T20 World Cup: Virat holds unwanted record, Pakistan beat India

The date of 24th October, 2021 has been written as a day of major change in cricket history. In fact, no one expected what had happened on the cricket field on this day. Not at all for India. For the first time, Pakistan have defeated India in the history of the World Cup. Let us tell you that in the first match of the ICC T20 World Cup 2021 held in Dubai, the Pakistan team, captained by Babar Azam, fell heavily on the legendary Indian team and gave them a 10-wicket defeat. With this, Virat Kohli has recorded an unwanted record that every Indian captain has successfully saved in the last 29 years. The first match between India and Pakistan in the history of the World Cup was played in 1992 and since then the two teams have clashed in every odi World Cup in a row till 2003.

In the 2007 World Cup, both of them were initially eliminated and could not play, but the first T20 World Cup was played the same year and India beat Pakistan twice, including the final. After that India also won in 2011, 2015 and 2019 ODI World Cups, while the 2009 and 2010 T20 World Cups did not clash. Team India won in 2012, 2014 and 2016. After all these victories, India lost in 2021.

With Pakistan's win, India's chance to set a 13-0 record was also out of hand, but Team India still have a chance to retain a 7-0 lead in the 2023 ODI World Cup. Not only that, despite this defeat, Team India's record in T20 cricket is still brilliant against Pakistan.

 

 

 

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