Men’s Emerging Asia Cup: India suffered a big blow in the Asia Cup final

The Pakistan A team has won the title of the Men’s Emerging Asia Cup (ACC Men’s Emerging Asia Cup 2023) organized by the Asian Cricket Council in Sri Lanka. Pakistan beat India A by 128 runs in the final of the tournament. Batting first, Pakistan posted a strong score of 352/8 in 50 overs, in response to which the Indian innings was bundled out for just 224 runs in 40 overs. Tyeb Tahir was adjudged player of the match for Pakistan for his brilliant century.

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Team India captain Yash Dhull won the toss and chose to bowl first, which proved to be a wrong decision. Pakistan’s openers started with a bang and added 121 runs for the first wicket. Sam Ayyub scored 59 and Sahibzada Farhan scored 65, followed by Omer Yusuf and Mubasir Khan with 35 each but Tyeb Tahir made the most important contribution to take Pakistan past the score of 350.

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Tahir played a stormy inning of 107 runs off 71 balls in this match of Men’s Emerging Asia Cup. Tahir hit 12 fours and 4 sixes during his innings. Rajvardhan Hangargekar and Riyan Parag took 2-2 wickets for Team India.

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Team India definitely had a difficult target but the openers made a tremendous start, Sai Sudarshan was dismissed after scoring 29 runs, while Abhishek Sharma scored the highest innings of 61 runs. Indian captain Yash Dhull also scored 35 runs but none of the batsmen failed to play a big knock and the entire team was bundled out for 224 runs. Wicket-keeper batsman Dhruv Jurel contributed 9 runs while Riyan Parag contributed only 14 runs. Sufiyan Mukim took the maximum 3 wickets from Pakistan.

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