June 14, 2008

Ind vs Pak Kitply Tri-series: who will win in final?

To Watch India vs Pakistan Kitply Tri-Nation Final


India and Pakistan is going to play in the Kitply Tri-Series cricket tournament final match tomorrow. India is has secure the full points from the qualified round and Pakistan was on the second position just has won one match of the two to play the final match. With this, the arch-rival India vs Pakistan is going to meet in final of the Kitply Tri-nation Cricket Tournament again.

Dear fans, you all know that the people of the Indian Sub-continent always enjoy the matches between Ind vs Pak with a most excitement. In the pervious math of Kitply Cup Tri-nation Series between India and Pakistan, the gallery was full to the brim and I think it will be repeated in final cricket match of the Tri-Nation series tournament. It proves how favorite the matches between Indian and Pakistan are! although Bangladesh was another team here.

The first match between India and Pakistan review:

The first match between the two was full of enthusiasm. India won the toss and elected to bat first and own by 140 with a mind blowing performances of the players form the both side batting and fielding. So it is a dependable work style for the final match of the ongoing series of the Kitply Tri-Nation tournament series.

Indian top order batsmen G Gambhir, V Sehwag and Yuvraj Singh’s successive performances help India to score a big score of 330 runs that will inspire them to do well in the final match. G Gambhir scored 62 runs from 62 balls by hitting 6 fours, V Sehwag acquired 89 runs form 76 balls with 13 fours and just a single six and another hard hitter batsman Yuvraj Singh obtained 55 runs from 54 balls with 3 fours and 3 sixes. The middle order batsmen YK Pathan and RG Sharma failed to attain any good score to the India and the run rate was gone slowly. But the lower-middle batsmen did well that is why India could secure another big sore against Pakistan in the One Day International tournament.

During the match, the second match of Kitply Cup Tri-Series tournament, Indian bowlers threw a challenge to the Pakistani batsmen. The new bowler Praveen Kumar and Piyush Chawla secured 4 wickets each. With this aggressive bowling India did not built any strong base in the Pakistan side. Piyush Chawla acquired his top bowing figure in the ODI tournament in the Kitply Cup Tri-Series tournament 4 wickets for 40 runs. On the other hand the Praveen Kumar obtained his 3rd 4 wickets in the One Day International tournament.

I wrote before that Pakistan batsmen did not built any strong partnership against the second match of the of the Kitply Cup Tri-Series tournament. The top and top-middle order batsmen’s early downfall turned the team in the dangerous position. As a result, Pakistan lost all wickets just secured 190 runs form 35.4 overs. Pakistan skipper Shoaib Malik scored 53 runs and the higher scorer. Kamran Akmal is the second highest scorer, Misbah-ul-Haq and Shahid Afridi just scored 24 and 23 runs each.

We can not say that Pakistan showed very good performances alongside the wicker team of the Kitply Tri-Nation Series tournament. In case of rain, the authority decided to decrease the overs and fixed it for 40 over. Pakistan secured 233 runs by remaining 39.3 balls losing all wickets.

During the match between Bangladesh and Pakistan, Pak bowlers showed good presentation but they seems helpless to the Indian batting. During the match alongside India of the Kitply Cup Tri-Nation Series, Omar Gul showed best staging and achieved 3 wickets by giving huge runs of 60. Most interesting thing is that the most successive bowler of the Pakistan side, Sohail Tanvir showed performances in the matches disappointed all the fans of Pakistan.

From the reviews, anyone can assume that Indian is standing in the strong situation from both the sites bowing and bating. Indian top order batting is so strong now that they could do anything any time. If Pakistan wants to win the Kitply Cup Tri-Nation series Tournament trophy they will have to show a good act in the final of the series.