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Pakistan cricketer Sahid Afridi reacts (R) after winning the sixth match of the Asia Cup one-day cricket tournament between India and Pakistan at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Dhaka on March 2, 2014. AFP PHOTO/Munir uz ZAMAN
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India vs Pakistan: 3 Matches Where Pakistan Has Beaten India In A Multi-Nation Tournament In Recent Times. India and Pakistan are set the stage on fire as they gear up for an exciting encounter on Sunday in the T20 World Cup 2021 super 12 stages and this will be one of the most anticipated games. India and Pakistan last played against each other in the 2019 Worldcup and it was complete dominance from the Indian side in the game.

As far as T20 Worldcup is concerned, India and Pakistan have played against each other five times and India has ended up on the winning side in all of those games. Pakistan has never managed to win against India in World Cup fixtures and this will be a big opportunity for them to break the records in the upcoming fixture. Here are 3 Matches where Pakistan has beaten India in a multi-nation tournament in recent times.

India vs Pakistan: 3 Matches Where Pakistan Has Beaten India In A Multi-Nation Tournament In Recent Times

2017 Champions Trophy Final:

Fakhar Zaman
Fakhar Zaman. Image Credits: Twitter

2017 Champions trophy final was the last time that Pakistan had beaten India and this game was pure dominance from the men on the green side. Having won the toss, India decided to bowl first and the plans backfired as Pakistan put up an excellent show with the bat. Fakhar Zaman’s century lit up the show while Mohammad Hafeez and Azhar Ali scored half-centuries to finish with 338 for the loss of 4 wickets.

India had a daunting target to chase down and they did not help themselves by losing early wickets. With 6 wickets down for just 72 runs, the onus was on Hardik Pandya and Ravindra Jadeja to win the game for India. Hardik smashed 76 off 43 balls and almost pulled back the game for India until he was run out. India ended up losing the Champions Trophy final by 180 runs.

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