Published On: Sat, Sep 24th, 2016

Pakistan rout West Indies in first Twenty20

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Pakistan rout West Indies in first Twenty20 (1)

DUBAI: Left-arm spinner Imad Wasim took a career best five for 14 to help Pakistan defeat world Twenty20 champions West Indies by nine wickets in the first match in Dubai on Friday.

Wasim’s spin assault routed the West Indies for a low score of 115 in 19.5 overs which Pakistan surpassed to give them a 1-0 lead in the three-match series.

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Dwayne Bravo hit a gritty 54-ball 55 to avoid a total disaster, adding a new world record Twenty20 stand of 66 runs for the ninth wicket with Jerome Taylor who made 21.

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Pakistan had lost opener Sharjeel Khan for 22 in the fourth over but Babar Zaman (55) and Khalid Latif (34) ensured Pakistan chased down the target in 14.2 overs.

The second match will also be played in Dubai on Saturday while the third is in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday.

Scoreboard

West Indies

J. Charles b Nawaz              7
E. Lewis c Nawaz b Wasim        1
A. Fletcher b Wasim             2
M. Samuels lbw b Wasim          4
D. Bravo c Umar b Tanvir       55
N. Pooran c Ahmed b Ali         5
K. Pollard b Wasim              9
C. Brathwaite c Latif b Wasim   0
S. Narine run out               1
J. Taylor b Tanvir             21
S. Badree not out               1

Extras: (lb 2, nb 2, w5)        9
Total (all out; 19.5 overs)   115

Fall of wickets: 1-3 (Lewis), 2-11 (Fletcher), 3-15 (Samuels), 4-17 (Charles), 5-22 (Pooran), 6-47 (Pollard), 7-47 (Brathwaite), 8-48 (Narine), 9-114 (Taylor)

Bowling: Wasim 4-0-14-5, Tanvir 3.5-0-26-2 (2w), Nawaz 4-0-16-1, Hasan 3-0-32-1 (1nb, 1w), Malik 1-0-5-0,(1w) Riaz 4-1-20-0(1nb, 1w)

Pakistan

Sharjeel Khan b Badree         22
Khalid Latif not out           34
Babar Zaman not out            55

Extras: (lb1, nb1, w3)          5
Total: (one wkt; 14.2 overs)  116

Fall of wickets: 1-28 (Khan)

Bowling: Badree 4-0-27-1 (1w), Taylor 1-0-8-0, Narine 3-0-21-0, Bravo 2-0-16-0 (1w), Brathwaite 2.2-0-29-0 (1nb), Pollard 2-0-14-0 (1w)

Result: Pakistan won by nine wickets

Courtesy: ARY

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Syed Ammar Alavi

- is Lahore (Pakistan) based journalist & writer with 25-year experience in print, wire and broadcast forms of journalism. His major fields of interest are politics, film,tv,sports, climate change and technology

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