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Live Reporting

By Jack Skelton

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  1. Farewell

    Right then. That's your lot for this live text. Thanks for reading. That was a cracking match for long periods before a strange end.

    Amy Lofthouse brings you the report of India's victory over Pakistan by 89 runs on the Duckworth-Lewis Stern method.

    And keep your eyes peeled for Amy's feature from Old Trafford coming soon too.

    The scorecard is here.

    The table is here.

  2. Pakistan lose four wickets for 12 runs

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  3. Amir takes 3-47

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  4. Kohli compiles superb 77

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  5. Rohit hits a sublime 140

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  6. Post update

    Right, just time to have a lengthy debate about DLS and net run rate.

    I'm kidding. Here are some of the highlights from today...

  7. Post update

    India batsman KL Rahul on BBC Radio 5 Live: "It's just pleasing the way we are playing, the way we are winning and executing our skills has been great to see and hopefully we can carry that forward.

    "It's a bit of a bummer that on such a big occasion the weather plays its part and disappointing for players. Really, really happy the crowd got to see a game, to put on a show feels really good for us."

  8. 'Kumar out for three games at most'

    More from Virat Kohli: "We have played good cricket against Pakistan, if you focus on this game too emotionally things can get haywire. We cannot approach it like fans, as cricketers you have to understand what needs to be done on the field.

    "Bhuvneshwar Kumar has a slight niggle, he slipped on the footmarks. It doesn't look too serious and hopefully he will be ready in a few games, the maximum is three games. We are not too worried."

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    India captain Virat Kohli: "Rohit's knock was outstanding but to get to 330 you need a team effort and that is exactly what happened. He is such a good ODI player, when he gets to 70 he is unstoppable. It allows me to come in and play in a certain role, the guys are playing their roles nicely.

    "Kuldeep is a wicket taker, a longer spell helped him, he was getting rhythm and the ball to get Babar Azam was brilliant. A very important moment in the game."

  10. Rahul spills 'easy chance'

    A collector's item - an India fielder dropping a simple chance.

    The first drop from India in this World Cup so far.

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    More from Sarfaraz Ahmed: "We didn't bowl in the right areas and India played very well. We had a plan to bowl in the right areas and pitch it up but we didn't hit the right areas. We didn't capitalise on winning the toss and conceded too many runs.

    "The ball was turning, spinning. India played very well in the middle of the innings. We lost so many wickets in two or three overs and that is what cost us the match. It is tough but we have to back ourselves, we have four matches left and we will try our level best to win them all."

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    Pakistan skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed on BBC Radio 5 Live: "We lost too many wickets that's why we lost that match. When we saw moisture on the pitch we wanted to bowl but we didn't hit the right areas. We back ourselves so we will try our level best to win our last four matches."

  13. Post update

    And yes of course the target was so ludicrously unreachable at the end because Pakistan paced their chase badly.

    And they lost four wickets for 12 runs after reaching 117-1...

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  14. Post update

    Not that the umpires could've predicted that there would be only a three-run difference in carrying on for five more overs, but that stat does rather sum up how futile it felt at the end.

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    Prashant Kunnath: India would have won by 86 runs on DLS had play been stopped earlier. Now they have won by 89 runs. It's almost the exact same result. No extra wickets as well. Might as well have stopped the game at the 35th over. Either way, Great win by India! Clinical performance!

  16. Post update

    Rohit Sharma was of course awarded player of the match for his stellar 140 off 113 balls.

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  17. Post update

    Graeme Swann

    Ex-England spinner on BBC Test Match Special

    Kumar going off could be massive for England. Pandya and Shankar are OK, but I'd like to see them bowling at Jos Buttler.

  18. Post update

    The only negative today for India was opening bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar being forced off after just 2.4 overs because of a hamstring injury.

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    Graeme Swann

    Ex-England spinner on BBC Test Match Special

    Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli's batting was the best thing to happen today by a country mile.