Even though skipper Rohit Sharma fell in the final over of the PowerPlay, miscuing a slower delivery from pacer Haris Rauf, India had already added fifty on the board in 26 balls and finished with a promising 62/1, their best PowerPlay score in T20Is against Pakistan. The two The two Pakistani spinners then bowled in tandem and only 31 runs came off the next four overs, putting the brakes on India’s rampage. Virat Kohli brough up consecutive fifties in Asia Cup 2022 to push India to 181/7, a total that was thrillingly gunned down by their rivals.
Brief Scores: India 181/7 in 20 overs (Kohli 60; Shadab 2-31, Nawaz 1-25) lost to Pakistan 182/5 in 19.1 overs (Rizwan 71, Nawaz 42; Bishnoi 1-26, Arshdeep 1-27) by five wickets
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