India vs Pakistan: Virat Kohli hugs Mohammad Rizwan after 10-wicket loss in the T20 2021 World Cup

India vs Pakistan: In a graceful gesture towards his opponent. Virat Kohli hugged Mohammad Rizwan after Pakistan defeated India in the group game of the T20 World Cup. In Dubai in 2021 with 10 wickets.

However, the long-awaited T20 World Cup clash between India and Pakistan ended. In a rather one-sided encounter when Babar Azam’s team achieved a 10-wicket victory in Dubai on Sunday.

Therefore, this was the first time Pakistan had beaten India in a T20 World Cup match. In addition, Ended the winless streak after five matches.

By the way, this is also Pakistan’s first win against India in a World Cup match. Prior to this game, the Men in Blue had beaten Pakistan in all 12 World Cup games.

After Pakistani starters firstly, Mohammad Rizwan (79 *) and secondly, Babar Azam (68 *) capped India to 151/7. Thanks to a brilliant opening spell from thirdly, Shaheen Afridi (3/31), and tight pins in between, they pursued the goal. And lastly, there are 13 balls left.

Although it was a devastating defeat for Team India in the opening game of the World Cup. In addition, Skipper Virat Kohli displayed exemplary sportsmanship as he congratulated Rizwan in the opening games.

Firstly, Hugged Rizwan, and praised him for the impressive innings. In addition, fans across the border praised Kohli for the gesture and celebrated the warm moment.


India vs Pakistan: Here is how the fans reacted

Virat Kohli, Mohammad Rizwan & Babar Azam 😍

Things you love to see 💙💚#PakvsIndia— Hsn (@hsntalal_tiwana) October 24, 2021

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However, The Indian captain admitted after the game that the team was unable to carry out its plans properly. In addition, that the Pakistan bowlers were right throughout the game.

“We didn’t execute properly. However, Credit where it’s due and Pakistan outplayed us today. In addition, They started brilliantly with the ball, and 3 wickets for 20 runs was not a good start. We needed wickets early but with the bat, they gave us absolutely no chances,” said Kohli.

“It played slow in the first half and hitting through the line was not that easy. And In addition, as it was in the second half, after 10 overs. Therefore, we needed those 15-20 extra runs and for that. We needed a good start but Pakistan’s bowling didn’t allow us to get those extra runs.”

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