India retain title by defeating Pakistan by two wickets

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Blind Cricket World Cup 2018 final live: Follow India vs Pakistan match

India struggled in the final stages of their run chase as Pakistan claimed three successive wickets to gain an upper hand over their arch-rivals.

India beat Pakistan in a thriller to retain the Blind Cricket World Cup played in Sharjah. Sunil Ramesh (93) and Ajay Reddy (62) top-scored for India.

Blind Cricket World Cup 2018 final live: Follow India vs Pakistan match
LIVE: India vs Pakistan, Blind Cricket World Cup 2018 Final

This is India's second title win in the Blind Cricket World Cup.

In response, India reached the target in penultimate over with two wickets remaining. In this tournament, the Indian team has been irrelevant and it is the strongest contender to win the title. Earlier, in the group match, India had defeated Pakistan by 7 wickets.

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India had a good opening partnership in excess of 60 runs. Riasat Khan and skipper Nisar Ali contributed 48 and 47 runs, respectively. India had lost the final match in 2014 after beating the same opponents at Cape Town. In the second semi-final, Pakistan's team went down to the title by defeating Sri Lanka by 156 runs.

India remained unbeaten throughout the tournament and bagged 15000 AED (Rs 2,60,000) as prize amount along with the trophy.

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The Pakistan Blind Cricket Council had invited International Cricket Council CEO David Richardson, former Pakistan captain Zaheer Abbas and ex-Indian wicketkeeper Syed Kirmani to witness the final.

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