. We don't understand when to bowl our variations.

Pacer Wahab Riaz, who had to leave the field during Pakistan's opening Champions Trophy clash against India after an ankle injury, has been ruled unfit for the rest of the tournament, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) said in a statement on Monday. A tough required run-rate meant that the batsmen would have little or no time to play themselves in and whilst the Pakistan openers did put up a 47-run partnership, the run-rate was nowhere near what was needed.

"If he plays like that, the team is always in a good space because you can really rely on him to come in and just play a match-changing innings". We had a couple of guys that were in the clouds at the start and that sets tone. Further after being congratulated for his limited yet astounding ground presence, Pandya said that he was intimated that he's going to bat next to Yuvraj Singh. When Rohit Sharma got out in the 36th over in the match which was reduced to 48 overs, it looked as though the Pakistan bowlers would be able to restrict India to an achievable total.