Check how many times India defeated Pakistan in World Cup Matches

Cricket’s biggest rivalry begins on October 24 in ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021 in Dubai. India and Pakistan will lock horns after 5 years in the T20 World Cup tournament, which generates endless entertainment and passion amongst fans. Indian and Pakistan playing the final match in the inaugural World Cup brought quick popularity to the league. Both teams have been drawn in the same group, along with New Zealand and Afghanistan. Watch India vs Pakistan live on YuppTV and enjoy watching ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021 from October 17 to November 14 in the UAE and Oman.

Ahead of the most awaited match, let’s look at their appearances in the T20 World cups.

1. 2007 T20 World Cup Group Match – India beat Pakistan in a bowl out

The intense match between India and Pakistan in Durban in the inaugural World Cup ended in a tie. Pakistan couldn’t chase India’s target of 141 and levelled the score despite three wickets in hand. Instead of a super over, it was a bowl out to decide the winner. Successful in hitting the wickets, India emerged victorious in the end.

2. 2007 World Cup Final – India won by 5 runs

The high voltage final match of the 2007 World cup witnessed both teams locking horns in Johannesburg. Gautham Gambhir’s brilliant 75 and Rohit Sharma’s 30 powered India to a decent score of 157 on the board. In response, Pakistan started well and was on the mark. Misbah holds his cool till the end but one risky scoop shot, and he’s gone. Pakistan all out for 152, and India became the World Champion.

3. Super 8’s – 2012 World Cup – India beat Pakistan by 8 wickets

The two neighbours encountered in the super eights of the 2012 tournament held in Sri Lanka. India restricted Pakistan at 128 as Laxmipathy Balaji picked up 3 wickets. Almost a one-sided affair, Virat Kohli’s unbeaten 78 navigated India to victory.

4) Super 10s, 2014 T20 WC – India beat Pakistan by 7 wickets

India continued its winning streak against Pakistan in 2014 in Dhaka. India constrained Pakistan

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