In the Asia Cup, Super 4 match on Monday in Colombo, India thoroughly destroyed Pakistan thanks to an all-around effort. The game, which was moved to the reserve day, was delayed in starting because of a soggy outfield before ultimately beginning at 4:40 pm. After India scored 147/2 in 24.1 overs on Sunday, play resumed, and Virat Kohli and KL Rahul immediately took the initiative. The two scored their respective tonnes and added more than 200 runs for the third wicket before returning unblemished. India amassed a mammoth 356/2 in 50 overs thanks to their efforts. Jasprit Bumrah struck first for Pakistan as they then commenced the chase slowly.
Babar Azam was then expelled by Hardik Pandya before Kuldeep Yadav joined the group. Before losing eight wickets, Pakistan could only muster 128 runs, with the spinner taking five out of eight. The absence of Naseem Shah, who departed the pitch during the last stages of the Indian innings, and Haris Rauf, who did not bowl, prevented them from walking out to bat, giving India a stunning 229-run victory.
In the upcoming Super 4 match on Tuesday, India will now face Sri Lanka.