Pakistan’s men’s cricket team will travel to India for the 2023 One-Day International World Cup, according to the country’s foreign ministry on Sunday.
“Pakistan has consistently maintained that sports should not be mixed with politics.” As a result, it has chosen to send its Cricket Team to India to compete in the next ICC Cricket World Cup 2023,” said a foreign ministry statement.
“Pakistan believes that the state of bilateral relations with India should not prevent it from meeting its international sporting obligations.”
As the first quarter came to an end, Harmanpreet went unnoticed into the Malaysian box and sent the ball inside to Selvam, who easily tapped it in to give the hosts the lead.
Vivek Sagar of India was given a green card at the start of the following quarter. India, on the other hand, continued to attack relentlessly, including a pair of penalty corners.
The Men in Blue had two more chances before halftime but failed to capitalise, as the Malaysians exhibited some tough defensive skills to keep it 1-0 at the break.
It did not take long for the Indians to expand their lead after the restart.
When defending the total, Hardik gave India a head start by removing Brandon King with the opening delivery of the innings. After three more pitches, he struck out veteran batter Johnson Charles, giving India the upper hand. By eliminating Kyle Mayers in the fourth over, left-arm bowler Arshdeep Singh increased the pressure on the West Indies.
However, the top two scorers from the previous game, Nicholas Pooran and Rovman Powell, duplicated their feat by putting on a pivotal 57-run stand for the fourth wicket to level the score. Prior to being bowled by Hardik, Powell scored 21 runs, but in-form Pooran scored another outstanding performance against India.