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Virender Sehwag responds on India's success with impeccable tweet

The previous India batsman, who is known for his top notch clever and amusing comical inclination, had the ideal tweet to the greatest conflict.

Rohit celebrated his 24th ODI hundred before Kohli became the fastest player to make 11,000 ODI runs in his 222nd innings. (Photo: Virender Sehwag/Twitter)

New Delhi: The inclination is genuine! Virender Sehwag in his most recent online networking post precisely summed up the response of pretty much every cricket fan post the previous evening's World Cup coordinate among India and Pakistan. 

The previous India batsman, who is known for his magnificent clever and interesting comical inclination, had the ideal tweet to the greatest conflict that left many cricket fans baffled. 

Splendid thumps from Rohit Sharma (140) and Virat Kohli (77) preceding the great spells by the bowling unit guided India to beat Pakistan by 89 keeps running at the Old Trafford in Manchester on Sunday. 

Rohit praised his 24th ODI hundred preceding Kohli turned into the quickest player to make 11,000 ODI keeps running in his 222nd innings. The India chief's achievement crushed ace blaster Sachin Tendulkar's record which he had finished in his 276th innings. 

Not long after downpour touched base at the scene and the players wandered off with India on 305/4 in 46.4 overs. After practically half-and-hour, the float spread was evacuated. 

The umpires checked the 30-yard circle and pronounced mid-innings break of 15 minutes and no overs were lost. 

Following the resumption, a fast Amir bouncer helped Pakistan sack the expensive wicket of Kohli, who was gotten behind for 77. Vijay Shankar (15*) and Kedar Jadhav (9*) hauled India to post 336/5. 

Pursuing an aggressive focus of 337 runs, Pakistan confronted an early hiccup as Imam-ul-Haq was leg-before off the fifth bundle of the fifth over by debutant Vijay Shankar, who finished the over as Bhuvneshwar Kumar strolled off the field because of snugness in his left hamstring. 

Fakhar Zaman and Babar Azam recuperated Pakistan well in time, including 104 keeps running for the second wicket. Be that as it may, in a range of 12 runs, the most outstanding adversaries lost four critical wickets. Kuldeep Yadav sacked two brisk wickets - Babar (48) and Fakhar (62). 

Hardik Pandya joined the gathering and he earned two wickets in an over - Mohammad Hafeez (9) and Shoaib Malik (0), lessening Pakistan on 129/5. 

Imad Wasim (22*) and Sarfaraz Ahmed attempted to revamp Pakistan's innings yet their brief 36-run stand reached an end as Shankar returned and expelled Sarfaraz for 12. 

The downpour intruded on the match after 35 overs. Nonetheless, after just about 50 minutes, the match was reduced to 40 overs and the run-pursue was acclimated to 302 runs dependent on the Duckworth-Lewis (DLS) technique. Pakistan required 136 keeps running off only 30 balls. Imad and Shadab were left stranded on 46 and 20, individually, and Pakistan missed the mark by 89 runs. 

India will next interpretation of Afghanistan on June 22 at the Rose Bowl, while Pakistan will meet South Africa on June 23 at the Lord's.


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