Pakistan full scale at a simple 105 in the wake of batting falls against West Indies

Pakistan full scale at a simple 105 in the wake of batting falls against West Indies

West Indies players including West Indies’ Andre Russell (3R) and West Indies’ captain Jason Holder (4L) celebrate taking the wicket of Pakistan’s captain Sarfaraz Ahmed during the 2019 Cricket World Cup group stage match between West Indies and Pakistan at Trent Bridge in Nottingham, central England, on May 31, 2019.

West Indies quick bowlers created a savage showcase to expel Pakistan for a disillusioning 105 in their World Cup opener at Trent Bridge on Friday.

Having chosen to field in the wake of winning the hurl, West Indies utilized cloudy conditions as Oshane Thomas took four wickets for 27 runs, while chief Jason Holder (3-42) and the returning Andre Russell (2-4) finished the decimation work.

The in-structure Fakhar Zaman and Babar Azam got off to strong begins yet were both rejected for 22, starting a center request breakdown that the previous heroes did not recuperate from.

Pakistan were bowled out in 21.4 overs for their most reduced World Cup aggregate since an immaterial 74 against England at Adelaide in 1992, the year Imran Khan’s group proceeded to lift their lone 50-overs crown.

The green shirts lost their fourth wicket toward the beginning of the fourteenth over, when Babar Azam was gotten out in the wake of scoring 22 runs. Wickets at that point fell in progression, with skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed, Imad Wasim, Shadab Khan, Hasan Ali and Mohammad Hafeez all returning to the structure.

Wahab Riaz’s 11-ball 18 runs couldn’t do a lot to rescue his side’s score and he was bowled out on the fourth wad of the 22nd over.

READ  Insider: What I think truly happened to Madeleine McCann

Toward the finish of 10 overs, Pakistan had put 45 keeps running on the scoreboard for the loss of three wickets.

Andre Russell took the wickets of Haris Sohail and Fakhar Zaman while Sheldon Cottrell got the wicket of opener Imamul Haq.

Prior, West Indies won the hurl and handled.

“We needed to handle first on account of the dampness on the wicket and cloudy conditions,” said Captain Sarfaraz Ahmed. “It doesn’t make a difference; in the event that we endure the initial couple of overs, at that point it will be a decent pitch. Our players are in great structure.”

Pakistan included quick bowlers Wahab Riaz and Mohammad Amir, who were both brought into the World Cup squad from the chilly late on in light of the keep running of poor outcomes driving into the competition.

There were no curve balls in the West Indies group, with skipper Jason Holder saying Evin Lewis and Shannon Gabriel were not fit to begin. Chris Gayle is in prime structure in front of his last World Cup and the 39-year-old opener’s first huge thump could come at Trent Bridge, where the limits are short and England has hit the two greatest ODI scores in history since the last World Cup.

Pakistan headed into the opening match having lost their last 10 finished one-day internationals. Despite the fact that Pakistan have won seven of their last nine matchups against the West Indies, in World Cup history, the last lead on no holds barred 7-3.

Babar Azam has struck hundreds out of four of his six ODIs against the West Indies, and requirements one more century to rise to Brian Lara’s record for the most by a batsman in these matchups.

READ  California's best maryjane controller talks sanctioning

West Indies’ Chris Gayle has scored 50 or more in his last five ODIs.


Pakistan: Imamul Haq, Fakhar Zaman, Babar Azam, Haris Sohail, Mohammad Hafeez, Sarfaraz Ahmed(w/c), Imad Wasim, Shadab Khan, Hasan Ali, Wahab Riaz, Mohammad Amir

West Indies: Chris Gayle, Shai Hope, Darren Bravo, Shimron Hetmyer, Nicholas Pooran(w), Andre Russell, Jason Holder(c), Carlos Brathwaite, Ashley Nurse, Sheldon Cottrell, Oshane Thomas

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *