Champions Trophy 2017: 5 memorable Ind-Pak matches in ICC events

Being one of the best brandishing competitions on the planet, the epic conflict will be the highlight of the competition. The other two groups in this gathering are Sri Lanka and South Africa. Document photograph: Pakistan's Shahid Afridi (left), India's Virat Kohli and Shikhar Dhawan On paper, India are unquestionably top picks to win this tie and their exhibitions in the past ICC occasions against the adversaries go to support them.

Be that as it may, fans and the cricketers know how nerve destroying this specific match is and the shade of the match can change at any given point. As the opponents bolt horns at Edgbaston this Sunday, let us glance back at the 5 most critical matches between the two sides in ICC occasions.

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 Here are the 5 most paramount India-Pakistan coordinates in ICC competitions:

1999 Cricket World Cup

India did not have an extraordinary trip in the 1992 Cricket World Cup. The Indian side driven by Mohammed Azharuddin completed seventh among 9 countries in the round robin arrange. They had won just 2 coordinates however one of them was against main opponents and possible champions Pakistan. Batting first India scored 216 keeps running with Sachin Tendulkar scoring an unbeaten 54. Pakistan were rocked the bowling alley out for 174 runs. The most notable snapshot of the match was Javed Miandad's on-field spat with wicketkeeper Kiran More. More was included in consistent sledging behind the stumps. At the point when Miandad achieved the edge of his understanding he ridiculed the Indian by hopping in an enlivened manner.

1996 Cricket World Cup

Another World Cup and it was yet another win for the Indian side. In the quarterfinal coordinate, batting in the first place, India posted a mammoth aggregate of 287 runs riding on Navjot Singh Sidhu's splendid 93. Pursuing the aggregate, Pakistan figured out how to score only 248 runs. The famous snapshot of the match was the spat between Indian quick bowler Venkatesh Prasad and Pakistan's Amir Sohail. Sohail in the wake of hitting Prasad for several limits ridiculed the bowler in a rude way. The following ball saw Prasad severing Sohail's stump and gave a fitting answer.

2003 ICC Cricket World Cup

India third continuous win against Pakistan in World Cup came in 2003. In a gathering stage conflict between the two opponents, India developed triumphant by 6 wickets. Batting to start with, Pakistan posted an impressive aggregate of 273. Sachin Tendulkar scored a splendid 98 and Yuvraj Singh struck an unbeaten 50 to guide India to an important win. The notable minute from the match was the spat between Shoaib Akhtar and Virender Sehwag. Akhtar was persistently sledging Sachin. After some time the ace blaster struck a splendid six of Akhtar's conveyance over the third man. Sehwag provoked the Pakistani quick bowler after Tendulkar's six.

2004 ICC Champions Trophy

Pakistan's first and final win over India in an ICC competition came in the 2004 ICC Champions Trophy. India, Pakistan and Kenya were hollowed in a similar gathering. Both the Asian sides won their separate matches against Kenya and confronted each other in a do or bite the dust conflict. Batting first India figured out how to score only 200. They were diminished 73/5 at one phase yet Rahul Dravid and Ajit Agarkar's association resuscitated their innings. Pakistan pursued down the aggregate losing 7 wickets and met all requirements for the elimination round.

2011 ICC Cricket World Cup Champions India crushed Pakistan in the semi-last of ICC World Cup 2011. By and by Sachin Tendulkar was the pinnacle of the Indian batsmen scoring 85 runs which guided the group's score to 260 keeps running in 50 overs. The Indian bowlers did whatever remains of the employment as Pakistan were knocked down some pins out for only 231. India went ahead to win the pined for trophy following 28 years beating Sri Lanka in the last.

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