All of the sights and vibrancy during the highly-anticipated game between the two arch-rivals.
Pakistan’s Nasir Jamshed keeps a close eye on the ball after playing a shot early in his innings against India.
Unfortunately for his side he was unable to form a big partnership with Kamran Akmal, with Jamshed dismissed for just two off 11 balls.
Yadav did not have a happy day with the ball in only securing 0-29 off 6.4 overs, as the other Indian bowlers shared the wickets between them.
Despite this missed chance, India has greatly improved its standard of fielding in recent times, one of the big reasons why they are always a threat in limited-overs games.
Plenty of the Pakistan top-order got starts in the difficult batting conditions, but none of them were able to go on with the job as India chipped away through the middle-order.
Irfan blasted a drive back down the wicket only to see it hit the stumps at the non-striker’s end, dislodging the bails.
Irfan set off for the run, but the quick thinking Yadav grabbed the ball and ran to the stump, pulling out one with the ball up against it, as is written in the rules of the game when the bails are off the stumps and a fielders wishes to enact a run-out.