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Pakistan-India-ODI-FSK-Delhi-5KARACHI: Pakistan batsman Umar Akmal was stumped by India captain and wicketkeeper Mahendra Singh Dhoni on the bowling of Ravebdra Jadeja for 25 in 50 balls leaving Pakistan on 126-6 balls in the 3rd and final One-day International (ODI) on Sunday.

 

Earlier, Pakistan were 119-5 when Shoaib Malik was lbw Ishant Sharma for 5 in 13 balls in the 3rd and final One-day International (ODI) on Sunday.


Captain Misbah-ul-Haq went for 39 (82) caught by Rahane on an Ashiwn delivery in the 3rd and final One-day International (ODI) on Sunday.


Pakistan were 61-3 when Nasir Jamshed was lbw Ashwin on 34 (64) in the 3rd and final One-day International (ODI) on Sunday.


Wicketkeeper Kamran Akmal was lbw on 0 and Younis Khan was out on 6, both bowled by India pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar in the 3rd and final One-day International (ODI) on Sunday.


India set the 168 target for Pakistan to complete their first ODI series clean sweep in India.

 

In Feroz Shah Kotla ground, Indian captian Mahendra Singh Dhoni, the top scorer, made 36 runs. SK Raina scored 31 runs in 60 balls.

 

In Indian inning, there were four players who did not make double figure score.

 

Saeed Ajmal became a successful bowler with his career-best five-wicket haul. Mohammad Irfan got two wickets. Mohammad Irfan, Umar Gul and Mohammad Hafeez got one wicket each.

 

It is pertinent to mention, Pakistan won series by 2-0.

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