Mentor Dhoni chats with Pakistani after India’s loss in Dubai

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Team India’s Mentor, MS Dhoni was spotted interacting with Pakistan’s Imad Wasim and Shoaib Malik. With a 10-wicket triumph on October 24. Pakistan ended a 12-match losing streak against India in T20 and ODI World Cup history.

Pakistani players performed admirably, and Dhoni must have congratulated them. After four years of meeting, it would primarily be banter.

Dhoni with Pakistani Players

Pakistan has finally triumphed over its cursed past, ushering in a new era. In every area, Pakistan demonstrated superior control in the field. As a result, they earned a well-deserved victory over India.

Kohi-led Team India lost the toss. Kohli and his team were encouraged to take the field and confront Pakistani bowlers by Babar Azam. Babar made the toss decision with the knowledge that the dew would appear in the game’s second inning.

And then after being invited to bat first, Rohit and Rahul pulled their bat to the ground. However, Rohit Sharma got out on the very first ball he faced in the match. Fast yorker from Shaheen Afridi stunned Rohit and sent to the dressing room. And a couple of balls later Rahul became the second target of Afridi. KL Rahul couldn’t anticipate the ball pace and got beaten completely onto wickets.

Dhoni supported India’s playing style as Virat Kohli played the captain’s inning and Pant supported in the middle

Kohli played bravely and scored 57 runs off 49 balls. But just before being to a better place for the conclusion. Afridi got him out as his third wicket of the night. while Pant was dismissed earlier by Shadab Khan after a well-made 39 off 30. However, because to the poor start, India was only able to catch up to 151/7.

“We didn’t execute properly. Credit where it’s due and Pakistan outplayed us today. 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,” Kohli said.

Kohli confessed that India’s plans were not carried out well, but praised the opposition’s clinical performance on the night.

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