India reached in final after beating pakistan
India has made it to the final of the Asian Cricket Council Emerging Teams Cup. In the semi-final on Thursday, they beat Pakistan by 7 wickets. Now, on December 15, the India Emerging Team will face Sri Lanka. He defeated Bangladesh by 4 wickets in the second semi-final.
In the Colombo Cricket Club Ground, the India Emerging Team achieved the target of 173 runs, losing 135 wickets and losing 3 wickets. Harme Singh gave the team victory with a six in the 28th over.
Batting first before losing the toss in the 50-over match, the Pakistan Emerging team were reduced to 172 in 44.4 overs. At one stage, the Pakistani team had lost 4 wickets for 42 runs. But on the strength of the half century performance of Captain Mohammad Rizwan (67) and Saud Shakeel (62), the team survived completely scattering.
India’s 21-year-old leg-spinner Mayank Markandey hit four wickets, his bowling analysis was 9.4-0-38-4. Ankit Rajput and Jayant Yadav took 2-2 wickets.
The Indian team, which came out to pursue the goal, also got the initial setbacks. The team lost 3 wickets for 52 runs. After this, Himmat Singh (59 not out) and Nitish Rana (60 not out) allowed the India Emerging team to do any more jerk. The team won by winning 27.3 overs to win 178/3.