In the midst of a practise, the captains of Pakistan and Hong Kong had a meeting. Babar Azam represented Pakistan, and Nizakat Khan represented Hong Kong. Nizakat extended his congratulations to Babar on his recent success and inquired about the latter’s batting strategies.
On Thursday, Pakistan and Hong Kong will engage in a pivotal matchup at the Asia Cup 2022. The match will take place in Group A. The one who comes out on top in this competition will move on to the Super 4 and will play India on the following day. Both teams started off the tournament with losses to India and will be seeking to get back on track in the coming matches.
On the eve of the decisive match, the captain of Pakistan, Babar Azam, spoke with the captain of Hong Kong, Nizakat Khan, as the two teams were in the middle of a practise. Nizakat extended his congratulations to Babar on his recent success and inquired about his hitting techniques. Which prompted Babar to respond with, “Kya Tip Chahiye?” After that, they moved on to talk about batting, the makeup of bats, and a variety of other topics, which resulted in an engaging discourse.
Hardik delivered a standout performance in all facets of the game on Sunday when India was playing Pakistan, and it was a key reason why India was able to pull off an incredible victory by five wickets.
Hardik’s ability to bowl well-directed short balls under intense pressure demonstrated the tremendous value he possesses, as he took 3/25 in 4 overs and helped India bowl Pakistan out for 147. It ought to have been a simple chase, but India’s experienced top three collapsed, which put further strain on the middle order.
After that, Hardik (33 not out off 17) and Ravindra Jadeja (35 not out off 29) combined for a 52-run stand to put India on the verge of a historic victory. After the 19th over, the star all-rounder hit three fours off of Haris Rauf, which basically ended the game for India.
Hardik won the match for his team by scoring six runs off of left-arm spinner Mohammad Nawaz when the squad needed six runs off of three deliveries.
Prior to the start of the competition, all eyes were on India’s top three batsmen: K.L. Rahul (0), Rohit Sharma (12 off 18), and Virat Kohli (35 off 34). Unfortunately, none of them had a particularly successful outing in the middle.
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