Today PTV Sports Telecast Live Streaming of Pakistan vs India WC T20 Match 2016. Watch Pakistan vs India (Pak vs Ind) WC T20 Match Live Streaming on PTV Sports Channel on 19th March 2016. Shahid Afridi batted twice in the four matches that Pakistan played in the Asia Cup, coming in at the 6 and 7 numbers when the top and middle-order failed against India and Bangladesh. Shahid Afridi promoted himself up the batting order to number 4 and clobber four sixes in his blistering 19-ball innings earlier than falling in the final over only one short of the half-century that could have been his first in four years.

Tour : ICC T20 World Cup 2016

Match : India vs Pakistan WC T20 Match

Timing : 07:30 India , 07:00 Pakistan

Date : Saturday, 19th March 2016

Venue : Eden Gardens, Kolkata

The star all-rounder has come under the radar of the cricket fans that have criticized him for his incapability to make a optimistic impact and triumph matches for the national side recently. Earlier Pakistan head coach Waqar Younis also articulated his concerns with the setting up of the ‘special committee’.

Today PTV Sports Telecast Live Streaming of Pakistan vs India WC T20 Match 2016 in Pakistan

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Pakistan skipper Shahid Afridi’s all-round presentation inspired his team to a 55-run triumph against Bangladesh in their World T20 Super10s match on Wednesday at the Eden Gardens, Kolkata. Bangladesh’s left-arm spinner Arafat Sunny, who was report for a suspect bowling action earlier in the competition, claimed 2-34 but it was otherwise a unmemorable outing for their bowling attack.

Shahid Afridi had been worried concerning Pakistan’s batting inconsistency and mentioned it at the toss but the all-rounder had no reasons to protest on Wednesday as the top order fired in unison. It get a lot of cajoling from the organizers to convince Pakistan to shed their security uneasiness and once they landed for the competition Afridi’s comments about getting more love in India than in Pakistan riled up fans back home.