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SHOWS: COLOMBO, SRI LANKA (SEPTEMBER 30, 2012) (ICC - SEE ABOVE RESTRICTIONS) INDIA (BLUE SHIRTS) V PAKISTAN (GREEN SHIRTS) FIRST INNINGS - PAKISTAN 1. WICKET - SURESH RAINA CATCHES SHAHID AFRIDI (10) ON THE BOUNDARY FROM THE BOWLING OF LAKSHMIPATHY BALAJI (55). PAKISTAN 35-2 (4.4 OVERS) 2. WICKET - KAMRAN AKMAL (96) CAUGHT BY MAHENDRA SINGH DHONI (7) FROM THE BOWLING OF YUVRAJ SINGH (12). PAKISTAN 49-4 (8.2 OVERS) 3. FOUR - SHOAIB MALIK (6) CUTS THE BALL TO THE BOUNDARY FROM THE BOWLING OF VIRAT KOHLI (18). PAKISTAN 77-5 (11.3 OVERS) 4. SIX - UMAR AKMAL (23) SCORES A SIX FROM BOWLING OF IRFAN PATHAN (56). PAKISTAN 91-5 (12.4 OVERS) 5. WICKET - YUVRAJ SINGH (12) RUNS OUT YASIR ARAFAT. PAKISTAN 115-8 (18.1 OVERS) SECOND INNINGS - INDIA 6. FOUR - VIRENDER SEHWAG CUTS UMAR GUL (55) FOR FOUR. INDIA 15-1 (3.1 OVERS) 7. SIX - VIRAT KOHLI (18) HITS SHAHID AFRIDI (10) FOR SIX. INDIA 44-1 (6.4 OVERS) 8. FOUR - YUVRAJ SINGH (12) SWEEPS MOHAMMAD HAFEEZ (8) FOR FOUR. INDIA 91-2 (13 OVERS) 9. SIX - VIRAT KOHLI (18) HITS STRAIGHT SIX FROM BOWLING OF SAEED AJMAL (50). INDIA 97-2 (13.1 OVERS) 10. FOUR - VIRAT KOHLI (18) FOUR FROM BOWLING OF UMAR GUL (55). INDIA 117-2 (15.4 OVERS) STORY: India, led by a superb unbeaten 78 from Virat Kohli, kept their Twenty20 Cricket World Cup hopes alive with an empathic eight-wicket win over Pakistan in the Super Eights on Sunday (September 30). Having dismissed their neighbours for a paltry 128, with Lakshmipathy Balaji taking three for 22, Kohli laid into the Pakistan bowling and compiled his match-winning innings off 61 balls. Kohli was supported by Virender Sehwag (29) and Yuvraj Singh with an unbeaten 19 as India cruised home with three overs to spare. India and South Africa were facing the exit door after Australia's win over the South Africans but India's victory kept Group Two wide open. Australia look virtually certain to reach the last four and the other three teams all still have a chance of progressing.