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Asia Cup 2018 Super Four: Pakistani Girl Waving Indian Tri Colour After Rohit Sharma’s India Won is Bound to Melt Your Heart — WATCH
Asia Cup 2018 Super Four: A Pakistani fan won hearts as she was spotted waving the Indian tri-colour after Rohit Sharma's team India clinched an emphatic win over Pakistan in the Super Four stage of the ongoing Asia Cup.
Asia Cup 2018 Super Four: A Pakistani fan won hearts as she was spotted waving the Indian tri-colour after Rohit Sharma’s team India clinched an emphatic win over Pakistan in the Super Four stage of the ongoing Asia Cup. It was a Pakistani girl wearing a black burqa was in the stands with a huge Indian flag and while everyone around her kept staring at her, that did not deter her from doing what she felt like doing.
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और इसी बीच प्रेक्षक गैलरी से आवाज़ आई…
— Dhaval Acharya BJP (@Dhaval_BJP) September 24, 2018
Meanwhile, Rohit Sharma’s team India has sealed a finals berth and now will be awaiting their opposition for the summit clash that will take place on September 27. It was breathtaking tons from Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan that took India to victory before the bowlers took care of the Pakistani batting line up to restrict them to 237. Chasing 238 to win, Rohit-Shikhar put on a record-breaking 210-run stand for the opening wicket. Both the openers brought up their centuries, for Rohit it was his 19th, whereas for Shikhar it was his 15th ton.
— BCCI (@BCCI) September 23, 2018
Interestingly, this is India’s biggest win against traditional rivals Pakistan in terms of the number of wickets lost. Chasing a target of 238, Rohit (111 no off 119 balls) and Dhawan (114 off 100 balls) flayed the Pakistan attack adding 210 runs for the opening stand to seal their second lopsided victory in the tournament in only 39.3 overs.
It was Rohit’s third successive fifty 50 plus score in the tournament with the sequence being 52, 83 no and 111 no.