Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Kedar Jadhav's three-for, Rohit Sharma's fifty help India register comfortable win over Pakistan

Catch the best photo highlights of the league match between India and Pakistan from the Asia Cup in Dubai

FirstCricket Staff September 20, 2018 13:39:16 IST
Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Kedar Jadhav's three-for, Rohit Sharma's fifty help India register comfortable win over Pakistan
Bhuvneshwar Kumar Kedar Jadhavs threefor Rohit Sharmas fifty help India register comfortable win over Pakistan

India completed a convincing eight-wicket win over Pakistan in their second league match against Asia Cup. AFP

Bhuvneshwar Kumar Kedar Jadhavs threefor Rohit Sharmas fifty help India register comfortable win over Pakistan

Bhuvneshwar Kumar (L) provided India early breakthrough dismissing Pakistan openers Imam-ul-Haq and Fakhar Zaman cheaply. AFP

Bhuvneshwar Kumar Kedar Jadhavs threefor Rohit Sharmas fifty help India register comfortable win over Pakistan

After losing the openers early Pakistan's middle order batsmen Shoaib Malik (R) and Babar Azam rebuild their team's innings with an 82-run stand. AFP

Bhuvneshwar Kumar Kedar Jadhavs threefor Rohit Sharmas fifty help India register comfortable win over Pakistan

Ambati Rayudu (not in the photograph) got rid of Shoaib Malik with a direct-hit for 43. AFP

Bhuvneshwar Kumar Kedar Jadhavs threefor Rohit Sharmas fifty help India register comfortable win over Pakistan

Hardik Pandya suffered an acute lower back injury while bowling his fifth over. The all-rounder was stretched off the field. AFP

Bhuvneshwar Kumar Kedar Jadhavs threefor Rohit Sharmas fifty help India register comfortable win over Pakistan

Kedar Jadhav bowled in the middle overs, outsmarting three Pakistan batsmen and ending with career best figures of three wickets for 23 runs. AFP

Bhuvneshwar Kumar Kedar Jadhavs threefor Rohit Sharmas fifty help India register comfortable win over Pakistan

Chasing a modest total India captain Rohit Sharma slammed a dazzling half-century that set the tone for the chase. AFP

Bhuvneshwar Kumar Kedar Jadhavs threefor Rohit Sharmas fifty help India register comfortable win over Pakistan

After raising his fifty, Rohit was outfoxed by a googly off Shadab Khan first delivery of the match, but the wicket came a little too late as India were well on course to win the match. AFP

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