Pakistan's cricket team has defeated India by 12 runs in Rawalpindi in the second one-day international match of India's current tour of Pakistan.
Pakistan scored 329 for six in 50 overs while India managed 317 all out in 48-point-four overs. Yasir Hameed led Pakistan with 86 runs while Shahid Afridi added another 80 runs for the host nation.
Sachin Tendulkar led India with 141 runs and his efforts put Tendulkar past 13-thousand career runs in one-day matches. The veteran of 330 matches has 13-thousand-90 runs in his one-day career. Pakistani captain Inzamam ul-Haq is second on the all-time list with 96-hundred-seven. Inzamam ul-Haq had 29 runs in Tuesday's match.
The victory evens the five-match one-day series at one win each. The third match is scheduled for the northwestern city of Peshawar on Friday. Three test matches are also scheduled this tour, India's first tour of Pakistan in more than 14 years.