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Congratulations to Team India from Sachin Tendulkar and Virender Sehwag on their thrilling victory over Pakistan

In the aftermath of India’s victory against Pakistan by five wickets in the first match of their Asia Cup campaign, a number of Indian cricketers from both the past and the present took to social media to share their joy.

In the aftermath of India’s victory over Pakistan by five wickets in the opening match of their Asia Cup campaign on Sunday, a number of Indian cricketers from both the past and the present took to social media to express their elation. In the second match of the Asia Cup 2022, which took place on Sunday at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium, India defeated their long-time rivals Pakistan in an exciting match by a score of five wickets. This victory came during India’s match against Pakistan in the second match of the tournament. Sachin Tendulkar, one of the most legendary players in the history of Indian cricket, voiced his joy at the victory and praised Hardik Pandya, Ravindra Jadeja, and Virat Kohli for their respective contributions.

“Although the pacers on both teams bowled well early on, the match ultimately came down to the fitness of the fast bowlers when they were put under duress. Hardik’s crucial innings to remain until the end and get us over the line, ably supported by Imran Jadeja and Virat, helped us win the game. Congratulations on squeaking by in the nick of time! #INDvsPAK, “tweeted Tendulkar.

Virender Sehwag, a former Indian opener, also sent his congratulations to the players for their contributions and commented on how closely the game was played.

“Wow wow wow ! Fantastic Hardik Pandya. Sab kuchh main karega. Outstanding work by Bhuvi, as well as by Jaddu and Kohli, who both played well. After a long time, it’s great to see an intense encounter between India and Pakistan. Mast maza aa gaya, “he added.

Yuvraj Singh, a legend in Indian cricket and an all-rounder, took to Twitter to share his delight with Team India’s victory.

“Tonight, we had a fantastic game, and we came out on top. Congratulations to India for their victory and a job well done by the entire Indian cricket team: @indiancricketteam #teamindia #mdshami11 #mdshami #india #ipl #pak #asiacup “Shami sent out a tweet.

Mayank Agarwal, the opening batsman for the Indian team, warned in a tweet that the match was not for “the faint of heart.”

“This is not a task for the faint of heart. What a thrilling experience despite the anxiety it caused! Congratulations to the winning team, India. #INDVPAK #AsiaCup2022, “Mayank sent out a tweet.

Pakistan was bowled out for 147 runs in 19.4 overs prior to the start of the match. Only the opener Mohammed Rizwan (43) and Iftikhar Ahmed (28) were able to add something of value with the bat for their team.

The pace and short-length deliveries of Bhuvneshwar Kumar (four for twenty-six), Hardik Pandya (three for twenty-five), Arshdeep Singh (two for thirty-three), and Avesh Khan (one for nineteen) blasted away Pakistani hitters, and wickets dropped at a regular clip.

When India was trying to reach 148, they lost KL Rahul for a duck in the very first over of the game. After this, Virat Kohli (35), who was the anchor of the innings, had a 49-run stand with Rohit Sharma (12), who was the captain and generally battled at the opposite end of the batting order. India’s score was reduced to 3/53 as a direct result of two wickets taken by Mohammed Nawaz, one each for Sharma and Kohli.

After this, Ravindra Jadeja and Suryakumar Yadav helped move the scoreboard forward with a stand of 36 runs before Suryakumar was bowled by the debutant Naseem Shah for 18. The next thing that happened was a stand of 52 runs between Jadeja (35) and Hardik Pandya (33*), which brought India close to winning. The in-form Pandya then concluded the proceedings with a six with two balls to spare, which gave India a five-wicket win.

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