Lahore: Pakistan clinched the blind cricket Twenty20 series 2-1 after beating India by six wickets in the third and the final match of the tournament here on Sunday.

Opting to bat first, the Indian team led by Shekhar Naik Lachma set a target of 163 in their allotted 20 overs, which Pakistan chased down in 19 overs for the loss of four wickets.

India had levelled the series on Saturday with a five-run win in the second match at the Bagh-e-Jinnah cricket ground.

After put into bat, India scored 200 for three with Prakash hitting an unbeaten 100 and Ketan Patel scoring 46.

Pakistan, in reply, scored 195 for six.

Prakash was named the man of the match in yesterday's game.

Pakistan had won the first T20 match of the series by 71 runs.

The Indian blind cricket team arrived in Pakistan last week for its first tour of the country in five years.

The team will now play three One-day Internationals in Islamabad from November 22-26.

(Agencies)