India Vs Pakistan LIVE SCORE (odi)

India Vs Pakistan At Old Trafford, Manchester, 16 June, 2019

16 June, 2019
Starts (IST)
Match Ended

336/5 (50.0 ov)

Match 22

212/6 (40.0 ov)

India beat Pakistan by 89 runs (D/L method)

India Pakistan
336/5 (50.0 ov) - R/R 6.72 212/6 (40.0 ov) - R/R 5.3

Match Ended

India beat Pakistan by 89 runs

This Over
Batsman Status R B 4s 6s
Imad Wasim not out 46 39 6 0
Shadab Khan not out 20 14 1 0
Bowling 0 M R W
Hardik Pandya 8 0 44 2
Current Partnership Last Wicket 165/6 (34.1)

47 (47) R/R: 8.05

Imad Wasim 24(21)
Shadab Khan 20(14)

Sarfaraz Ahmed (C) (W) 12(30) S.R (40)

b Vijay Shankar
Highlights, India vs Pakistan, ICC World Cup 2019 Match at Manchester, Full Cricket Score: India win by 89 runs to make it 7-0

Highlights, India vs Pakistan, ICC World Cup 2019 Match at Manchester, Full Cricket Score: India win by 89 runs to make it 7-0

00:32 (IST)

So after all that hype, the end result once again ended in a wimper in terms of the contest between the cricket that the two sides played. India coming out on top for the 7th time in World Cup history as the gulf between two traditional rivals keeps increasing. That's all we have for you now, there is obviously more action coming up tomorrow as we head into another week of the World Cup as things start to get interesting from here on. So do join us tomorrow for the West Indies vs Bangladesh game, until then goodbye.

Click here to check out the entire report of India's 89 runs (DLS method) victory over Pakistan in Manchester.

00:14 (IST)

Virat Kohli, India captain: The pitch wouldn't have made too much of difference beside from the fact it started to spin in the later part of the match.But we wanted to bowl first to, if you bowled in the right areas, there was joy to be had. Rohit's knock was outstanding but to make 337 we need a team's batting effort. KL applied himself and helped Rohit, who becomes unstoppable once he scores 75-80. Then I could play the way I did and Hardik could come in and explode, that is the template we have been following and has been working for us. Rohit single-handedly winning us in the first game, a team effort in the second and showed why he's such a good ODI player again today.
Kuldeep Yadav was brilliant. Babar and Fakhar were trying to play him out, but I wanted him to have a longer spell. The ball to dismiss Babar was an outstanding delivery. The drift, the turn everything was really good. I think today was the best he bowled since he has been in England.
I think they outplayed us in the Champions Trophy final, but otherwise we have played them well. If you focus on this game as too emotional, things can go wrong. We never approach them from that perspective. We are professional about it and the result is what matters.Slight niggle for Bhuvi, he slipped on one of the footmarks. He's should be ok in about two to three games, but he should come back for us at some stage during this tournament. He is a vital player for us.

00:14 (IST)

Sarfaraz Ahmed, Pakistan captain: We won a good toss but didn't bowl in the right areas, and Rohit played very well. Our plan was to pitch the ball up to Rohit, but we didn't execute it well. It was a good toss to win but we didn't capitalise on it. I think the ball is coming so we played two spinners. They batted really well in the middle part. Once Zaman got out we couldn't build partnerships and we collapsed after that. Unfortunately we lost too many wickets together and that is why we lost the game. Definitely, it's getting tougher and now e have to win all remaining games

00:07 (IST)

The level of India's dominance! 

00:07 (IST)

7 out of 7 for India! 

00:06 (IST)

Well done, Team India! 

00:05 (IST)

India win by 89 runs. By DLS method. Pakistan were never in the hunt once target crossed 300. Rohit Sharma takes all the plaudits, but Kuldeep Yadav broke that chase in truth. India are still unbeaten in this competition, and their next opponents Afghanistan shouldn't be that much of a bother either. This World Cup is going rather well. 

Chetan Narula, Freelance Cricket Journalist at Old Trafford

00:05 (IST)
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Rohit Sharma: Happy with the way we played as a team.We know at times, it can get frustrating having lost out in the previous game. We had the intent of playing a solid game today. I was unhappy, particularly with the way I played that shot.He just pushed mid-on back and brought fine leg in, a little misjudgment from my side. When you're set you want to get as many runs as possible. So that was a disappointment. I wasn't thinking about the double hundred, trust me.Got out at the wrong time, the partnership was becoming solid and we wanted to kill the game Absolutely, he played very well. he took his time initially and that was required. He saw the new ball off well and was looking good and got out at the wrong time. Wanted a good start and see how it went from there.

00:05 (IST)

Rohit Sharma is the Player of the Match

00:05 (IST)

A quiet and rather farcical end to a match that promised a lot, but delivered another heavy defeat for Pakistan in a World Cup.

Pakistan were out-thought, out-fielded, out-batted and out-bowled by a powerful and superior Indian team.

The gulf in class between the two teams is huge if the truth be told and that will hurt the Pakistani players, think-tank and fans.

India head for the semi-finals, while Pakistan head to some stern words from coach Mickey Arthur

Saj Sadiq, Freelance cricket writer at Old Trafford

00:05 (IST)



India vs Pakistan, LIVE SCORE, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Match Updates: Gosh! Finally the forceful and stretched formalities come to an end. The rain dragged the game till almost midnight in India but it is Virat Kohli's men who end on the right side of the result. The World Cup scoreline now reads 7-0 between India and Pakistan.

The escalating cross-border tensions between the two neighbouring nations add to the intrigue with KL Rahul's technique being tested by Mohammad Amir and Wahab Riaz's skills finding more than a match in a colossus like Virat Kohli.

Even if they feel that it's just another game, perhaps all players in their hearts know that this is a special match even if at times the reason in purely non-cricketing.

No wonder, Sachin Tendulkar urges Indian batsmen to be more aggressive against a skillful Amir unlike 2017 Champions Trophy while skipper Kohli speaks about having an "ideal mindset" even if the first-timers may find the "occasion intimidating".

The narrative of Indo-Pak duel is such that irrespective of whether it is a World Cup game or not, it creates heroes or villains for life in the eyes of fans.

On the field, Amir's first spell will certainly keep his team interested after a brilliant performance against Australia. Rahul and Rohit, both of whom have minimal footwork in the beginning of an innings, will try to be more assertive.

Kohli has always enjoyed a fabulous track record against Pakistan, having scored a hundred in the 2015 game at Adelaide.

A hundred is due and Indian captain's sense of occasion makes him a big contender for a three-figure mark.

It will be a test of temperament for the youngsters like Hasan Ali and Shaheen Shah Afridi, who have hardly bowled to the world's best batsman.

The Old Trafford looks good for batting even though conditions will aid both seam and swing.

India's middle-order will have a role to play in the game. Dinesh Karthik's experience was supposedly the choice of the team management in the last game but that was factoring in a curtailed game.

In case of a full game, Vijay Shankar could be the No 4 if India wants a few overs of seam-up stuff from him or else stick to Karthik, who has more experience of pressure situations.

The seaming conditions and Pakistan's comfort against spinners might prompt Kohli to drop one among Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav and go for Mohammed Shami, who could be devastating in these conditions.

Jasprit Bumrah will have a score to settle against Fakhar Zaman, bowling against whom, the last thing he would want is to overstep.

Bhuvneshwar Kumar would like to bowl that probing off-stump line which can keep opposition best bet Babar Azam at bay.

Full Squads:

India Team Players: Rohit SharmaShikhar Dhawan(injured), Virat Kohli(c), Vijay ShankarMS Dhoni(w), Kedar JadhavHardik PandyaRavindra JadejaMohammed Shami, Jasprit BumrahBhuvneshwar KumarLokesh RahulDinesh KarthikKuldeep YadavYuzvendra Chahal

Pakistan Team Players: Imam-ul-HaqFakhar ZamanBabar AzamMohammad HafeezShoaib MalikSarfaraz Ahmed(w/c), Imad WasimShadab KhanHasan AliMohammad AmirWahab RiazHaris SohailAsif AliShaheen AfridiMohammad Hasnain

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Updated Date: June 17, 2019 14:30:54 IST

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