OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE - Pakistan blind cricket team scored thumping 71-run victory over visiting Indian side in the first Twenty20 match here at the Bagh-e-Jinnah cricket ground on Friday to go one up in the series. The second match will be played at the same venue today (Saturday). Put into bat first, Pakistan side scored 202 runs for the loss of nine wickets but the target was revised to 214 as the Indian team faced a penalty of 12 runs for slow over rate. The highlight of Pak innings was a superb knock of 89 runs from man of the match M Jamil including four fours for the entertainment of a big gathering which generously praised the performance and skills of blind cricketers. Masood Jan (46) and M Zafar (16) also played well. Indian captain Shakhar took three wickets while four of Pak players were run out. Indian team could manage to score just 142 runs for the loss of nine wickets in the allotted quota of overs with major contribution from Parkash 75 as four of their batsmen were run out due to superb fielding display on part of Pakistan blind cricketers. Muhammad Jamil was declared man of the match. Manager PCB Domestic Shafiq Papa gave away the prizes to the players.