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Saleque Sufi did a research on managing the challenges of energy and power sector. This is the third part of his findings from this research.
Saleque Sufi did a research on managing the challenges of energy and power sector. This is the second part of his findings from this research.
Saleque Sufi did a research on managing the challenges of energy and power sector. This is the first part of his findings from this research.
Pakistan 338/4 (Fakhar Zaman 114, Azhar Ali 59, H Mohammad Hafiz 57*, Babar Azam 46, Imad Wasim 25*, B Kumar 1/44) beat India 158 All Out (H Pandya 75, Mohammad Amir 3/16, Hasan Ali 3/19, Shadab Khan 2/60) by 180 Runs.
India 265/1 in 40.1 Overs (Rohit Sharma 123*, Virat Kohli 96*, Mashrafee 1/29) beat Bangladesh 264/7 (Tamim Iqbal 79, Mushfiqur Rahim 61, Mashrafee 30, KM Jadhav 2/22, JJ Bumrah 2/39, B Kumar 2/53) by 9 wickets. Player of the Match: RG Sharma (India)
Pakistan 215/2 in 37.1 Overs (Azhar Ali 76, Fakhar Zaman 57, Babar Azam 38*, Mohammad Hafis 31*) beat England 211 All Out in 49.5 Overs (JE Root 46, JM Bairstow 43, BA Stokes 34, EGJ Morgan 33, Hasan Ali 3/35, Junaid Khan 2/43, Rumman Rois 2/44) by 8 Wickets. Player of The Match: Hasan Ali (Pakistan).
India 193/2 (Shikhar Dhawan 78, Virat Kohli 76*) beat South Africa 191 All Out (Quinton de Kock 53, Faf du Plessis 36, Hasim Amla 35, Bhuvaneswar Kumar 2/23, Jasprit Bumrah 2/28) by 8 wickets.
Australia 277/9 (TM Head 71*, AJ Flinch 68, SPD Smith 56, MA Wood 4/33/4, Adil Rashid 4/41) lost to England 240/4 in 40.2 overs (BA Stokes 102*, EG Morgan 87) Duckworth & Lewis target was 201 when rain interrupted.
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