Our awareness of dark cricket is relatively negligible compared to regular cricket, and undoubtedly we keep an eye on dark cricket in India. It was the fourth edition of Cricket World Cup for the blind, and India did not attract any kind of attention in Pakistan unless India defeated Pakistan in the final.
The first edition of the Dark Cricket World Cup was held in New Delhi in 1998, and in that the inaugural edition champions of South Africa were crowned. The second edition took place in Chennai in 2002, where Pakistan defeated South Africa and Pakistan was crowned champion. The third edition was the first edition outside India in Islamabad, Pakistan where the domestic team became the first team in the world to defend its title.
The fourth edition was held in South Africa in 2012, and in the end, India had won its first Blind Cricket World Cup after a lot of hard work, defeating Pakistan's rivals. It should be noted here that in 2012, the first T-20 Blind Cricket World Cup was held in Bangalore, India. India defeated Pakistan by 29 runs in the final.
Dark cricket could not be as popular as we used to experience second cricket. Unfortunately, for the formation of the BCCI team formed for this form of the game, it is almost impossible to make us healthy as the following. But at least we should support these players.
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