Pakistan Whitewash West Indies in ODI Series 2022
Pakistan swept the West Indies 3-0 in the ODI series of 2022. Pakistan defeated West Indies by 53 runs at the Multan Cricket Stadium in the series’ final and third one-day international. Pakistan scored 269 runs batting first. Windies were dismissed for 216 in their reply.
The wicketkeeper-batsman for the West Indies has previously only bowled three balls in international competition. He was the team’s top bowler against Pakistan. He finished his 10 overs with four wickets for 46 runs. Fakhar Zaman, Imam-ul-Haq, Mohammad Haris, and Mohammad Rizwan were sent back to the locker room.
The amazing performance of Shadab, an all-rounder, has been dubbed this ancient accomplishment. The team’s greatest scorer with the bat is also the team’s best bowler with the ball. He contributed eight runs with the bat and four wickets with the ball.
Pakistan won the toss and made the decision to bat. The match was cut from 50 overs to 48 overs due to the hour-long rainfall. Pakistan scored 269 runs with 9 wickets lost. Shadab Khan scored a team-high six runs during the inning. During that ball innings, he hit four fours and three sixes.
Imam-ul-Haq scored the second-most runs (72) for the home team. He also holds the record for the most consecutive fiftys scored in international cricket, with five in a row. He recorded seven fours and one six during his at-bat. The opening batsman Fakhar Zaman scored 35 runs. Khushdil Shah batted 34 times.
Nicholas Pooran and Kimo Paul each grabbed four wickets for the Windies. Shadab Khan and Hasan Ali both captured four wickets for Pakistan.
With the bat of Akel Hossain, the Windies, who came out to bat with a goal of 260 runs, struggled a bit. In the end, though, they were bowled out for 217 runs in 36.2 overs due to Shadab’s excellent bowling. Maximum 60 runs were scored by Kimo Paul throughout the inning. His 36-ball innings had two fours and six sixes. Chetri scored the second-highest 33 runs with his bat. Shy Hope and Kimo Paul amassed a total of 21 runs.