On October 24 in Dubai, a thrilling match between India and Pakistan will take place as part of the Super 12 stage of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021. Both teams will try to start the tournament strong by winning to boost their confidence. Pakistan won its exhibition match against the West Indies but lost to South Africa, while India easily defeated both England and Australia. The team lead by Virat Kohli will try to maintain their incredible record in international competitions against Babar Azam’s group. Cricket Highlights
First Twenty20 Match Highlights: In the first T20 International of the five-match series on Thursday, South Africa defeated India by seven wickets thanks to ferocious half-centuries from David Miller and Rassie van der Dussen. Miller (64 not out) and Van der Dussen (75 not out), who were chasing a huge 212, put on an unbroken 131-run fourth-wicket stand to easily get the visitors home. Bhuveneshwar Kumar (1/43) and Harshal Patel (1/43) each claimed one wicket for India. Axar Patel (1/40). Ishan Kishan earlier scored 76 runs off only 48 balls to lead India to 211/4 over South Africa in the opening T20 International.
Indian culture is heavily influenced by cricket, and some of the game’s greatest players, including Sachin Tendulkar, Virat Kohli, MS Dhoni, and Rohit Sharma, frequently become household names and are among the nation’s most prominent individuals. The Indian and Pakistani teams have a long-standing rivalry, making India-Pakistan matches some of the most eagerly awaited and widely viewed television broadcasts in the world.
Unlike other cricketing nations, like England, who tour abroad during the winter and play at home during the summer, international cricket in India does not follow a regular schedule. One of the best cricket teams in the world, the Indian squad has won two ICC World Cups, one ICC World Twenty20, two ICC Champion’s Trophies, and placed second in the first ICC World Test Championship. The original plan was for India to host the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup in 2021. The tournament was relocated to the United Arab Emirates by the ICC, nevertheless, as a result of the COVID-19 Pandemic’s spread in India. India will serve as the 2023 Cricket World Cup’s host nation.
There are many international-standard cricket stadiums in India. The third-biggest cricket stadium in the world, Eden Gardens of Kolkata, is located in West Bengal. The largest stadium in the world, Narendra Modi Stadium, is located in India. The domestic cricket regulating bodies, including the Mumbai Cricket Association and the Maharashtra Cricket Association, respectively, supervise tournaments and other related activities in Mumbai and Maharashtra.