Asia Cup 2018: India Avoid Defeat But Hong Kong Won Hearts

By | September 19, 2018

Asia Cup 2018: India Avoid Defeat But Hong Kong Won Hearts

India won in the Asia Cup 2018 match between India and Hong Kong on Tuesday, but Hong Kong won hearts.

In the Asia Cup 2018, the Indian team won the match between India and Hong Kong. The Team Indian scored 285 runs in this match. Chasing the chase, the opener Nizakat Khan  (92) and captain Anshuman Rath (73) won the hearts of millions of cricket fans by making a century partnership of 174 runs for the 1st wicket.

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Hong Kong won hearts

The Hong Kong team went out with defeat

The team Hong Kong  was out from Asia Cup 2018. It was told that before this, Hong Kong was defeated by eight wickets in their first match in Pakistan. But the manner in which Hong Kong’s batsmen have performed on Tuesday is appreciated. Many other veteran cricketers, including VVS Laxman, Mohammad Kaif, praised the Hong Kong team of Indian cricketers.

India’s cricket team is currently counted among the world’s strongest teams. The Indian team is number one in the Tests and number one in ODIs. There are several level bowlers in the team. Against whom an Associate team who has just taken birth in the game, he plays the whole 50 overs. There is also a time in it that the Indian team has gone on backfoot.

Chasing six-time champions India to pursue the target of 286, Hong Kong batsmen made 174 runs without any loss in the 34th over and they had to score 112 runs to win the match, while they had ten wickets remaining. But after that, Chinaman bowler Kuldeep Yadav got Anshuman caught by captain Rohit Sharma and gave India the first and greatest success. India gets the first wicket Anshuman hit four fours and a six in 97 balls.

After being given the first breakthrough by Kuldeep, fast bowler Khaleel Ahmed, playing his debut match, brought the Nizam back to the game in the next over and brought India back into the game. Nizak hit 12 fours and a six in 115 balls. After two consecutive wickets falling, the run rate increased due to the Hong Kong goal was difficult. Hong Kong then lost their fourth wicket in the form of Babar Hyatt (18) on the third and 199th position as Christopher Carter (3) at 191. Carter was caught by Khaleel at the hands of wicketkeeper Mahendra Singh Dhoni, while Yuswendra Chahal Hayat was handed over to Dhoni. Babar Hayat put 1 four and 2 sixes in 20 balls.

Chahal and Khaleel shocked 3-3 wickets

Hong Kong then again scored fifth in the form of Kigin Shah (17) on 227, and lost a sixth in the form of Ejaz Khan (0) after one run. Kuldeep again gave him a seventh blow to Hong Kong by scoring a shot at Scott McKain (7) in the hands of Dhoni. Khalil has given India the eighth success. He caught Ehsan Khan (22) on his own ball. Hong Kong was to score 30 runs to win in the last over, but the team could have scored 259 runs in eight wickets in 50 overs. Fast bowler Khaleel Ahmed, playing his debut match from India, won three wickets for 48 runs, Yuzvendra Chahal got three for 46 runs and Chainaman bowler Kuldeep Yadav got 2 wickets for 42 runs.

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