pakistan vs west indies, second world cup match

In the second World Cup Match, which happened at Trent Bridge on Friday, of Pakistan vs West Indies, the stuffing of short balls in the game slaughtered the Greens in their opening match.

The match started off by West Indies winning the toss and giving the Pakistani’s to bat, and they did, and after a total of 21.4 overs, Pakistan only managed to score a total of 105 runs, where it could have been more than a total of 400.

It was their second lowest ever in the history of the World Cup matches. The West Indies smashed the game in just 13.4 overs, helping with the Chris Gayle’s 34-ball fifty and had more than 208 balls to spare, which was the highest ever recorded in the World Cup.

Although, it was so embarrassing that in their previous games, they had been scoring totals of 300+ back to back in the series against England, however, they were lost too.

The West-Indies short-pitches went successful against the Greens, in which out of 68, Seven of them were wicket takers in the second world cup match.

Muhammad Amir Took Three Wickets in the Pakistan vs West Indies Match

The opener Imam-Ul-Haq, seemed to be in good form, in the leading to World Cup matches against England, scored only 2 from 11, and with his mate Fakhar Zaman, marking the highest scorer in the match of 22, was short-pitched at a lively place by Andre Russell and was shown the way of pavilion.

Alongside Fakhar Zaman, joining the highest run-scorer for Pakistan was Babar Azam. And at the end, the standing up of Wahab Riaz and Muhammad Amir helped Pakistan score a three figure score.

The wickets kept falling at regular intervals as Pakistan failed to encounter the Andre-Russell short-pitches, he took two wickets for just four runs, Jason holder took three for forty two runs, and the young bowler Oshane Thomas was the lead wicket ticker by taking four wickets for just twenty seven runs.

The run chase for the West-Indies was a formality but Muhammad Amir kept striking and with his alone efforts, took the wickets of Shai Hope at 11, Darren Bravo at 0, and Chris Gayle at 50. But, Wahab Riaz and Hasan Ali showed ignorant performance giving too much runs making them loose the match and let the Indies score run more perfectly.

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