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Pakistan v/s World XI: Darren Sammy wins hearts for clapping after being floored by Hasan Ali yorker

DNWEB25975 | 9/14/2017 | Author : DNA Web Team | WC :363



Great sportsmanship from the former West Indian skipper.
Pakistan hosted the first of three T20 games on Tuesday against a touring World XI, winning by 20 runs in a packed stadium in the eastern city of Lahore. The home side rode on the back of a rapid-fire 86 by opener Babar Azam, raking up a formidable 197 before their bowlers held off a star-studded World XI batting line-up led by South African captain Faf du Plessis.
The series has been billed as a precursor to international cricket's return to Pakistan. These matches, however, aren't just about the game that is played on the field. This series has brought together individuals from various nationalities, signifying the strength of peace and friendship in the face of global t
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