Asia Cup 2018 | India vs Hong Kong Highlights


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Even without regular skipper Virat Kohli, the Indian side, led by Rohit Sharma, is an intimidating one in the limited-overs format.

Hong Kong captain Anshuman Rath won the toss and sent India into bat in their Asia Cup Group A match in Dubai on Tuesday.

Hong Kong lost to Pakistan by eight wickets in their first match.

India rested their key pacer Jasprit Bumrah and allrounder Hardik Pandya.

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HONG KONG: BATTING R B S/R
NIZAKAT KHAN
lbw b Khaleel Ahmed
4 x 126 x 1Dots x 69
92 115 80
ANSHY RATH (C)
Rohit Sharma b Kuldeep Yadav
4 x 46 x 1Dots x 49
73 97 75.25
BABAR HAYAT
MS Dhoni b Yuzvendra Chahal
4 x 16 x 2Dots x 15
18 20 90
CHRISTOPHER CARTER
MS Dhoni b Khaleel Ahmed
4 x 06 x 0Dots x 8
3 11 27.27
KINCHIT SHAH
Shikhar Dhawan b Yuzvendra Chahal
4 x 06 x 1Dots x 3
17 15 113.33
EHSAN KHAN
c & b Khaleel Ahmed
4 x 06 x 0Dots x 8
22 25 88
AIZAZ KHAN
lbw b Yuzvendra Chahal
4 x 06 x 0Dots x 1
1 0
SCOTT MCKECHNIE (WK)
st MS Dhoni b Kuldeep Yadav
4 x 16 x 0Dots x 3
7 6 116.66
TANWIR AFZAL
Not Out
4 x 16 x 1Dots x 6
12 10 120
EHSAN NAWAZ
Not Out
4 x 06 x 0Dots x 1
2 3 66.66
NADEEM AHMED
Avg: 5.58S/R: 44.37
FALL OF WICKETS
ANSHY RATH 174/1(34.1)
NIZAKAT KHAN 175/2(35.4)
CHRISTOPHER CARTER 191/3(39.1)
BABAR HAYAT 199/4(40.2)
KINCHIT SHAH 227/5(44.2)
AIZAZ KHAN 228/6(44.4)
SCOTT MCKECHNIE 240/7(46.3)
EHSAN KHAN 256/8(49.1)
INDIA: BOWLING W R E/R
BHUVNESHWAR KUMAR
O:9M:0NB:0WD:2Dots:29
0 50 5.55
KHALEEL AHMED
O:10M:0NB:0WD:1Dots:35
3 48 4.8
SHARDUL THAKUR
O:4M:0NB:3WD:1Dots:10
0 41 10.25
YUZVENDRA CHAHAL
O:10M:0NB:0WD:1Dots:28
3 46 4.6
KULDEEP YADAV
O:10M:2NB:0WD:1Dots:36
2 42 4.2
KEDAR JADHAV
O:7M:0NB:0WD:0Dots:25
0 28 4
Extras: 13 (B: 0, LB: 4, NB: 3, WD: 6, P: 0)
259/8(50.0

 

Four days after he touched down on the desert safari, India captain Rohit Sharma finally had the full squad assembled for its first — and only — full training session ahead of opening the Asia Cup campaign against rookies Hong Kong.

But, rather than preparing for the possible challenges posed by the rank outsider, while training at the ICC Academy ground on Tuesday, the Men in Blue seemed to be focusing on not thinking about facing Pakistan on Wednesday and getting used to the scorching heat.

The India captain was even asked whether the heat or Hong Kong would pose the bigger challenge. Rohit smiled and came up with a long, typecast answer about how “every game is important”.


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