Ind vs Pak T20 World Cup Blog; Live cricket scores and commentar

Virat Kohli

Welcome to India Today Online’s coverage of the mother of battles – the India vs Pakistan T20 World Cup Super 8 clash at the R Premadasa Stadium in Colombo on Sunday. Score | Photos

Ind vs Pak T20 World Cup

MATCH SUMMARY: When Gambhir departed for a duck, Pakistan might have sniffed a chance. However, Kohli once again batted brilliantly and took the attack to the opposition. He negotiated the Pakistan spinners brilliantly as they coasted to the target. However, they would be slightly disappointed that they did not get to the target in 16.4 overs.

Before this match started, it was written that a jinx might be broken today. For millions of Indian fans, their jinx was broken. India have finally snapped a seven match losing streak in the Super Eights by registering a eight wicket win over Pakistan. This will go a long way in boosting their confidence after they were hammered by Australia.

THE EQUATION: The NRR of Pakistan currently is -0.43 and India’s is -0.45. This throws the group wide open. The situation now is that both Pakistan and India are on 2 points. Australia are on four points and they have a great NRR. So, Australia are almost through. This throws a life-line to South Africa who have to win their last match against India and hope that Australia beat Pakistan.

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