The top four Indian batsmen scored half-centuries as India put on a dominating show and posted a mammoth 319 for 3 against Pakistan in their ICC Champions Trophy 2017 match at Edgbaston. Rohit Sharma (91 runs) and Shikhar Dhawan (68 runs) laid the foundation with a solid 136-run stand for the opening wicket. Virat Kohli played a captain's knock with a whirlwind 81 not out off 68 balls and was well supported by the experienced Yuvraj Singh, who scored a 32-ball 53. Hardik Pandya hammered three sixes in his six-ball 20 runs knock. Due to rain interruption, Pakistan target revised to 289 in 41 overs.