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Pakistan set the World record highest total of 373 runs vs West Indies in T-20 Blind Cricket World Cup

Pakistan thrashed West Indies by 182 runs in T-20 Blind Cricket World Cup

Bangalore India, here at KSCA Ground Alur, Bangalore, Pakistan won the toss and opted to bat first.

Pakistan set the World record highest total of 373 runs on the board for the loss of 4 wickets in stipulated 20 overs. Pakistani openers Muhammad Jamil (Captain) and Riasat Khan set the tone of World record total by scoring 122 runs in first 6 fielding restrictions overs. Muhammad Jamil was unstoppable, he was retied after scoring exactly 100 runs off 36 balls, sharing the 2nd fastest century record in T-20 Intl. He hit 20 boundaries in his innings.

Yesterday’s century scorer Riasat Khan was run out after scoring 94 runs off 32 balls. Muhammad Zafar and Mohsin Khan contributed with unbeaten 42 and 36 runs respectively. For West Indies Ganesh Singh and Anthony Cummins claimed a wicket a piece.

West Indies in reply made 191 runs for the loss of 9 wickets in allotted 20 overs. Dennal Shim was the highest scorer for West Indies with 59 runs and Phillips made 36 runs. Sajid Nawaz, Riasat Khan, Muhammad Akram, Anees Javed and Mohsin Khan claimed 1 wicket each.

Result: Pakistan won by 182 runs
Man of the Match: Muhammad Jamil

Pakistan will play it’s last League match Vs Australia tomorrow on 9th February in Bangalore.

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Pakistan triumph Bangladesh by 151 runs in T-20 Blind Cricket World Cup

Bangalore India, here at KSCA Ground Alur, Bangalore, Pakistan won the toss and opted to bat first.

Pakistani openers Badar Munir and Riasat Khan started briskly and hammered Bangladesh bowlers around the park. Badar Munir got out after scoring brisk 93 runs off 32 balls with the help of 18 (4’s) and 2 sixes. His successor Muhammad Jamil also accelerated the score at a good pace, he was caught after scoring 72 runs off 30 balls. He hit 10 (4’s) and 2 sixes. Riasat Khan was consistent at the other end, he remained unbeaten on 104 runs off 52 balls. Pakistan piled up 295 runs in allotted 20 overs for the loss of 2 wickets. For Bangladesh MD. Faisal and Abdullah Zobair claimed a wicket a piece.

Bangladesh in reply made just 144 runs for the loss of 7 wicket in allotted 20 overs. Abdul Malik was the highest scorer for Bangladesh with 61 runs. Israr Hassan, Riasat Khan, Badar Munir and Idrees Salem claimed 1 wicket each.

Result: Pakistan won by 151 runs

Man of the Match: Riasat Khan

Pakistan will play it’s next League match Vs West Indies tomorrow on 8th February in Bangalore.

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Pakistan outplayed South Africa by 9 wickets in T-20 Blind Cricket World Cup

Bangalore India, here at KSCA Ground Alur, Bangalore, South Africa won the toss and decided to bat first.

Pakistan clinical bowling and superb fielding resticts the proteas to score freely. South Africa made 100 runs in stipulated 20 overs for the loss of 9 wickets. Tefo was the top scorer with 19 runs. Anees Javed took 2 wickets, while Riasat Khan and Badar Munir claimed a wicket a piece.

Pakistan in reply reached the target of 101 runs for the loss of 1 wicket in just 5.1 overs. Badar Munir again shined with the bat, he remained unbeaten on 60 runs with the help of 10 (4’s) and 2 big sixes. Muhammad Jamil made 29 runs not out.

Result: Pakistan won by 9 Wickets

Man of the Match: Badar Munir

Pakistan will play it’s next League match Vs Bangladesh tomorrow on 7th February in Bangalore.

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Pakistan defeated Nepal by 10 wickets in T-20 Blind Cricket World Cup

New Delhi India, Pakistan won the toss at Dawarka Sports Complex New Delhi and asked Nepal to take guard.

Nepal made 116 runs for the loss of 8 wickets in allotted 20 overs. Sunil Rana was the top scorer with 40 runs. Sanaullah took 2 wickets, while Riasat Khan and Muhammad Ayyaz claimed a wicket a piece.

Pakistan in reply reached home without losing a wicket in just 7.5 overs. Riasat Khan and Matiullah remained unbeaten on 56 and 50 runs respectively.

Result: Pakistan won by 10 Wickets

Man of the Match: Riasat Khan

Pakistan will play it’s next League match Vs South Africa on 6th February in Bangalore.

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Pakistan High Commission to India honored Pakistan Blind Cricket Squad of T-20 Blind Cricket World Cup

Mr. Abdul Basit, Pakistan High Commissioner in India gave the reception yesterday at Pakistan High Commission New Delhi, in the honor of Pakistan Blind Cricket Squad participanting in T-20 Blind Cricket World Cup which is currently underway in multi cities of India.

The High Commissioner and other officials welcomed Pakistan Team and appreciated their success in the ongoing World Cup. The High Commissioner said that “Resuming sports ties will be beneficial for better connections amongst two countries”.

Syed Sultan Shah, Chairman PBCC thanked the High Commissioner for the reception and said that ” Participation of Pakistan Blind Cricket team in the World Cup in India will be an ice-breaker to resume sports ties between two neighbors”.

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Pakistan defeated Sri Lanka by 5 wickets in T-20 World Cup

Pakistan defeated Sri Lanka by 5 wickets in T-20 World Cup
Here at Siri Fort Cricket Ground, New Delhi India, Sri Lanka won the toss and opted to bat first.
Sri Lanka made 164 runs for the loss of 7 wickets in stipulated 20 Overs. Deshpriya was the highest scorer for Sri Lanka, he made 46 runs. Ravindra made 22. Badar Munir and Sajid Nawaz claimed a wicket a piece.

Pakistan in reply, reached the target of 165 runs in 17.2 overs for the loss of 5 wickets. Badar Munir and Amir Ishfaq made 49 and 36 runs respectively. Suranga took 2 wickets.

Result: Pakistan won by 5 wickets
Man of the match:Badar Munir
Syed Sultan Shah, Chairman PBCC gave the Man of the Match Award

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