Team India defeated Pakistan by 89 runs at Old Trafford Cricket Ground in Manchester on Sunday, 16 June.
Pakistan won the toss and decided to bowl against Team India.
Batting first, India put up mammoth 336/5, but by the D/L equation, Pakistan needed an impossible 136 runs off 30 balls.
After almost 50 minutes, the match was however, curtailed to 40 overs and on the Duckworth–Lewis–Stern (DLS) method, the run-chase was adjusted to 302 runs.
The drizzle interrupted the match after 35 overs.
After India’s win, the head-to-head record of India against Pakistan in World Cup matches now stands at 7-0.
Vice-captain of India, Rohit Sharma won the Man of the Match.
India – 336/5 in 50 overs (Rohit Sharma 140, Virat Kohli 77; Mohammad Amir 3-47)
Pakistan – 212/6 in 40 overs by DLS (Fakhar Zaman 62, Babar Azam 48; Kuldeep Yadav 2-32, Vijay Shankar 2-22)