Pakistan loses all 3 matches as India tops group

Sunday, 16 June 2013 - 8:19


India underlined their Champions Trophy credentials and secured bragging rights over Pakistan with a comprehensive eight-wicket win in their dead-rubber clash at Edgbaston.


Already confirmed as winners of Group B and assured of a place in the semi-finals, India maintained their 100% record by chasing down a Duckworth-Lewis-revised target of 102 with 17 balls of their 22 overs to spare.


A woeful Pakistan, who exit the competition nursing three defeats in as many games, were bowled out for 165 inside 40 overs on a surface true enough for Shikhar Dhawan to make a dashing 48 off 40 balls in India's rain-interrupted chase.

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