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ICC World Cup: India crush Pakistan by 7 wickets

Ahmedabad:14/10/23:In the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup, India thrashed Pakistan by 7 wickets at Ahmedabad. Chasing a paltry score of 192, India achieved it in just 30.3 overs losing only 3 wickets. For India, the top scorers were Skipper Rohit Sharma with 86 runs and Shreyas Iyer with 53 runs.
Earlier, put to bat first, Pakistan were bundled out for 191 in just 42.5 overs. Captain Babar Azam with 50 runs and Mohammad Rizwan with 49 runs were top scorers for Pakistan.Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Siraj, Hardik Pandya, Kuldeep Yadav and Ravindra Jadeja took two wickets each for the hosts.

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