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 •  WC 2019: Amir becomes joint highest wicket-taker
Pakistan left-arm fast bowler Mohammad Amir has become the joint highest wicket-taker, having scalped 13 wickets in the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup 2019 so far.
 
 •  Was nervous ahead of PAK clash: KL Rahul
India batsman K.L. Rahul has admitted that he was a little nervous when he walked out to open the innings alongside Rohit Sharma in the much-anticipated World Cup clash against Pakistan here on Sunday.
 
 •  Injury scare for India as Bhuvneshwar suffers hamstring injury
A hamstring injury forced Bhuvneshwar Kumar to cut short his campaign during India's World Cup match against Pakistan at Old Trafford.
 
 •  Pakistan captain Sarfaraz trolled for not paying heed to Imran's advice
It seems the tweets didn't reach Sarfaraz, who won the toss and promptly put India into bat under overcacst conditions.
 
 •  IND vs PAK: Kohli livid after walking back despite not hitting the ball
Batting on 77 in the 48th over, Kohli tried to pull a Mohammed Amir bouncer, but the ball flew past his bat to wicketkeeper Sarfaraz Ahmed even as the India skipper felt he had got the faintest of edges.
 
 •  Kohli livid after walking back despite not hitting the ball
Batting on 77 in the 48th over, Kohli tried to pull a Mohammed Amir bouncer, but the ball flew past his bat to wicketkeeper Sarfaraz Ahmed even as the India skipper felt he had got the faintest of edges.
 
 •  Rohit once again proves his worth with century against Pakistan
India opener Rohit Sharma scored his 24th ODI ton in the high-octane World Cup clash between India and Pakistan at Old Trafford. Rohit Sharma struck a 113-ball 140 that included 14 fours and three sixes and his innings made sure India recorded a big score after being put into bat. Rohit's innings set and broke quite a few records.
 
 •  Twitter applauds as Rohit Sharma slams ton against Pakistan
An India-Pakistan cricket clash never goes unnoticed and if it is at a World Cup, then then the viewership just multiplies. And, if the tussle has some quality individual performances, then in today's world, twitter goes wild.
 
 •  Kohli becomes fastest batsman to score 11,000 runs
Kohli achieved the feat in 222 innings, going past Sachin Tendulkar who took 276 knocks to go past the 11,000-run mark. Ricky Ponting reached the milestone in 286 innings, while Sourav Ganguly took 288 innings to achieve the feat.
 
 •  World Cup: Rohit smashes ton, breaks 23-yr old record with Rahul
Rohit looked in sublime touch from the word go and brought up his third century in World Cups in vintage fashion. He got to his 100 in 85 balls, hitting nine fours and three sixes.
 
 •  Rohit, Rahul steal show, get India off to perfect start against Pakistan
Opening the batting for the first time with K.L. Rahul in the absence of injured Shikhar Dhawan, Rohit allowed his partner to settle down and played the aggressor's role from the get-go.
 
 •  Ind-Pak WC clash: Rohit rises to challenge, hits 34-ball 50
Rohit, opening the batting for the first time with K.L. Rahul in the absence of injured Shikhar Dhawan, smashed six fours and two huge sixes en route his 43rd ODI fifty.
 
 •  India-Pakistan clash 'final' before the final: Inzamam
On the eve of India-Pakistan match in the World Cup, Inzamam-ul-Haq, the chief selector and former captain of Pakistan, said that the match between these two sides in the World Cup is a 'final' before a final.
 
 •  Rishabh Pant joins Team India in Manchester
The BCCI on Saturday tweeted an image of Pant in Indian gear at the Old Trafford. Another image on the Indian team's Instagram handle showed Pant training with Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Dinesh Karthik. 
 
 •  2003 game against Pak best memory apart from 2011 WC win: Tendulkar
The legend has been a part of five India-Pakistan games in the showpiece event and his scores read 54 in 1992, 31 in 1996, 45 in 1999, 98 in 2003 and 85 in 2011.
 
 •  World Cup: Record books back India in clash of arch-rivals
While Pakistan have a better record than India in all ODIs, winning 73 of the 131 games played between the two teams, things take a different turn in ICC events as the Indians lead 6-0 in World Cup encounters.
 
 •  India 6, Pakistan 0 in World Cup encounters so far
 Men in Blue have won all the six games they have played in World Cups.
 
 •  India will win World Cup, says Kerala numerologist
A Kerala-based numerologist who predicted India's victory at the 2011 World Cup, on Saturday said India would do it again this time.
 
 •  'Spotty showers' may affect much-awaited Ind-Pak clash
<p>As per the weather forecasting website, Accuweather, spotty showers are to take place between 12 pm and 1 pm (local time). The website further predicted that the conditions will remain overcast throughout the day with the temperature hovering around 17 degree Celsius. 
 
 •  'Spotty showers' may affect much-awaited Ind-Pak clash
<p>As per the weather forecasting website, Accuweather, spotty showers are to take place between 12 pm and 1 pm (local time). The website further predicted that the conditions will remain overcast throughout the day with the temperature hovering around 17 degree Celsius. 
 
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