History once again repeated itself when defending champions India convincingly outplayed Pakistan by 7 wickets in the ongoing Blind Cricket World Cup at the Ajman Oval Cricket Ground here on Friday.Losing the toss, Pakistan were put to bat however, sharp fielding and accurate bowling from India restricted Pakistan at 282 for 8 Wickets in the stipulated 40 Overs.
Australia and India, who have won the title three times each, were among the teams scheduled to play yesterday after having won their earlier warm-up games in preparation for the tournament proper, which gets underway tomorrow.
Meanwhile, Pakistan Blind Cricket Team manager Zeeshan Abbasi has said that they are ready to face India.
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In reply, India scored their runs in 35 overs. Md Jail scored 90 runs in 91 balls before he was retired hurt.
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The Green Shirts lead the points table after registering back-to-back victories against Bangladesh and Nepal.
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India, on the other hand, defeated Sri Lanka by six wickets in their second match courtesy Deepak Malik's unbeaten 179 off 103 balls.
India's refusal to travel to Pakistan for the World Cup forced the organisers to shift all their matches to UAE.
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The captains of the teams coming through the qualifiers are looking forward to the tournament, which is a stepping stone in the development of all participants - players and match officials. This is the third time the tournament is being held in New Zealand, after 2002 and 2010.