Indian Blind Cricket Team Brings Pride To The Nation Once Again, Wins T20 Blind Asia Cup

The Logical Indian

January 24th, 2016 / 10:08 PM

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India defeated Pakistan in the first ever championship of Blind T20 Asia Cup.

India scored 208/5 in 20 overs and Pakistan in their reply could just manage 164 runs. Pakistan was so far unbeaten in this tournament and had defeated India by 19 runs in the group stages. Pakistan topped the group stage and India came second.

The Logical Indian community congratulates the whole team and the coaches. We hope the nation will show love to these heroes equally.


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