India won the World Twenty20 final in a thrilling encounter against Pakistan at the Wanderers.
Pakistan required six runs off the last four deliveries before they were bowled out by India.

India won the toss and chose to bat, with captain Mahendra Dhoni aiming for a total of 180.

However, Pakistan’s disciplined bowling kept India’s total down to 157-5 off 20 overs.
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Pakistan got off to a flying start with the wicket of Yusuf Pathan for 15.

Gautam Gambhir resisted well for India, scoring 75 runs off 54 before he was caught by Mohammad Asif.

India’s other batsmen failed to come to terms with a determined Pakistan attack that was spearheaded by the impressive Umar Gul, who finished with figures of 28-3.

Pakistan got their innings off to a shaky start after Mohammad Hafeez was caught by Aiyudda Uthappa for one run in the second over.

Imran Nazir calmed Pakistan’s nerves with a thunderous 33 off 14 balls before he was run out.

India defended their fragile total vigorously as Pakistan’s wickets continued to fall.

Younis Khan went for a duck and Younis Khan was caught by Yusuf Pathan off Joginder Sharma for 24.

Misbah-Ul-Haq rallied for Pakistan to give them a chance as the game went into the last over.

However, Misbah was caught by Sreesanth with Pakistan just six runs short of victory to spark wild celebrations at the Wanderers.

India celebrate victory at the end of the ICC World Twenty20 final, Johannesburg, September 24, 2007

Truly..chak de india..