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Pakistan set 136 runs target in 2nd T20 match for West Indies

SAMAA | - Posted: Jul 28, 2013 | Last Updated: 8 years ago
SAMAA |
Posted: Jul 28, 2013 | Last Updated: 8 years ago

Staff ReportKINGSTOWN: Pakistan have set 136 runs target for West Indies after losing seven wickets in second T20 match in Kingstown, St Vincent, SAMAA reports.Pakistan won toss and elected to bat first in second and final T20 fixture of the two-match series against host team. Openers Ahmad Shehzad and Mohammad Hafeez played carefully and tried to avoid losing wickets but skipper lost his wicket after making only 10 runs on seven balls.Ahmad Shehzad played impressively and stayed on crease for some time and scored 44 runs on 46 balls.The guest team started losing wickets at start of innings and faced difficulties to score runs from host team’s bowlers. Shahid Afridi again failed to show his skills and returned to pavilion after scoring only six on ten balls. Samuels caught him out on Narine’s ball. Umar Amin scored seven runs, Haris Sohail and Hammad Azam one run each, Sohail Tanvir made no run, Zulfiqar Babar made unbeaten 11 runs, and Umar Akmal made unbeaten 46 runs on 36 balls.West Indies bowlers bowled very intelligently and smartly to keep Pakistan score under control and take quick wickets from start of the innings.SP Narine took three wickets, S Badree two wickets, DJG Sammy and KA Pollard took one wicket each. SAMAA

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