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April 9, 2017
 
Pakistan beat West Indies by 74 runs in the second one-day international on Sunday to level the three-match series at 1-1. Pakistan made 282-5 with Babar Azam hitting an undefeated 125 before fast bowler Hasan Ali claimed 5-38 as the home side, with skipper Jason Holder scoring 68 not out, were dismissed for 208. Pakistan...



Pakistan beat West Indies by 74 runs in the second one-day international on Sunday to level the three-match series at 1-1.

Pakistan made 282-5 with Babar Azam hitting an undefeated 125 before fast bowler Hasan Ali claimed 5-38 as the home side, with skipper Jason Holder scoring 68 not out, were dismissed for 208.

Pakistan win by 74 runs

44.5 Hasan Ali to Holder, OUT

44.1 Hasan Ali to Joseph, OUT

End of over 44 (4 runs) West Indies 208/8

End of over 43 (9 runs) West Indies 204/8

End of over 42 (maiden) West Indies 195/8

End of over 41 (7 runs) West Indies 195/8

End of over 40 (1 run) West Indies 188/8

End of over 39 (16 runs) West Indies 187/8

End of over 38 (3 runs) West Indies 171/8

End of over 37 (2 runs) West Indies 168/8

End of over 36 (4 runs) West Indies 166/8

End of over 35 (6 runs) West Indies 162/8

End of over 34 (5 runs) West Indies 156/8

33.6 Shadab Khan to Bishoo, OUT,

End of over 33 (4 runs) West Indies 151/7

End of over 32 (4 runs) West Indies 147/7

End of over 31 (5 runs) West Indies 143/7

End of over 30 (5 runs) West Indies 138/7

End of over 29 (10 runs) West Indies 133/7

28.6 Hasan Ali to Nurse, OUT,

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End of over 28 (2 runs) West Indies 123/6

End of over 27 (5 runs) West Indies 121/6

End of over 26 (11 runs) West Indies 116/6

End of over 25 (7 runs) West Indies 105/6

End of over 24 (2 runs) West Indies 98/6

End of over 23 (3 runs) West Indies 96/6

End of over 22 (6 runs) West Indies 93/6

End of over 21 (1 run) West Indies 87/6

End of over 20 (6 runs) West Indies 86/6

End of over 19 (4 runs) West Indies 80/6

End of over 18 (6 runs) West Indies 76/6

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17.4 Mohammad Hafeez to Carter, OUT

End of over 17 (3 runs) West Indies 70/5

End of over 16 (4 runs) West Indies 67/5

End of over 15 (6 runs) West Indies 63/5

End of over 14 (1 run) West Indies 57/5

13.5 Mohammad Hafeez to Mohammed, OUT

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End of over 13 (1 run) West Indies 56/4

End of over 12 (4 runs) West Indies 55/4

End of over 11 (wicket maiden) West Indies 51/4

10.1 Hasan Ali to Powell, OUT,

End of over 10 (3 runs) West Indies 51/3

End of over 9 (3 runs) West Indies 48/3

8.2 Hasan Ali to Hope, OUT

End of over 8 (7 runs) West Indies 45/2

End of over 7 (3 runs) West Indies 38/2

End of over 6 (8 runs) West Indies 35/2

End of over 5 (wicket maiden) West Indies 27/2

4.2 Mohammad Amir to Lewis, OUT

End of over 4 (5 runs) West Indies 27/1

3.1 Junaid Khan to Walton, OUT

End of over 3 (10 runs) West Indies 22/0

End of over 2 (11 runs) West Indies 12/0

End of over 1 (1 run) West Indies 1/0

Video: Pakistan’s batting in 2nd ODI


West Indies v Pakistan 2nd ODI - Guyana

Watch: Babar Azam’s brilliant batting


 

Babar Azam hit an undefeated 125 to lead Pakistan to 282-5 in the second one-day international against West Indies on Sunday.

Babar smashed three sixes and seven boundaries as Pakistan look to level the series after losing the first match by four wickets on Friday.

Babar's big finish guides Pakistan to 282

End of over 50 (19 runs) Pakistan 282/5

End of over 49 (13 runs) Pakistan 263/5

End of over 48 (14 runs) Pakistan 250/5

End of over 47 (6 runs) Pakistan 236/5

End of over 46 (10 runs) Pakistan 230/5

End of over 45 (8 runs) Pakistan 220/5

End of over 44 (14 runs) Pakistan 212/5

End of over 43 (4 runs) Pakistan 198/5

End of over 42 (5 runs) Pakistan 194/5

End of over 41 (1 run, maiden) Pakistan 189/5

End of over 40 (4 runs) Pakistan 188/5

End of over 39 (5 runs) Pakistan 184/5

38.4. Gabriel to Sarfraz Ahmed, OUT

CRICKET-GUY-WES-PAK

End of over 38 (8 runs) Pakistan 179/4

End of over 37 (4 runs) Pakistan 171/4

End of over 36 (5 runs) Pakistan 167/4

End of over 35 (3 runs) Pakistan 162/4

End of over 34 (5 runs) Pakistan 159/4

End of over 33 (12 runs) Pakistan 154/4

End of over 32 (4 runs) Pakistan 142/4

End of over 31 (6 runs) Pakistan 138/4

End of over 30 (4 runs) Pakistan 132/4

End of over 29 (2 runs) Pakistan 128/4

 

Watch: Babar Azam’s brilliant batting


 

West Indies v Pakistan 2nd ODI - Guyana

28.5. Bishoo to Shoaib Malik, OUT

End of over 28 (4 runs) Pakistan 126/3

End of over 27 (5 runs) Pakistan 122/3

End of over 26 (5 runs) Pakistan 117/3

25.1 Nurse to Mohammad Hafeez, 1 wide, OUT,

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Video: Pakistan’s batting in 2nd ODI


 

End of over 25 (3 runs) Pakistan 112/2

End of over 24 (2 runs) Pakistan 109/2

End of over 23 (6 runs) Pakistan 107/2

End of over 22 (7 runs) Pakistan 101/2

End of over 21 (5 runs) Pakistan 94/2

End of over 20 (5 runs) Pakistan 89/2

End of over 19 (8 runs) Pakistan 84/2

End of over 18 (5 runs) Pakistan 76/2

End of over 17 (2 runs) Pakistan 71/2

End of over 16 (1 run) Pakistan 69/2

End of over 15 (7 runs) Pakistan 68/2

End of over 14 (4 runs) Pakistan 61/2

End of over 13 (5 runs) Pakistan 57/2

End of over 12 (2 runs) Pakistan 52/2

End of over 11 (4 runs) Pakistan 50/2

End of over 10 (2 runs) Pakistan 46/2

End of over 9 (7 runs) Pakistan 44/2

 

Video: Pakistan’s batting in 2nd ODI


CRICKET-GUY-WES-PAK

8.6 Joseph to Kamran Akmal, OUT

End of over 8 (3 runs) Pakistan 37/1

End of over 7 (13 runs) Pakistan 34/1

End of over 6 (5 runs) Pakistan 21/1

End of over 5 (3 runs) Pakistan 16/1

4.5 Gabriel to Ahmed Shehzad, OUT!

End of over 4 (3 runs) Pakistan 13/0

End of over 3 (4 runs) Pakistan 10/0

End of over 2 (2 runs) Pakistan 6/0

End of over 1 (4 runs) Pakistan 4/0

 

Watch: Babar Azam’s brilliant batting


 

West Indies v Pakistan 2nd ODI - Guyana

Video: Pakistan’s batting in 2nd ODI


West Indies captain Jason Holder won the toss and  again chose to put Pakistan in to bat in the second of three One-Day internationals at the National Stadium in Guyana on Sunday.

On the heels of their historic victory in the opening encounter at the same venue two days ago, the West Indies have retained an unchanged eleven as they seek another win that will give them a first ODI series win against any opponents since 2014 (against Bangladesh) and a first against Pakistan since 1991.

Pakistan have switched left-arm fast bowlers in the only change to the line-up that failed to defend a total of 308 for five on Friday, Junaid Khan coming into the team at the expense of Wahab Riaz.

West Indies had never before successfully chased a target of 300 or over in an ODI while their winning total was also a new venue record.

With the same pitch being used for the second-match, there is anticipation of another high-scoring duel.

Teams: West Indies – Jason Holder (capt), Evin Lewis, Chadwick Walton, Kieran Powell, Shai Hope, Jason Mohammed, Jonathan Carter, Ashley Nurse, Devendra Bishoo, Alzarri Joseph, Shannon Gabriel.

Pakistan – Sarfraz Ahmed (capt), Kamran Akmal, Ahmed Shehzad, Babar Azam, Mohammad Hafeez, Shoaib Malik, Imad Wasim, Shadab Khan, Mohammad Aamir, Junaid Khan, Hasan Ali.

Umpires: Gregory Brathwaite (BAR), Ian Gould (ENG)

Match Referee: Jeff Crowe (NZL) - Samaa
 
 
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