Two innings of astonishing hitting in either half gave a capacity crowd at Sardar Patel Stadium in Motera, Ahmedabad a batting treat on Friday (December 28), in the second and final Twenty20 International between India and Pakistan. In the end, Yuvraj Singh (72 in 36 balls) emerged the winner with Mohammad Hafeez (55 in 26) having to settle for second best, as India beat Pakistan by 11 runs in a high-scoring match to level the series 1-1.
Hafeez won his second toss and chose to field again, but saw India run away to a massive 192 for five. In response, Pakistan managed only 181 for seven. And along the way, Pakistan learnt the hard way that if it’s a limited-overs match involving India, you can keep Yuvraj down for one match, but you can’t shut him out of a series.Read more
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