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A whopping US$2,151 was spent to purchase the ball used in India and Pakistan’s World Cup clash on June 16 in Manchester.
India won the match by 89 runs via the Duckworth-Lewis-Stern method, but their campaign ended with an 18-run loss to New Zealand in the semi-finals.
As for Pakistan, they failed to make it to the semi-finals as New Zealand had a better net run rate than them.
According to officialmemorabilia.com, which is selling official memorabilia related to the ongoing World Cup, the coin used for the toss in the match between India and Pakistan fetched US$1,450, while the scoresheet went for US$1,100.
Meanwhile, the ball for India’s semi-final clash against New Zealand is currently at US$1,200, while the coin and scoresheet are going for US$350 and US$400 at the moment.