Turning Point: Babur’s army was moving towards victory, then Milind jumped and Pakistan was finished

New Delhi. Pakistan’s team was moving towards victory against America. In the super over, it was given a target of 19 runs. In reply, it scored 5 runs in 2 balls. Now it needed to score 14 runs in 4 balls. On the third ball of the over, Iftikhar Ahmed hit a powerful shot. The ball went in the air. At first glance, it seemed that the ball was landing safely. There was no fielder around. Then Milind Kumar came like a gust of wind and dived forward and caught the ball a few inches above the ground. Pakistan, which was moving towards victory, was now staring at defeat.

When America defeated Pakistan in the T20 World Cup on Thursday, ‘India B’ started trending on social media. The reason was that there were 5 players in America’s playing eleven who were either born in India or their parents’ birthplace was India. But the real miracle was done by the sixth ‘Indian’ Milind Kumar, who came on the ground as a substitute fielder during the super over.

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Pakistan had scored 5 runs after 2 balls in the super over. Iftikhar Ahmed played the third ball of Saurabh Netravalkar over mid-off. Milind Kumar, fielding at long-off, ran at full speed and before the ball touched the ground, he dived and caught it. This catch is also being called the turning point of the match.

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