West Indies vs Pakistan Match Result
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Pakistan stumbled upon for 105 as Oshane Thomas took 4 wickets for 27 runs, following gayle’s 50 helped the West Indians chase the target in just 13.4 overs with a 7 wicket Win.
Pakistan Batting First
Pakistan gets the chance to bat first on one of the best batting pitches in England after losing the toss. They lost their 3 wickets in first 10 overs with 45 on the board. The opening pair of Inzamam ul Haq(2) and Fakhar Zaman(22) With H.Sohail(8) were back to pavilion.
Pakistan was looking for a partnership but Oshane Thomas got the wicket of Babar Azam(22) to make things worse. With Holder taking S.Ahmed(8) in the 17th Over, Half of the Pak team were off the ground.
8/5 Collapse for Pakistan
The odds of Pakistan getting to 100 was falling as Pakistan lost their 5 wickets including S.ahmed in the span of 3 overs with just 8 runs scored. Wahab Riaz(18) pushed the score over 100 with 2 sixes before he was bold out by Oshane Thomas to restrict Pakistan at 105.
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Oshane Thomas took 4 wickets in his 5.4 overs he bowled giving away 27runs only. Jason Holder got 3 wickets too and with that Andre Russell and S.Cotrell got 2 & 1 wickets each.
West Indies Batting
The West Indians look confident as the scoreboard required a Run rate of just 2.1 runs/over. With the Opening pair of Chris Gayle and S.hope, they kicked off some runs before M.Amir got the wicket of S.hope in the 5th over. Pakistan looked for hope as M.Amir got his 2nd wicket dismissing DJ Bravo on a duck.
The wickets falling never took on to the universe boss Chris Gayle as he reached his 50 in 34 balls with 3 sixes and 6 fours before M.Amir took his 3rd and the scoreboard read 77/3 with west indies needing just 28 runs off 39 overs.
N. Pooran finishes things off in style with a six to Wahab Riaz in the 14th over to get the west Indians a 7 wicket victory. The only bowler managed to take wickets was Mohammad Amir with 3 wickets in his 6 overs with an economy of 4.33.