Shivam Dube Falls for 3 vs Pakistan In T20 World Cup Conflict. Web Questions Why Rinku Singh Is In Reserves | Cricket Information

The Indian cricket team suffered a dramatic defeat against Pakistan in the much-anticipated T20 World Cup match in New York on Sunday. Rohit Sharma-led India had 89/3 in 11.1 overs and the team looked set to post a huge total.

However, from that point on, the side suffered a collapse that would be talked about for the next few days. From 89/3, India were 119 in 19 overs. In just 30 overs, India had lost se

ven wickets. None of the last seven batsmen got double figures. Ravindra Jadeja and Jasprit Bumrah got 0 while Shivam Dube got 3.

Shivam Dube bore the brunt of the Web’s wrath as followers questioned whether he should have been included instead of Rinku Singh. India 22/4, 69*(39) India 55/4, 68*(39) India 60/3, 46(29) They chose this shameful statue, a domestic flop, as the final decider instead of Rinku Singh.

Shivam Dube got a wonderful 3 off 9 balls. When the snow starts falling, you miss the sunshine. They liked this mug more than Rinku Singh. India 96 out of 7 I have already said that Rinku Singh is very important in the team. Not long ago, whenever he saved the team and took us out of any scenario, captain Rohit Sharma, coach Rahul Dravid and opener Ajit Agarkar made the worst choices.

India collapsed mid-on in the second-rate monitor despite a valiant effort from Rishabh Pant in the T20 World Cup on Sunday and were posted a massive 119 runs against arch-rivals Pakistan. India’s new No. 3 Pant was lucky to hit 42 off 31 balls, but other batsmen in the star-studded line-up failed to perform on difficult pitches. Pakistan overpowered India with all-round bowling with Naseem Shah and Haris Rauf sharing three wickets each.

India looked to be in control with 89 for 3 in 12 overs, losing seven wickets for just 30 runs. Intermittent rain delayed the draw and delayed the start of the match by 50 minutes. Against the backdrop of overcast skies, Babar Azam was expected to throw opposition India into battle.

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