IND vs PAK / Pakistan made this shameful record as soon as it lost the match to India - see

Vikrant Shekhawat : Sep 12, 2023, 08:21 AM
India vs Pakistan: In the Super-4 match of Asia Cup 2023, the Indian cricket team defeated Pakistan by 228 runs in a spectacular fashion. Pakistan's bowlers and batsmen could not perform well in this match. Batting first in the match, Team India scored 356 runs on the board after losing 2 wickets. In reply, Pakistan team could score only 128 runs. Virat Kohli and KL Rahul scored brilliant centuries for India. At the same time, Kuldeep Yadav played an important role in restricting Pakistan to a low score by taking 5 wickets. By losing the match by a huge margin, a very shameful record has been added to the name of Pakistani team.

Pakistan made this shameful record

The Pakistani team, which was chasing a big target, had a very bad start. When opener Imam Ul Haq returned to the pavilion after scoring only 9 runs. After this, captain Babar Azam was also able to score 10 runs. Fakhar Zaman scored the maximum 27 runs for Pakistan. Agha Salman and Iftikhar Ahmed contributed 23 runs each and the entire Pakistani team could score only 128 runs and lost the match by 228 runs. This is Pakistan's second biggest defeat in ODI cricket in terms of runs. Earlier in the year 2009, Sri Lanka had defeated Pakistan by 234 runs. After 14 years, the Pakistani team has again suffered a crushing defeat. At the same time, in the year 2002, Australia defeated Pakistan by 224 runs.

Pakistan's biggest defeat in terms of runs in ODI

Against Sri Lanka-234 runs, year 2009

Against India-228 runs, year 2023

224 runs against Australia, 2002

198 runs against England, 1992

Batsmen performed poorly

Due to poor performance of the batsmen, Pakistan team could not play full 50 overs against India. 128 runs is Pakistan's third lowest score in ODI against India. In 1985, Pakistan team was out for 87 runs against India in Sharjah, which is Pakistan's lowest score in ODI against India.

Pakistan's lowest score in ODI against India:

87 runs at Sharjah, 1985

116 runs in Toronto, 1997

128 in Colombo, 2023*

134 in Sharjah, 1984