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Men's cricket tournament

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Asia Cup: Men's cricket tournament
The Asia Cup, officially known as the ACC Men’s Asia Cup is a men's international cricket tournament contested between Asian countries in either One Day International format and Twenty20 International cricket format. It was established in 1983 when the Asian Cricket Council was founded as a measure to promote goodwill between Asian countries. It was originally scheduled to be held every two years. The Asia Cup is the only continental championship in cricket and the winning team becomes the champion of Asia. It alternates every 2-years between ODI and T20 formats. India are the current champions after winning the recent 2023 edition.


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Fast bowler Mohammed Siraj takes 6-21 as India bowl Sri Lanka out for 50 on the way to winning the Asia Cup final.
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India and Pakistan in the Asia Cup will be played on Monday's reserve day, which was only added to the playing conditions on Thursday.
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The Asia Cup group game between Pakistan and India in Pallekele is curtailed by rain, with no result possible.
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Asia Cup 2022: Rohit Sharma breaks multiple records in explosive 72-run knock against Sri Lanka

Sharma steadied the ship for India after a dismal start before exploding in the must-win clash against Sri Lanka in Asia Cup 2022 Super-4 stage.
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IND vs PAK: Former Pakistan minister blames 'Manhoos' government for Asia Cup loss to India

PTI party member Fawad Chaudhary also called the Pakistan government imported, blaming it for the loss.
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India and Pakistan will lock horns in Dubai on August 28, Sunday, in Match 2 of the Asia Cup 2022.
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