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India vs Pakistan first innings report (India innings 300 Runs) : Cricket World Cup 2015

India vs Pakistan world cup 2015 India batting innings 300 runs
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India vs Pakistan, most anticipated match of the Cricket World Cup 2015 has started today and you can check out the first innings or half match report. India scored 300 runs for 7 wickets in 50 overs. Indian Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni won the toss and elected to bat first. Both the openers Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma started off the innings well but Rohit Sharma(15 runs) lost his wicket to pacer Sohail Khan in the 8 over. But Shikhar Dhawan Got the support from Virat Kohli and both the batsmen added 129 runs for 2nd wicket which is the highest partnership for India against Pakistan in World Cups. Unluckily Shikhar Dhawan(73 runs) Misjudged the run and got run out in 30th over of the innings and made 73 runs. After Dhawan out, Another Young Batsman Suresh Raina batted well with Virat Kohli and both added 110 runs. After making century in 119 balls Kohli(107 from 126 runs) got out in 45th overs. At the other End Dhoni Joined Suresh Raina(74 from 56 balls) but Raina lost his wicket to Sohail Khan in in 48th over when India was 284/3. After that India lost wickets at regular intervals and scored 300/7 in 50 overs. In Pakistan bowling Sohail Khan bowled well and took 5/55 and Wahab Riaz took 1 wicket at the end. At the end of the innings Shami and Ashwin were batting at the Crease.

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