As the past goes on with the biggest rivalry of the World Cup, we are talking about the Pakistan Vs India in a head to head match at Old Trafford ground in Manchester.
The rain stopped play, but after a skilled 140 from Rohit Sharma, hitting his second hundred of this World Cup, and Virat Kohli’s reaching his fastest 11,000 ODI runs from just 222 matches in One Day Internationals, breaking the previous Sachin Tendulkar’s record.
Virat Kohli scored 77 runs of 65 balls, and KL Rahul scoring a fifty as well, and total 57 runs from 78 balls.
Rain interrupted the match at 305-4, after 46.4 overs, but the match restarted after 15 minutes and a short innings break.
Muhammad Amir became the lead wicket taker for 3-47, including one the most important wicket of the Indian Skipper Virat Kohli.
Muhammad Amir also took the wickets of Hardik Pandya at 26 and MS Dhoni at 1.
Biggest Clash of the World Cup: Pakistan Vs India is on the Go!
Sharma, before making 140 of the 113 runs was given a chance, when missed a chance by the Fakhar Zaman.
Seeing the Indian’s scoring well, Sarfaraz Ahmed regretted the decision of bowling first and not listening to Imran Khan.
The atmosphere of Manchester is absolute colourful with the Indian fans in Blue and Pakistani fans in their Greens.
Pakistan is currently standing at the Ninth place, after a 41-run loss against the Aussies in Taunton on Wednesday.
They have suffered two defeats, first one against West Indies, beating England, a draw against Sri Lanka because of Rain, match delayed and each team got one point and then a defeat from the Australia.
Seeing the statistics of the Pakistani team, it is compulsory for them to win this fixture and keep that pace in the upcoming matches, against New Zealand, Afghanistan to qualify for the Semi-finals.
And in the previous records, India has been beating Pakistan continuously for the sixth time.
Pakistan are currently playing their innings being short one wicket of Imam-ul-Haq. Score at the moment is 57/1 in 13.4 overs.