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India Vs Pakistan live score, world cup 2019: India lose 2nd wiceket, Rohit Sharma

India vs Pakistan Live Score,2019 ICC cricket world cup: After Kl Raul’s departure, India vice-caption Rohit Sharma kept going and completed his hundred in just 85 balls.


Rohit Sharma hit his second century in World Cup 2019 to put India on track of a big total against Pakistan at Old Trafford in Manchester on Sunday. Opener Shikhar Dhawan was sidelined with a thumb injury suffered while making a century in a victory over champions Australia last time out. Rohit Sharma, who made 122 in India’s opening win over South Africa and 57 against Australia, went to fifty in just 34 balls against Pakistan.

Earlier, Pakistan spearheads Mohammad Amir faced the prospect of being removed from the attack before completing his overs in a key World Cup match against arch-rivals India after receiving two official warnings for running on the pitch in his first spell at Old Trafford. The left-arm quick was officially warned by Australian umpire Bruce Oxenford in the third and fifth overs of Sunday’s match. India was without an opener, Shikhar Dhawan,

who suffered a thumb injury while compiling a hundred against Australia. But the new first-wicket pair of Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul promoted up the order in Dhawan’s absence, got them off to a solid start. Rohit Sharma pulled Hasan Ali for six — a shot greeted with huge cheers from the massed ranks of India fans in the sold-out crowd and late cut Wahab Riaz for four to bring up India’s fifty off the last ball of the 10th over