India vs Pakistan Asia Cup 2014 Match 6: India crawl to 168/5 after 40 overs
Ambati Rayudu was batting on 36 whereas Ravindra Jadeja was on seven.
Ambati Rayudu was batting on © Getty Images
Mar 2, 2014
India crawled to 168 for five after 40 overs in their Asia Cup 2014 Match 6 at the Shere Bangla Stadium in Mirpur on Sunday.
Ambati Rayudu was batting on 36 whereas Ravindra Jadeja was on seven, as the two batsmen have the task to revive the Indian innings after early jolts.
India have comes to the score of 144 for the loss of four wickets after 33 overs against Pakistan in the sixth match of the Asia Cup 2014 at Mirpur. Ambati Rayudu is batting on 28 and Dinesh Karthik is on 16. Their partnership is worth 41 runs for the fifth wicket.
India had lost their top-order for before the half-way in the innings. Shikhar Dhawan was the first wicket to fall for 10 to Mohammad Hafeez. Virat Kohli then departed for five to Umar Gul. Rohit Sharma has top-scored so far with 56, but he fell to Mohammad Talha. Rohit had scored his 22 half-century in ODIs during the match. He struck seven fours and two sixes.