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Pak vs WI: Pakistan win the three-match series by 2-0

Pak vs WI: Pakistan win the three-match series by 2-0

Pakistan have won the three-match T20I series against West Indies by 2-0 with one match to spare eliminating the guests’ chance to avoid the series loss.

Earlier in the day, Pakistan won the toss and elected to bat first. However, some quality bowling from the West Indies’ bowlers restricted them to 275 with the loss of eight wickets.

Despite Babar Azam’s and Imam ul Haq’s efforts of 77 and 72 runs coming from 93 and 72 balls respectively, the score could not surpass 300 as the rest of the batters failed to perform.

When the green bowlers stepped on the field to defend their decent-looking target, they gave hard times to the West Indies’ batters as they departed wholly on 155.

Sharmarh Brooks was the top scorer from their side as he added 42 runs on 52 deliveries. Kyle Mayers was the second-best run-maker adding 32 runs, however, the rest of them could not make more than 25 runs apiece.

It must be noted that Akeal Hosein was the top wicket-taker from the guests’ end. He plucked three wickets conceding 52 runs whereas, Alzarri Joseph was pretty economical conceding 33 runs and picking two wickets.

From Pakistan’s end, Mohammad Nawaz got a four-wicket haul yielding only 19 runs. Mohammad Wasim bowled 4.2 overs and got a three-wicket haul acknowledging 34 runs. Shadab Khan, the leg-spinner had two wickets and sustained 40 runs in nine overs.

The next and final encounter will take place on 12th June at Multan Cricket Stadium and it will be the final chance for the West Indies to avoid a whitewash.

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