we are glancing back at six critical restricted overs matches among India and Pakistan in front of their Super 12 conflict. 1. At the point when Miandad broke India hearts Javed Minadad’s last-ball six at the desert setting actually irritates in the memory of most Indian fans who were left sorrowful with Pakistan’s one-wicket win in an emotional last. Pakistan claimed 246 to win and Miandad came up with 613 to hit an unbeaten 116 out of 114 balls. With four required off the last conveyance, India quick bowler Chetan Sharma bowled a full throw and Miandad got the ball cruising into the group to trigger festivals among the Pakistan fans. 2. Tendulkar’s skillful 98 Sachin Tendulkar has won many counterparts for India however his 98 against Pakistan at the 50-over World Cup 2003 remaining parts uncommon because of his duel with quick bowler Shoaib Akhtar. Tendulkar rose in his 75-ball shot that led India in their 274 chase against a Pakistani bowling lineup with Wasim Akram, Waqar Younis and Akhtar.Akhtar then fired back with Tendulkar’s wicket, but the damage was over. 3.2007 T20 WC beat India and Pakistan had an exciting turn in the inaugural T20 World Cup when their club match ended in a draw.Yet India won a fascinating bowling alley with five players on each side trying to hit the logs on the opposite end while bowling. Commander MS Dhoni picked his low maintenance slow bowlers for the demonstration and they hit their objective without fail while Pakistan’s speed bowlers fizzled.
The bowl-out was subsequently suspended for a super-over decider if there should arise an occurrence of tied completions in the restricted overs design. 4. 2007 T20 WC Final India and Pakistan again met in the last of that competition 10 days after the fact for a heart-halting completion at a stuffed arena. Pakistan wavered in their pursuit of 158 and slipped to 77-6 preceding Misbah-ul-Haq raised their expectations with a battling thump that brought the match into the last finished. Requiring 13 off the last over off Joginder Sharma, Misbah hit a six on the subsequent ball and afterward attempted a venturesome scoop shot that went high here and there under the control of S Sreesanth at short fine leg to break Pakistan hearts. 5. At the point when Pak figured out how to beat India Pakistan’s just T20I triumph against India accompanied an uncommon exertion from chief Mohammad Hafeez in the opener of a two-match series.Chasing 143 for triumph, Pakistan was in a difficult position at 123 when Umar Akmal withdrew from Bhuvneshwar Kumar for nothing. Hafeez, who is called ‘educator’ for his comprehension of the game, then, at that point, put on 106 runs with Shoaib Malik, who hit 57, as Pakistan won with two balls to save. India participates in a direct tally of 71 T20 against Pakistan. 6. 2017 Champions Trophy last Coming in as dark horses in the Champions Trophy last, Pakistan brought their A game to the table with Fakhar Zaman surprising the game with a shimmering century. Zaman’s 114 off 106 balls and a 128-run opening stand with Azhar Ali directed Pakistan to a mammoth 338 for four and collapsed Virat Kohli’s group at the Oval.The left-hander clubbed the Indian attack, including Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Jasprit Bumrah, hitting 12 four and three six. Pakistan’s bowlers drove by Mohammad Amir then, at that point, came terminating and excused India for only 158.