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Asia Cup 2022: Pakistan will face India on August 28
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Asia Cup 2022: Pakistan will face India on August 28


IND vs PAK Asia Cup: The Asia Cup 2022 will be held in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) from 27 August to 11 September. Teams of India and Pakistan will face each other in this tournament. Actually, there has been no series between the two countries since January 2013, due to which both the teams simply face each other in multinational tournaments. The match between India and Pakistan in the Asia Cup 2022 will be played on August 28. At the same time, it is believed that in the Asia Cup 2022, both the teams may face each other more than once. So let’s look at all the matches between the two countries in the Asia Cup so far.

Asia Cup 1984
India defeated Pakistan by 54 runs in the Asia Cup 1984. Batting first, the Indian team scored 188 for 4 wickets, but the Pakistan team was shattered in front of the brilliant bowling of Ravi Shastri and Roger Binny. In this way India defeated Pakistan by 54 runs.

Asia Cup 1988
India defeated Pakistan in the Asia Cup 1988 for the second time in a row. This match was played in Dhaka. Batting first, Pakistan scored 142 runs in this match. In reply to Pakistan’s 142 runs, India came out to bat and won the match by 4 wickets. In this way, India defeated Pakistan in the Asia Cup for the second time in a row.

Asia Cup 1995
In the Asia Cup 1995, Pakistan defeated India by 97 runs. Actually, this was the first time that the Indian team had to face defeat against Pakistan in the Asia Cup. In this match, coming to bat first, Pakistan scored 266 runs for 9 wickets, but in response, the Indian team, who came out to bat, was reduced to just 169 runs.

Asia Cup 1997
In the Asia Cup 1997, the match between India and Pakistan could not be completed due to rain. Batting first in this match, Pakistan’s team was struggling for the loss of 5 wickets for 30 runs in 9 overs, but the next game could not be due to rain. India’s fast bowler Venkatesh Prasad dismissed 4 players for 17 runs. At the same time, this match was being played in Colombo.

Asia Cup 2000
In the Asia Cup 2000, Pakistan defeated India by 44 runs. Actually, this was the second time that the Indian team had to face defeat at the hands of Pakistan in the Asia Cup. Batting first, in this match played in Dhaka, Pakistan scored 295 for 7 wickets, but in response, the Indian team was reduced to just 251 runs.

Asia Cup 2004
Pakistan continued to dominate the Asia Cup 2004. In this match, Pakistan defeated India by 59 runs. Batting first, in this match played in Colombo, Pakistan scored 300 runs for 9 wickets, but the Indian team could score only 241 runs for 8 wickets in 50 overs. Shoaib Malik played a brilliant innings of 143 runs in 127 balls for Pakistan.

Asia Cup 2008
India broke the losing streak in this tournament against Pakistan in the Asia Cup 2008. Actually, after the Asia Cup 1988, the Indian team was continuously losing against Pakistan, but this time the Indian team ended the series by winning the match. Virender Sehwag played a stormy innings of 119 runs in 95 balls for India. India achieved Pakistan’s target of 300 runs in just 42.1 overs.

Actually, India and Pakistan faced each other twice in Asia Cup 2008. In the group stage, Barat defeated Pakistan, while in the Super-4, Pakistan defeated India. In this match, the Indian team had to face defeat by 8 wickets. In this way, in the Asia Cup 2008, both the teams won 1-1 match against each other.

Asia Cup 2010
India beat Pakistan by 3 wickets in Asia Cup 2010. In this match, batting first, Pakistan scored 267 runs, in response to which the Indian team defeated Pakistan by 3 wickets thanks to Gautam Gambhir’s 83 and Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s 56.

Asia Cup 2012
India once again defeated Pakistan in the Asia Cup 2012. In this match, coming to bat first, Pakistan scored 329 runs for 6 wickets, but the Indian team easily achieved this target. Virat Kohli scored 183 runs in 148 balls for India. At the same time, India won the match with 13 balls remaining.

Asia Cup 2014
Pakistan defeated India in Asia Cup 2014. In this match, the Indian team, who came to bat first, scored 245 for 8 wickets, in response to which Pakistan won the match thanks to Shahid Afridi’s unbeaten 34 off 18 balls. At the same time, apart from this, Mohammad Hafeez played an important innings of 75 runs.

Asia Cup 2016
India beat Pakistan by 5 wickets in Asia Cup 2016. Chasing 84 runs, the Indian team was struggling at one time after losing 3 wickets for 8 runs, but Virat Kohli played an important role in winning India’s match by scoring 49 runs. India won this match by 5 wickets with 27 balls remaining.

Asia Cup 2018
India and Pakistan faced each other twice in Asia Cup 2018. Both the times the Indian team defeated Pakistan. After defeating Pakistan in the group stage, India also defeated in Super-4. India easily defeated Pakistan in the group stage. In reply to Pakistan’s 162 runs, India easily won the match thanks to Rohit Sharma’s 52 and Shikhar Dhawan’s 46. At the same time, when both the teams came face to face in Super-4, India defeated Pakistan by 9 wickets.

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