India suffered an unexpected setback early on in the T20 World Cup. Team India lost to long-time rivals by 10 wickets in a match played in Dubai on Sunday. Virat Kohli (57:49 off 5×4, 1×6) scored a half-century in the first innings to help India win the toss and elected to bat first, scoring 151 for seven. Pakistan openers Babur Azam (68 not out: 6×4, 2×6 off 52 balls) and Mohammad Rizwan (79 not out: 6×4, 3×6 off 55 balls) won the toss and elected to field. The Indian bowlers, who bowled 17.5 overs, failed to take at least one wicket. This is the first time in the history of the T20 World Cup that Pakistan has beaten India. Pakistan captain Babur Azam, who had won the toss earlier in the match, opted for fielding. With that .. India openers Rohit Sharma (0) and KL Rahul (3: 8) started the innings with a low score to submit the wicket to Shaheen Afridi. Suryakumar Yadav (1×4, 1×6 off 11: 8 balls) who came next appeared to be playing aggressively. At this stage, Virat Kohli, who played consistently with Rishabh Pant (2×4, 2×6 off 39:30 balls), prevented the fall of the first wicket and established a 53-run partnership for the fourth wicket. Rishabh Pant hit back-to-back sixes off Hasan Ali’s bowling after the crease. After that, Shadab Khan submitted the wicket for a huge shot in the over. Among Pakistani bowlers, Shaheen Afridi took three wickets while Hasan Ali took two, Shadab Khan and Harris Roup took four wickets. The Pakistan openers played aggressively from the first over in a 152-run chase. Regardless of whether they are spinners or pacers, Rizwan and Babur play huge shots. It seems that the Indian bowlers went under pressure in the power play itself. Varun Chakraborty and Jadeja bowled sparingly in the middle over. In the end, Pakistan needed 17 off 18 balls to win. In the 18th over, Rizwan was bowled 6,4,4,1 in the 18th over. All Indian bowlers submit at least 7 runs per over. Mohammad Shami scored 43 runs in 3.5 overs.