ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, West Indies Vs Pakistan, Match 2: West Indies won by 7 wickets with 218 balls remaining
31May

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, West Indies Vs Pakistan, Match 2: West Indies won by 7 wickets with 218 balls remaining

In the second match of the World Cup, Pakistan had to face big defeat against the West Indies. Chris Gayle (50) 's excellent half-century innings and good bowling from Oshana Thomas (4 wickets) West Indies defeat to Pakistan by 7 wickets with 218 balls remaining.

In the match at the Nottingham Stadium in Trent Bridge on Friday, batting first, batting first, Pakistan's entire team was all out for 105 runs. In reply, West Indies won the match by 108 runs in 13.4 overs. Mohammed Amir takes 3 wickets from Pakistan.

The West Indies team started chasing the target, it was fantastic, but the West Indies were the first shock in the form of Shai Hope (11) on the third ball of the fifth over. Mohammed Aamir caught the Hope in the hands of Mohammad Hafeez. There was a partnership of 36 runs between Gayle and Hope for the first wicket. Fast bowler Mohammad Aamir gave another blow to the West Indies in 6.2 overs Dwayne Bravo (0) was caught by Babar Azam in the second slip, caught out by hand.

Pakistan got big success in 10.5 overs. Fast bowler Mohammad Amir sent opener Chris Gayle to the pavilion by getting caught out by Shaadab Khan. Gayle played a superb inning of 50 runs in 34 balls with the help of 6 fours and 3 sixes.

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