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India Beat Pakistan by 124 Runs, Man of the Match Yuvaraj Singh

11 Juin 2017

India outclassed Pakistan at Edgbaston in Birmingham during the group B match between the arch rivals by clinching the much-anticipated match by 124 runs.

"We had a poor game today".

Riding on half-centuries from Rohit Sharma (91), Shikhar Dhawan (68), Virat Kohli (81*) and Yuvraj Singh (53), India posted a huge total of 319/3 from their quota of 48 overs in a rain curtailed match. "But I think his innings was a difference in the game", he added.

Further rain interruptions forced the match officials to revise the target to 289 runs off 41 overs according to the DL method. But Rohit Sharma, who did not play the warm-up games and was not in the best of forms in the recently concluded Indian Premier League, so then to score a valient 91 in an high-octane game shows this Maharashtrian has vast talent.

The Sarfraz Ahmed-led side now require victories from their final two games against Sri Lanka and South Africa to stand any chance of making it to the semi-finals of the eight-team marquee event.

"I felt like a club batter next to him".

After watching India amass a monstrous 3-319 from its 48 overs, and then cringing as his side capitulated to be 164 all out inside 34 overs with just two players passing 15, coach Mickey Arthur pulled no punches in the press conference.

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"If we tune that up to eight or nine we will be a strong side, it was a very complete game for us".

Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan gave good start which was capitalized by middle-order batsman. "IPL is different, but global runs are very different, against a quality bowling attack as well", Kohli said.

The outspoken Afridi, who played 398 one-day internationals and retired from worldwide duty previous year, had a caustic take on the efforts of his former team-mates at Edgbaston on Sunday.

"We were below par", Arthur said.

Amir bowled 8.1 overs before developing severe cramp and leaving the field, while Wahab, who conceded 87 runs in 8.4 wicketless overs in the most expensive spell of five-plus overs in tournament history, hobbled off after twisting an ankle. "Throughout the innings, if you hit your areas well, in a place like England, fast bowlers always come into play with wickets".

That said, the man who stole the show with his brilliant hitting was none other than Yuvraj Singh.

India went ahead with four seamers purely because they were playing Pakistan.