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The bowling coach for the Pakistani team has explained the primary factor that contributed to the team’s success over India.

The bowling coach for the Pakistani team has explained the primary factor that contributed to the team's success over India.
The bowling coach for the Pakistani team has explained the primary factor that contributed to the team’s success over India.

After a difficult fight against India in their last match of the Asian Cup, the Pakistan national cricket team prevailed over the opposing team and won the tournament.
Many cricket fans and cricket experts from across the world think that the Indian team’s loss was due to Arshad Singh’s failure to catch Asif Ali in the nick of time. This error occurred in the final moments of the match.
On the other hand, the bowling coach for the Pakistan cricket team, Shaun Tate, disagrees with the opinions of other fans and analysts. In one of his most recent interviews, Sean Tate credited Harris Roof’s final over as the primary factor that led to Pakistan’s triumph over India in one of his most recent interviews. The match in question took place between Pakistan and India.
The phrase “Harris Roof’s last over was the winning over for me” was spoken by Shaun Tait. Haris was effective and unstoppable in his 100 and 100 balls, and this is the reason why he conceded a few runs in the last over; hence, India was unable to attain the target they had set for themselves.
During this match, Haris Rauf bowled four overs, allowed 38 runs, and got Rohit Sharma out.
After beginning his final over with a wide delivery, he proceeded to hit Kohli for three consecutive balls.

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