T20 World Cup for Blind: India beat Australia by 128 runs
Monday, 6 February 2017
*Kochi:* India's run of wins continued unabated as they posted a massive 128-run victory over Australia in the T20 World Cup for Blind at the Rajagiri College here yesterday.
India piled up a huge 272 for no loss in their allotted 20 overs with openers Sunil and Muhammed Farhan hitting an unbeaten ton and an undefeated ...
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