Pakistan Whitewash West Indies in ODI Series 2022

Pakistan Whitewash West Indies in ODI Series 2022

Pakistan whitewashed West Indies in ODI series 2022 by 3-0. In the last and third ODI of the series at the Multan Cricket Stadium, Pakistan beat West Indies by 53 runs. Pakistan batted first and scored 269 runs. Windies were bowled out for 216 in reply.

The West Indies wicketkeeper-batsman has previously bowled just three balls in old international cricket. He became the best bowler of the team against Pakistan. Completing the quota of 10 overs, he took 4 wickets for 46 runs. Batters like Fakhar Zaman, Imam-ul-Haq, Mohammad Haris and Mohammad Rizwan were returned to the dressing room.

All-rounder Shadab’s great performance has been called this feat of old. The best scorer of the team with the bat is also the best bowler of the team with the ball. He scored 8 runs with the bat and also took 4 wickets with the ball.

Pakistan won the toss and elected to bat. The rain that lasted for an hour reduced the match from 50 overs to 48 overs. Pakistan scored 269 runs for the loss of 9 wickets. Shadab Khan scored maximum 6 runs in the innings for the team. He hit four fours and three sixes in that ball innings.

Imam-ul-Haq scored the second highest 72 runs for the hosts. He also holds the record for the fifth consecutive fifty in international cricket. He made seven fours and one six in that innings. 35 runs came from the bat of opener Fakhar Zaman. Khushdil Shah scored 34 runs.

Nicholas Pooran took 4 wickets and Kimo Paul took 2 wickets for Windies. Shadab Khan and Hasan Ali took 4 and 2 wickets respectively for Pakistan.

The visiting Windies, who came down to play at the target of 260 runs, fought a bit with the bat of Akel Hossain. But in the end, they were bowled out for 217 in 36.2 overs by Shadab’s superb bowling. Kimo Paul scored maximum 60 runs in the innings. He had two fours and six sixes in his 36-ball innings. The second highest 33 runs came from Chetri’s bat. Shy Hope and Kimo Paul collected 21 runs.

 


 

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