Pakistan vs West Indies Highlights ICC Cricket World Cup 2019
Windies beat Pakistan by 7 wickets
The World Cup’s second match was played in Nottingham’s Trent Bridge field between Pakistan and the West Indies, in which the West Indies team won the spectacular 7 wickets. In this match, West Indies captain Jason Holder won the toss and decided to bowl first. Oshen Thomas and Holder proved this decision by the captain and the entire team of Pakistan got reduced to 105. Thomas took 4 wickets while Holder took 3 wickets, Russell got two successes.
In response, when the West Indies team went to bat, the ink hop and Gayle made a good start but the ink hop did not last long and was quickly out. Although Gayle scored a superb half-century. Nicholas Puran then scored an unbeaten 34 runs. The West Indies made a great start to the World Cup. At the same time, the beginning of this journey for Pakistan has been disappointing. However, Aamir has picked all three wickets from the West Indies.
In the first match of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, the West Indies team won a spectacular victory with seven wickets. The 106-run target from Pakistan, he got three wickets in just 13.4 overs. Earlier, West Indies captain Jason Holder won the toss and bat first to bat Pakistan. West Indies bowlers proved their captain’s decision correct, while the entire Pakistan team folded in 105 overs in just 21.4 overs. After this, thanks to the half-century of opener Chris Gayle (50), he easily achieved this goal.
Chris Gayle started a bang in front of the target of just 105 runs from Pakistan. Though the ink hopes came out to open with them soon. When the team’s score was 36 on the private score of 11 runs then the pavilion returned. After that, 10 runs were added to the team’s score and then Darren Bravo was out on zero. But Nicholas Puran (34) showed good hand after that. In the meantime, Chris Gayle got out soon after completing his half-century. Gayle hit six fours and three sixes in a blazing inning of 34 balls. After this, Puran made the rest of the remainder to win with Shimron Heitmeyer.
Mohammed Aamir has influenced
Mohammad Aamir has very effective bowling over Pakistan. He took 3 wickets in 26 overs in 6 overs, but no other bowler could have been impressed with his performance. Apart from this, Pakistan’s batsmen had given so little runs to defend the bowlers of their team that there was no hope of a miracle.
Pakistan’s batting: Pakistan vs West Indies
Pakistan’s batsmen failed to face the West Indies fast bowlers before losing the toss. None of his batsmen could play hard. Imam ul Haq was dismissed and pavilion returned on the personal score of 2 runs on the last ball of the third over of the match. By that time, there were only 17 runs in the team’s account. After this, Andre Russell sent the pavilion to a personal score of 22, then the team could only manage 35 runs. After this Russell also sent Haris Sohail to the pavilion. Babar Azam did not stop too long. He also went out to the pavilion at the 22-run private score. But still, Pakistan’s wickets continued to fall. On Sarfraz’s eight runs, Mohammad Hafeez was dismissed for 16 runs. Imad Wasim, Shadab Khan, and Hasan Ali also went out to the pavilion. In 19.3 overs Pakistan’s nine wickets fell on 83 runs Wahab Riaz and Mohammed Aamir as the last pair added Pakistan to 100 runs in some way. But these two innings could not be taken away. Thomas sent Riyaz to the pavilion by a bowl.
The situation in Pakistan’s condition is so bad that it can be estimated from the fact that the batsmen who scored the most runs in their side are only 22 runs in the account. Pakistan’s shaky base and Babar Azam screwed it. Apart from both, Wahab Riaz scored 18 and Mohammad Hafeez scored 16. Apart from this, the biggest partnership that was made by Pakistan, was the last wicket for Wahab Riaz and Mohammad Aamir 17 runs.
West Indies fast bowlers: Pakistan vs West Indies
West Indies fast bowlers today wreaked havoc on Pakistani batsmen Oshayya Thomas and Captain Jason Holder broke the middle-order and low-order backbone of Pakistan when the headlines were knocked out by Ghaz Kotrell and Andre Russell. Oshna took four wickets for 27 runs in 5.4 overs, then Captain Jason Holder took 3/42 in 5 overs. Russell took two wickets in only three overs with four runs. At the same time, Kotrell spent 18 runs in 4 overs to name a wicket.