Pakistan winning moments VS India, Champions Trophy 2017 Final

Pakistan has written history here folks. They have beaten the strong Indian team in the final of the Champions trophy 2017 and they lift the cup for the very first time in their history. This is the first time that Pakistan has reached the finals of the Champions Trophy as well.

India was clearly the favorites but the way Pakistan came up and showed their strength first with the bat and then with the ball was excellent. Pakistan team has shown character here. They were the underdogs in this event and now they are the champions here. These are huge moments for Pakistan.

Hasan Ali took the final wicket of the match. He once again took three wickets in the match. He has taken three wickets against teams like Sri Lanka, South Africa, England and now against India. Hasan Ali took thirteen wickets in total in the event.

The moment the final catch was taken the celebrations were on for the Pakistan team. The players were running around. They were hugging each other and then they all bowed down to the almighty. It was a blessed moment for the Pakistani team and nation here.

Before the final started India was the clear favorites. Pakistan has not played well against the Indian team well in the ICC events. India has won most of the games and as a result the Indian team was thought to be the winners here but Sarfraz and his players had some other plans.

Pakistan batting was magnificent. Fakhar Zaman hit his maiden ODI ton for Pakistan in the fourth innings that he was playing. Pakistan then had some good solid innings from Azhar Ali, Babar Azam and Mohammad Hafeez. Imad contributed with some good runs at the end. Pakistan finished on 338. Now in a final this was a massive total. Indian came under pressure once Amir started taking wickets with the new ball. He picked up the first three wickets of the Indian team and these were the three wickets Pakistan was looking for. Once Rohit, Kohli and Dhawan were back in the pavilion the game was 90% with the Pakistan team.

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