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Pakistan vs Afghanistan Today’s Live Match (PAK vs AFG)

Today is an interesting match Pakistan vs Afghanistan, and both the team facing each other at the Headingley Stadium in Leeds on Saturday, Jun 29, 2019, as 36th ODI of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. The game starts at 3:00 PM (IST). Watch PAK vs AFG today match Live on CricketLiveHD in HD Quality for free

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PAK vs AFG HEAD TO HEAD STATS & FIGURES IN WORLD CUP

Total MatchesWon by PakistanWon by AfghanistanTiedNo Result
8 5300

Pakistan vs Afghanistan World Cup 2019 Campaign so far

As you all know that today is not a big match Afghanistan already lost all of their matches against all the teams except with Pakistan and West Indies. On the other side, Pakistan won three big matches against England, South Africa, and New Zealand so Afghans players are already knockout from the ICC World cup 2019 and are in the last spot in Points table. But Pakistan needs to win this match to reach closer to Semis.

Watch this battle online on CricketLiveHD. Pakistan needs to perform harder and not to take the Afghans easy team because they lost the warm-up match from them but if we take out the Past ODI history of both teams Afghanistan didn’t win a single ODI match from Pakistan. Mohammad Amir and Babar Azam are seen in full form in the past match against New Zealand

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Pakistan Playing XI

Imam-ul-Haq, Fakhar Zaman, Babar Azam, Mohammad Hafeez, Shoaib Malik, Sarfaraz Ahmed(w/c), Imad Wasim, Shadab Khan, Hasan Ali, Mohammad Amir, Wahab Riaz, Haris Sohail, Asif Ali, Shaheen Afridi, Mohammad Hasnain.

Afghanistan Playing XI

Mohammad Shahzad (wk), Hazratullah Zazai, Rahmat Shah, Hashmatullah Shahidi, Asghar Afghan, Mohammad Nabi, Najibullah Zadran, Gulbadin Naib(c), Rashid Khan, Dawlat Zadran, Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Noor Ali Zadran, Samiullah Shenwari, Aftab Alam, Hamid Hassan.

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WI vs PAK

Pakistan vs West Indies

2nd Match of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019

Pakistan and West Indies will be fighting their first battle against each other in the ICC mega event today on 31-May at Trent Bridge Nottingham. This will be the first outing for Men in Green and the Carabian team in this ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.

WARM-UP MATCH RESULTS

If we talk about the Warm Up matches of both teams, Pakistan could only play one Warm-up match against the new Afghanistan team which came out rather as a shocker for the men in Green as they lost to Afghanistan team by 3 wickets. The second warm-up game against Bangladesh was washed away by rain.

West Indies, on the other hand, had an amazing warm-up game against the good looking team New Zealand where WI scored a massive total of 421. and to no surprise won the match comfortably at the end.

West Indies and Pakistan are the two teams which are tagged as the “unpredictable”. that’s what makes PAKvWI exciting to watch. You just never know what could come out of them. On their day they can blow away any side and they can also be very disappointing on a given day as well. Both teams have this surprise element attached to them which makes them exciting to watch. Pakistan and West Indies both have talented players who can jolt the opposition in any condition so this PAK vs WI has to be a close contest many suspects.

Lets take a closer look on what history brings to the table about the two sides.

PAK vs WI HEAD TO HEAD STATS and FIGURES

Total MatchesWon by PakistanWon by West IndiesTiedNo Result
133607030

If we look at the ODI stats of PAKvWI games, then there is not so much to choose from. West Indies may be leading by 10 matches but this total number does include the golden times when WI team was a nightmare for any opponent and they were at the top of their game in the ’70s and ’80s. Recently Pakistan had a better going against the Windies in the shorter format.

Everyone wants the win their first match of this big tournament and set the mood for them in the rest of the world cup thus we can surely expect one hell of a match tomorrow. let see it Pakistan has some answers to the unstoppable WI batsmen who are scoring big recently, and likewise, we will see if WI are able to play the surprising and very capable Pakistan bowling attack.

WI vs PAK match Today World Cup 2019

West Indies Men 3-108 ( 13.4 ) overs
Pakistan Men: 105 ( 21.4 ) overs
West Indies win by 7 wickets
Toss - West Indies won the toss and elected to bowl.
Batsmens
R
B
4S
6S
SR
34
19
4
2
178.95
7
8
0
0
87.5
Bowler
O
M
R
W
Econ
3.4
1
40
0
10.91
Man of the Match
Oshane Thomas
Commentry
In over# 14
Runs : 12 Bowler: Wahab Riaz Wickets : 0
Over 14. 12 runs. Bowler: Wahab Riaz. West Indies: 3-108(rr 7.71)
13.4
6
SIX! Wahab Riaz to Nicholas Pooran. Short, outside off stump backing away pulling, well timed in the air under control over deep mid wicket for 6 runs. Finished in fine style. Backing away and giving himself space to clear the arms and the boundary.West Indies have run away as winners in a very one-sided match. Chasing down 105 was never going to be difficult and once Chris Gayle got going the match was over. His 50 from 34 along with Pooran's 34 from 19 were the bright points in the innings and they gave the spectators plenty of things to cheer about.With such a big loss Pakistan will have to regroup and come out firing on Monday against England, who they just lost to 4-0.
13.3
.
Wahab Riaz to Nicholas Pooran. Leg cutter back of a length, outside off stump on the front foot Slog, missed to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Ahmed.
13.2
4
FOUR! Wahab Riaz to Nicholas Pooran. Back of a length, outside off stump backing away cutting, top edge in the air uncontrolled past third man for 4 runs. Slashed down to third man once again. So many runs have come in that region in this innings.
13.1
1
Wahab Riaz to Shimron Hetmyer. Full toss, to leg backing away driving, inside edge to fine leg for 1 run, fielded by Ali.
13.1
1
Wide Wahab Riaz to Shimron Hetmyer. Short, outside off stump backing away Leave, Left to wicketkeeper for 1 run, fielded by Ahmed.
In over# 13
Runs : 5 Bowler: Hassan Ali Wickets : 0
Over 13. 5 runs. Bowler: Hassan Ali. West Indies: 3-96(rr 7.38)
12.6
.
Hassan Ali to Nicholas Pooran. Back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot dropped, to short extra cover for no runs, fielded by ul-Haq.
12.5
1
Hassan Ali to Shimron Hetmyer. Short, outside off stump on the back foot pulling, top edge in the air uncontrolled to fine leg for 1 run, fielded by Wasim.
12.4
2
Hassan Ali to Shimron Hetmyer. Half volley, outside off stump on the front foot working, to deep backward square leg for 2 runs, fielded by Wasim.
12.3
.
Hassan Ali to Shimron Hetmyer. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot defending, to extra cover for no runs, fielded by ul-Haq.
12.2
.
Hassan Ali to Shimron Hetmyer. Short, outside off stump ducked Leave, Left to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Ahmed.
12.1
2
Hassan Ali to Shimron Hetmyer. Back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot working, to backward square leg for 2 runs, fielded by Zaman.
In over# 12
Runs : 14 Bowler: Wahab Riaz Wickets : 0
Over 12. 14 runs. Bowler: Wahab Riaz. West Indies: 3-91(rr 7.58)
11.6
.
Wahab Riaz to Nicholas Pooran. Back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot Steer, to point for no runs, fielded by Khan.
11.5
2
Wahab Riaz to Nicholas Pooran. Short, outside off stump on the back foot hooking, top edge in the air uncontrolled to deep backward square leg for 2 runs, fielded by Hafeez.
11.4
6
SIX! Wahab Riaz to Nicholas Pooran. Short, outside off stump on the back foot pulling, well timed in the air under control over long on for 6 runs. Slapped with force back down the ground. Very difficult shot to pull off but Pooran make it look so simple.
11.3
4
FOUR! Wahab Riaz to Nicholas Pooran. Back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot Steer, outside edge in the air uncontrolled past third man for 4 runs. Chances are coming but so are the boundaries. Flashed over the slips and into the third man fence.
11.2
1
Wahab Riaz to Shimron Hetmyer. Short, outside off stump on the back foot hooking, top edge in the air uncontrolled to deep square leg for 1 run, dropped catch by ul-Haq.
11.1
1
Wahab Riaz to Nicholas Pooran. Short, outside off stump on the back foot pulling, to deep mid wicket for 1 run, fielded by ul-Haq.
In over# 11
Runs : 6 Bowler: Mohammad Amir Wickets : 1
Over 11. 6 runs. Bowler: Mohammad Amir. West Indies: 3-77(rr 7.00)
10.6
.
Mohammad Amir to Shimron Hetmyer. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot defending, to mid off for no runs, fielded by Hafeez.
10.5
W
OUT! Caught. Mohammad Amir to Chris Gayle. Off cutter back of a length, outside off stump backing away Slog, top edge in the air uncontrolled to backward point, by Khan. Pakistan are not going down without a fight. Amir takes a third wicket and the big one of Chris Gayle for 50. Deceived by a good change of pace while the off cutter bounced a little more and found the top edge. Easy stuff for backward point.
10.4
1
Mohammad Amir to Nicholas Pooran. Length ball, outside off stump on the back foot Steer, outside edge to third man for 1 run, run save by Riaz.
10.3
4
FOUR! Mohammad Amir to Nicholas Pooran. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot driving, well timed past deep point for 4 runs. Hammered with disdain to the fence. Brilliant sound off the bat and Pooran holds the pose for the cameras.
10.2
1
Mohammad Amir to Chris Gayle. Length ball, middle stump on the back foot working, to fine leg for 1 run, fielded by Wasim.
10.1
.
Mohammad Amir to Chris Gayle. Short, outside off stump ducked Leave, Left to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Ahmed.
In over# 10
Runs : 15 Bowler: Wahab Riaz Wickets : 0
Over 10. Power Play Fielding. 15 runs. Bowler: Wahab Riaz. West Indies: 2-71(rr 7.10)
9.6
.
Wahab Riaz to Nicholas Pooran. Seaming away back of a length, outside off stump on the front foot driving, missed to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Ahmed.
9.5
.
Wahab Riaz to Nicholas Pooran. Seaming away length ball, outside off stump on the back foot Steer, missed to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Ahmed.
9.4
1
Wahab Riaz to Chris Gayle. Full toss, down leg side on the back foot working, hit pad to short mid wicket for 1 run, fielded by Ali.
9.3
4
FOUR! Wahab Riaz to Chris Gayle. Leg cutter short, outside off stump backing away pulling, well timed in the air under control past deep mid wicket for 4 runs. Back to peppering the legside boundary. Short, slow and sat up asking to be put away.
9.2
4
FOUR! Wahab Riaz to Chris Gayle. Back of a length, middle stump backing away cutting, well timed in the air under control past deep point for 4 runs. Incredible piece of hitting. Giving himself plenty of room and even though Wahab followed him he had the presence of mind to slice the ball over the top.
9.1
6
SIX! Wahab Riaz to Chris Gayle. Back of a length, outside off stump backing away driving, well timed in the air under control over long off for 6 runs. Lifted back over the bowler. Gayle knows he is going to receive some short stuff and he's ready for it.
West Indies Men: 3-108 ( 13.4 ) overs
Pakistan Men 105 ( 21.4 ) overs
Toss - West Indies won the toss and elected to bowl.
West Indies win by 7 wickets
RR : -0.06
CRR : 7.9
Batsmen
R
B
4S
SR
I ul-Haq

c: Hope b: Cottrell

2
11
0
18.18
F Zaman

b: Russell

22
16
2
137.5
B Azam

c: Hope b: Thomas

22
33
2
66.67
H Sohail

c: Hope b: Russell

8
11
1
72.73
S Ahmed

c: Hope b: Holder

8
12
1
66.67
M Hafeez

c: Cottrell b: Thomas

16
24
2
66.67
I Wasim

c: Gayle b: Holder

1
3
0
33.33
S Khan

lbw: Thomas

0
1
0
0
H Ali

c: Cottrell b: Holder

1
4
0
25
W Riaz

b: Thomas

18
11
1
163.64
M Amir

not out

3
6
0
50
Extras 4(b 0, lb 0, WD 2, NB 2)
Total 105/10 21.4 overs

FOW:
Bowlers
O
M
R
W
Econ
4.0
0
18
1
4.50
5.0
0
42
3
8.40
3.0
1
4
2
1.33
4.0
0
14
0
3.50
5.4
0
27
4
4.76
Batsmen
R
B
4S
SR
C Gayle

c: Khan b: Amir

50
34
6
147.06
S Hope

c: Hafeez b: Amir

11
17
1
64.71
D Bravo

c: Azam b: Amir

0
4
0
0
N Pooran

not out

34
19
4
178.95
S Hetmyer

not out

7
8
0
87.5
Not bat : Jason Holder,Andre Russell,Carlos Brathwaite,Ashley Nurse,Sheldon Cottrell,Oshane Thomas
Extras 6(b 0, lb 3, WD 3, NB 0)
Total 108/3 13.4 overs

FOW: (Jason Holder) , (Andre Russell) , (Carlos Brathwaite) , (Ashley Nurse) , (Sheldon Cottrell) , (Oshane Thomas)
Bowlers
O
M
R
W
Econ
6.0
0
26
3
4.33
4.0
0
39
0
9.75
3.4
1
40
0
10.91
In over# 22
Runs : 2 Bowler: Oshane Thomas Wickets : 1
Over 22. 2 runs. Bowler: Oshane Thomas. Pakistan: 10-105(rr 4.77)
21.4
W
OUT! Bowled. Oshane Thomas to Wahab Riaz. Half volley, off stump backing away driving, missed to. And that is the end of that. Brilliant performance from the West Indies bowlers to start their campaign as they skittled out Pakistan for 105 with a mixture of short and quick bowling. The Pakistan batting attack crumbled like a pack of cards while Oshane Thomas finished with figures of 4-27 on his World Cup debut. Should be an easy chase for West Indies but Pakistan will come out firing and hope to restore some pride.
21.3
1
FREE HIT. Oshane Thomas to Mohammad Amir. Length ball, outside off stump moves in front flick, to fine leg for 1 run, fielded by Russell.
21.3
1
No ball Oshane Thomas to Mohammad Amir. Length ball, middle stump backing away driving, missed to wicketkeeper for 1 run, fielded by Hope.
21.2
.
Oshane Thomas to Mohammad Amir. Short, down leg side on the back foot Steer, to point for no runs, fielded by Pooran.
21.1
.
Oshane Thomas to Mohammad Amir. Yorker, outside off stump backing away driving, missed for no runs, fielded by Hope.
In over# 21
Runs : 17 Bowler: Jason Holder Wickets : 0
Over 21. 17 runs. Bowler: Jason Holder. Pakistan: 9-103(rr 4.90)
20.6
6
SIX! Jason Holder to Wahab Riaz. Back of a length, outside off stump backing away pulling, well timed in the air under control over deep square leg for 6 runs. Not quite the venom in this short ball to trouble Wahab. At a good height to connect with and sent way back into the stands.
20.5
4
FOUR! Jason Holder to Wahab Riaz. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot driving, well timed in the air under control past deep cover for 4 runs. Clearing the front leg and sending the ball way over cover. Couple of bounces and into the rope.
20.4
.
Jason Holder to Wahab Riaz. Short, outside off stump on the back foot defending, Spliced to point for no runs, fielded by Pooran.
20.3
.
Jason Holder to Wahab Riaz. Half volley, to leg backing away driving, missed to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Hope.
20.2
6
SIX! Jason Holder to Wahab Riaz. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot Slog, well timed in the air under control over deep mid wicket for 6 runs. Meaty blow into the stands. Looks like Wahab is going to have some fun and try and score some quick runs.
20.1
1
Jason Holder to Mohammad Amir. Back of a length, down leg side on the back foot defending, for 1 run, fielded by Cottrell.
In over# 20
Runs : 3 Bowler: Oshane Thomas Wickets : 1
Over 20. 3 runs. Bowler: Oshane Thomas. Pakistan: 9-86(rr 4.30)
19.6
1
Oshane Thomas to Mohammad Amir. Short, down leg side on the back foot Fended, Spliced in the air uncontrolled to fine leg for 1 run, fielded by Russell.
19.5
1
Oshane Thomas to Wahab Riaz. Back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot working, to fine leg for 1 run, fielded by Cottrell.
19.4
.
FREE HIT. Oshane Thomas to Wahab Riaz. Short, outside off stump backing away pulling, missed to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Hope.
19.4
1
No ball Oshane Thomas to Wahab Riaz. Length ball, off stump on the back foot working, to short leg for 1 run, fielded by Hetmyer.
19.3
W
OUT! Caught. Oshane Thomas to Mohammad Hafeez. Short, outside off stump on the back foot hooking, Spliced in the air uncontrolled to fine leg, by Cottrell. Possibly the best short ball we have seen today. Right on the money and Hafeez was in all sorts of trouble as the ball headed towards the badge on his helmet. High on the bat as he turned his head and it was a brilliant catch from Cottrell running in off the boundary
19.2
.
Oshane Thomas to Mohammad Hafeez. Back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot pulling, Gloved to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Hope.
19.1
.
Oshane Thomas to Mohammad Hafeez. Length ball, outside off stump on the back foot defending, to short mid wicket for no runs, fielded by Nurse.
In over# 19
Runs : 3 Bowler: Jason Holder Wickets : 1
Over 19. 3 runs. Bowler: Jason Holder. Pakistan: 8-83(rr 4.37)
18.6
1
Jason Holder to Mohammad Hafeez. Length ball, off stump on the front foot working, to deep mid wicket for 1 run, fielded by Bravo.
18.5
1
Jason Holder to Wahab Riaz. Back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot Steer, to third man for 1 run, fielded by Thomas.
18.4
.
Jason Holder to Wahab Riaz. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot defending, to silly mid off for no runs, fielded by Pooran.
18.3
W
OUT! Caught. Jason Holder to Hassan Ali. Back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot Slog, Spliced in the air uncontrolled to mid off, by Cottrell. Not a good shot at all in this situation. Clearing the front leg and looking to slap the ball out of the park. Definitely a shot of a man who didn't fancy taking on the short stuff.
18.2
.
Jason Holder to Hassan Ali. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot pushing, missed to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Hope.
18.1
1
Jason Holder to Mohammad Hafeez. Back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot working, to fine leg for 1 run, fielded by Brathwaite.
In over# 18
Runs : 3 Bowler: Oshane Thomas Wickets : 1
Over 18. 3 runs. Bowler: Oshane Thomas. Pakistan: 7-80(rr 4.44)
17.6
1
Oshane Thomas to Mohammad Hafeez. Back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot Fended, to backward square leg for 1 run, fielded by Cottrell.
17.5
1
Oshane Thomas to Hassan Ali. Short, outside off stump ducked Fended, Spliced in the air uncontrolled to deep square leg for 1 run, fielded by Pooran.
17.4
.
Oshane Thomas to Hassan Ali. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot defending, to point for no runs, fielded by Hetmyer.
17.3
W
OUT! L.B.W. Oshane Thomas to Shadab Khan. Seaming away length ball, off stump on the back foot working, hit pad to. A ripper at the stumps. Shadab was camped on the back foot waiting for the short one but Thomas bluffed him and went full and straight. Terrific stuff from the young fast bowler.
17.2
1
Oshane Thomas to Mohammad Hafeez. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot working, inside edge to deep square leg for 1 run, fielded by Pooran.
17.1
.
Oshane Thomas to Mohammad Hafeez. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot defending, to short extra cover for no runs, shy attempt by Bravo.
In over# 17
Runs : 2 Bowler: Jason Holder Wickets : 2
Over 17. 2 runs. Bowler: Jason Holder. Pakistan: 6-77(rr 4.53)
16.6
W
OUT! Caught. Jason Holder to Imad Wasim. Short, down leg side on the back foot pulling, Gloved in the air uncontrolled to second slip, by Gayle. West Indies have another one. Well directed short ball at the back shoulder which Imad was not expecting and he got himself into a tangle. Through the shot too early and the ball popped up off the glove towards Chris Gayle who made good ground to his right.
16.5
1
Jason Holder to Mohammad Hafeez. Back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot working, to fine leg for 1 run, fielded by Brathwaite.
16.4
.
Jason Holder to Mohammad Hafeez. Back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot defending, to cover for no runs.
16.3
1
Jason Holder to Imad Wasim. Back of a length, down leg side on the back foot working, to square leg for 1 run, fielded by Cottrell.
16.2
.
Jason Holder to Imad Wasim. Back of a length, down leg side on the back foot defending, to short extra cover for no runs, fielded by Bravo.
16.1
W
OUT! Caught. Jason Holder to Sarfaraz Ahmed. Back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot glancing, Gloved to wicketkeeper, by Hope. Half the side down already. Another strangle down the legside as Holder looks to cramp his fellow captain for room and gets a little glove. Great review from West Indies and everything they have done this morning has worked perfectly.
In over# 16
Runs : 3 Bowler: Oshane Thomas Wickets : 0
Over 16. 3 runs. Bowler: Oshane Thomas. Pakistan: 4-75(rr 4.69)
15.6
.
Oshane Thomas to Mohammad Hafeez. Full toss, outside off stump on the front foot driving, to mid off for no runs, fielded by Brathwaite.
15.5
2
Oshane Thomas to Mohammad Hafeez. Half volley, outside off stump on the front foot driving, to long off for 2 runs, run save by Brathwaite.
15.5
1
Wide Oshane Thomas to Mohammad Hafeez. Short, outside off stump swayed away Leave, Left to wicketkeeper for 1 run, fielded by Hope.
15.4
.
Oshane Thomas to Mohammad Hafeez. Length ball, off stump on the back foot working, to short mid wicket for no runs.
15.3
.
Oshane Thomas to Mohammad Hafeez. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot pushing, to point for no runs, fielded by Hetmyer.
15.2
.
Oshane Thomas to Mohammad Hafeez. Length ball, outside off stump on the back foot working, hit pad to short leg for no runs.
15.1
.
Oshane Thomas to Mohammad Hafeez. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot Leave, shoulders arms to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Hope.
In over# 15
Runs : 2 Bowler: Carlos Brathwaite Wickets : 0
Over 15. 2 runs. Bowler: Carlos Brathwaite. Pakistan: 4-72(rr 4.80)
14.6
1
Carlos Brathwaite to Mohammad Hafeez. Short, outside off stump on the back foot pulling, top edge in the air uncontrolled to fine leg for 1 run, fielded by Nurse. Time for a drink and West Indies are definitely on top. At 72-4 Pakistan have a lot of work to do but they have experience at the crease.
14.5
.
Carlos Brathwaite to Mohammad Hafeez. Back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot defending, to silly mid on for no runs, fielded by Holder.
14.4
.
Carlos Brathwaite to Mohammad Hafeez. Short, outside off stump swayed away Leave, Left to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Hope.
14.3
1
Carlos Brathwaite to Sarfaraz Ahmed. Short, outside off stump on the back foot hooking, to deep square leg for 1 run, fielded by Bravo.
14.2
.
Carlos Brathwaite to Sarfaraz Ahmed. Back of a length, outside off stump on the front foot driving, mis-timed back to bowler for no runs, fielded by Brathwaite.
14.1
.
Carlos Brathwaite to Sarfaraz Ahmed. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot Steer, to backward point for no runs, fielded by Hetmyer.
In over# 14
Runs : 8 Bowler: Oshane Thomas Wickets : 1
Over 14. 8 runs. Bowler: Oshane Thomas. Pakistan: 4-70(rr 5.00)
13.6
.
Oshane Thomas to Mohammad Hafeez. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot defending, to extra cover for no runs, fielded by Bravo.
13.5
.
Oshane Thomas to Mohammad Hafeez. Length ball, middle stump on the back foot working, hit pad to short leg for no runs, fielded by Holder.
13.4
4
FOUR! Oshane Thomas to Mohammad Hafeez. Half volley, middle stump on the back foot flick, well timed past deep square leg for 4 runs. Pace sometimes travels the distance, especially when the line is wrong. Too far onto the pads and clipped away with ease.
13.3
4
FOUR! Oshane Thomas to Mohammad Hafeez. Short, outside off stump on the back foot cutting, well timed past deep point for 4 runs. Short, wide and Hafeez got nicely on top of the bounce.
13.2
.
Oshane Thomas to Mohammad Hafeez. Length ball, off stump on the back foot working, back to bowler for no runs, fielded by Thomas.
13.1
W
OUT! Caught. Oshane Thomas to Babar Azam. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot driving, outside edge to wicketkeeper, by Hope. What a grab by Shai Hope. Flying to his right and taking the ball in the fingertips while at full stretch. Pace does funny things and that was a shot Babar will not be happy seeing again. That was a key wicket and with Babar back in the shed Pakistan have plenty of work to do.
In over# 13
Runs : 4 Bowler: Carlos Brathwaite Wickets : 0
Over 13. 4 runs. Bowler: Carlos Brathwaite. Pakistan: 3-62(rr 4.77)
12.6
1
Carlos Brathwaite to Babar Azam. Back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot working, to deep square leg for 1 run.
12.5
.
Carlos Brathwaite to Babar Azam. Short, outside off stump ducked Leave, Left to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Hope.
12.4
1
Carlos Brathwaite to Sarfaraz Ahmed. Short, outside off stump on the back foot pulling, to fine leg for 1 run, fielded by Bravo.
12.3
.
Carlos Brathwaite to Sarfaraz Ahmed. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot Steer, to gully for no runs, fielded by Hetmyer.
12.2
1
Carlos Brathwaite to Babar Azam. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot Steer, to third man for 1 run, fielded by Thomas.
12.1
1
Carlos Brathwaite to Sarfaraz Ahmed. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot pushing, to silly mid off for 1 run, fielded by Cottrell.
In over# 12
Runs : 8 Bowler: Oshane Thomas Wickets : 0
Over 12. 8 runs. Bowler: Oshane Thomas. Pakistan: 3-58(rr 4.83)
11.6
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Oshane Thomas to Babar Azam. Short, outside off stump no foot movement Leave, Left to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Hope.
11.5
1
Oshane Thomas to Sarfaraz Ahmed. Back of a length, outside off stump on the front foot Steer, to third man for 1 run, fielded by Russell.
11.4
1
Oshane Thomas to Babar Azam. Back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot cutting, to third man for 1 run, fielded by Russell.
11.3
4
FOUR! Oshane Thomas to Babar Azam. Short, outside off stump on the back foot pulling, well timed past deep mid wicket for 4 runs. Slapped way in front of square. Babar was quick to pick up the length and got right on top of the bounce.
11.2
2
Oshane Thomas to Babar Azam. Short, outside off stump on the back foot pulling, to deep square leg for 2 runs, run save by Pooran.
11.1
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Oshane Thomas to Babar Azam. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot driving, mis-timed to silly mid on for no runs, fielded by Brathwaite.
In over# 11
Runs : 5 Bowler: Carlos Brathwaite Wickets : 0
Over 11. 5 runs. Bowler: Carlos Brathwaite. Pakistan: 3-50(rr 4.55)
10.6
4
FOUR! Carlos Brathwaite to Sarfaraz Ahmed. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot glancing, inside edge past fine leg for 4 runs. Wrong line with the ball angling into the pads. Sarfaraz tickled it nice and fine and picks up a boundary.
10.5
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Carlos Brathwaite to Sarfaraz Ahmed. Short, outside off stump ducked Leave, Left to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Hope.
10.4
1
Carlos Brathwaite to Babar Azam. Back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot working, to deep square leg for 1 run, fielded by Bravo.
10.3
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Carlos Brathwaite to Babar Azam. Short, outside off stump on the back foot cutting, mis-timed in the air uncontrolled to backward point for no runs, dropped catch by Hetmyer.
10.2
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Carlos Brathwaite to Babar Azam. Length ball, outside off stump on the back foot dropped, to gully for no runs, fielded by Hetmyer.
10.1
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Carlos Brathwaite to Babar Azam. Seaming in length ball, outside off stump on the front foot working, hit pad to silly point for no runs, fielded by Hetmyer.
In over# 10
Runs : 0 Bowler: Andre Russell Wickets : 1
Over 10. Power Play Fielding. no runs. Bowler: Andre Russell. Pakistan: 3-45(rr 4.50)
9.6
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Andre Russell to Sarfaraz Ahmed. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot Steer, to point for no runs, fielded by Hetmyer.
9.5
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Andre Russell to Sarfaraz Ahmed. Yorker, outside off stump on the front foot defending, to gully for no runs, fielded by Nurse.
9.4
W
OUT! Caught. Andre Russell to Haris Sohail. Short, to leg on the back foot cutting, outside edge to wicketkeeper, by Hope. The short ball tactic has finally paid off. Haris wanted to take it on but the ball zipped through much quicker off the pitch and took the edge. Andre Russell is on fire this morning.
9.3
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Andre Russell to Haris Sohail. Short, down leg side ducked Leave, Left to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Hope.
9.2
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Andre Russell to Haris Sohail. Short, down leg side ducked Leave, Left to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Hope.
9.1
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Andre Russell to Haris Sohail. Short, down leg side ducked Leave, Left to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Hope.
In over# 9
Runs : 3 Bowler: Carlos Brathwaite Wickets : 0
Over 9. Power Play Fielding. 3 runs. Bowler: Carlos Brathwaite. Pakistan: 2-45(rr 5.00)
8.6
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Carlos Brathwaite to Babar Azam. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot working, to short mid wicket for no runs, fielded by Nurse.
8.5
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Carlos Brathwaite to Babar Azam. Back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot working, to short mid wicket for no runs, fielded by Nurse.
8.4
1
Carlos Brathwaite to Haris Sohail. Short, outside off stump on the back foot Fended, Gloved to backward square leg for 1 run, fielded by Thomas.
8.3
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Carlos Brathwaite to Haris Sohail. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot driving, to cover for no runs, fielded by Bravo.
8.2
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Carlos Brathwaite to Haris Sohail. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot pushing, to cover for no runs, fielded by Bravo.
8.1
2
Carlos Brathwaite to Haris Sohail. Back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot working, to deep backward square leg for 2 runs, fielded by Pooran.
In over# 8
Runs : 2 Bowler: Andre Russell Wickets : 0
Over 8. Power Play Fielding. 2 runs. Bowler: Andre Russell. Pakistan: 2-42(rr 5.25)
7.6
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Andre Russell to Babar Azam. Short, outside off stump ducked Leave, Left to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Hope.
7.5
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Andre Russell to Babar Azam. Short, outside off stump swayed away Leave, Left to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Hope.
7.4
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Andre Russell to Babar Azam. Short, outside off stump swayed away Leave, Left to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Hope.
7.3
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Andre Russell to Babar Azam. Short, outside off stump ducked Leave, Left to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Hope.
7.2
1
Andre Russell to Haris Sohail. Back of a length, down leg side on the back foot working, to deep square leg for 1 run, fielded by Bravo.
7.1
1
Andre Russell to Babar Azam. Short, outside off stump on the back foot cutting, to third man for 1 run, fielded by Thomas.
In over# 7
Runs : 5 Bowler: Sheldon Cottrell Wickets : 0
Over 7. Power Play Fielding. 5 runs. Bowler: Sheldon Cottrell. Pakistan: 2-40(rr 5.71)
6.6
4
FOUR! Sheldon Cottrell to Haris Sohail. Out-swinging length ball, outside off stump on the front foot driving, well timed in the air under control past deep point for 4 runs. Slapped to the cover boundary. Swinging away and Haris went with it and drilled it.
6.5
1
Sheldon Cottrell to Babar Azam. Length ball, to leg on the back foot working, to deep square leg for 1 run, fielded by Bravo.
6.4
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Sheldon Cottrell to Babar Azam. Seaming away length ball, outside off stump on the front foot driving, missed to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Hope.
6.3
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Sheldon Cottrell to Babar Azam. Length ball, middle stump on the back foot defending, to point for no runs.
6.2
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Sheldon Cottrell to Babar Azam. Off cutter back of a length, to leg on the back foot defending, to point for no runs, fielded by Hetmyer.
6.1
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Sheldon Cottrell to Babar Azam. Short, down leg side on the back foot pulling, hit body to short leg for no runs, fielded by Cottrell.
In over# 6
Runs : 2 Bowler: Andre Russell Wickets : 1
Over 6. Power Play Fielding. 2 runs. Bowler: Andre Russell. Pakistan: 2-35(rr 5.83)
5.6
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Andre Russell to Haris Sohail. Short, down leg side ducked Leave, Left to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Hope.
5.5
W
OUT! Bowled. Andre Russell to Fakhar Zaman. Short, down leg side on the back foot pulling, hit helmet to. Tremendous short ball at the helmet. Quicker than Fakhar was expecting and he was slow into the shot and felt the full force of the ball. Unfortunately for him the ball then dropped down onto the stumps and knocked off the bails. Windies have two huge scalps inside the powerplay.
5.4
1
Andre Russell to Babar Azam. Back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot cutting, to third man for 1 run, fielded by Thomas.
5.3
1
Andre Russell to Fakhar Zaman. Back of a length, down leg side on the back foot cutting, to third man for 1 run, fielded by Cottrell.
5.2
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Andre Russell to Fakhar Zaman. Back of a length, down leg side on the front foot defending, to silly mid on for no runs, fielded by Russell.
5.1
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Andre Russell to Fakhar Zaman. Seaming away back of a length, down leg side on the front foot working, missed to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Hope.
In over# 5
Runs : 6 Bowler: Sheldon Cottrell Wickets : 0
Over 5. Power Play Fielding. 6 runs. Bowler: Sheldon Cottrell. Pakistan: 1-33(rr 6.60)
4.6
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Sheldon Cottrell to Babar Azam. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot Leave, shoulders arms to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Hope.
4.5
2
Sheldon Cottrell to Babar Azam. Back of a length, to leg on the back foot working, to deep square leg for 2 runs, fielded by Bravo.
4.4
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Sheldon Cottrell to Babar Azam. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot Leave, shoulders arms to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Hope.
4.3
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Sheldon Cottrell to Babar Azam. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot Leave, shoulders arms to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Hope.
4.2
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Sheldon Cottrell to Babar Azam. In-swinging length ball, off stump on the front foot defending, to backward point for no runs, fielded by Hetmyer.
4.1
4
FOUR! Sheldon Cottrell to Babar Azam. Full toss, outside off stump on the front foot driving, well timed past deep extra cover for 4 runs. Caressed to the rope. A real freebie offered up and Babar was never going to miss out.
In over# 4
Runs : 10 Bowler: Jason Holder Wickets : 0
Over 4. Power Play Fielding. 10 runs. Bowler: Jason Holder. Pakistan: 1-27(rr 6.75)
3.6
3
Jason Holder to Babar Azam. Length ball, off stump on the front foot working, to long on for 3 runs, fielded by Brathwaite.
3.5
3
Jason Holder to Fakhar Zaman. Back of a length, to leg on the front foot driving, to deep cover for 3 runs, fielded by Pooran.
3.4
4
FOUR! Jason Holder to Fakhar Zaman. Back of a length, to leg on the front foot cutting, well timed past deep point for 4 runs. Width and cracked on the top of the bounce. Pierced the gap nicely through point.
3.3
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Jason Holder to Fakhar Zaman. Back of a length, down leg side on the front foot defending, to silly mid on for no runs, fielded by Holder.
3.2
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Jason Holder to Fakhar Zaman. Length ball, to leg on the front foot driving, mis-timed to short mid wicket for no runs, fielded by Nurse.
3.1
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Jason Holder to Fakhar Zaman. Length ball, down leg side on the front foot working, to short mid wicket for no runs, fielded by Nurse.
In over# 3
Runs : 6 Bowler: Sheldon Cottrell Wickets : 1
Over 3. Power Play Fielding. 6 runs. Bowler: Sheldon Cottrell. Pakistan: 1-17(rr 5.67)
2.6
W
OUT! Caught. Sheldon Cottrell to Imam ul-Haq. Back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot pulling, Gloved to wicketkeeper, by Hope. Windies strike early. Not the greatest delivery from Cottrell as the ball angled down the legside but Imam could not catch up with it and only ended up feathering a glove to the keeper. Just what they needed.
2.5
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Sheldon Cottrell to Imam ul-Haq. Back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot dropped, to short extra cover for no runs, fielded by Bravo.
2.4
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Sheldon Cottrell to Imam ul-Haq. Length ball, outside off stump on the back foot Steer, to backward point for no runs, fielded by Hetmyer.
2.3
1
Sheldon Cottrell to Fakhar Zaman. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot working, to mid wicket for 1 run, fielded by Nurse.
2.2
4
FOUR! Sheldon Cottrell to Fakhar Zaman. Short, outside off stump on the front foot cutting, well timed in the air under control past deep extra cover for 4 runs. All too easy for Fakhar. Short, wide and given plenty of room to free the arms. Up and over for four.
2.1
1
Sheldon Cottrell to Imam ul-Haq. Length ball, to leg on the front foot flick, in the air under control to deep backward square leg for 1 run, fielded by Pooran.
In over# 2
Runs : 10 Bowler: Jason Holder Wickets : 0
Over 2. Power Play Fielding. 10 runs. Bowler: Jason Holder. Pakistan: 0-11(rr 5.50)
1.6
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Jason Holder to Fakhar Zaman. Seaming away length ball, off stump on the front foot Leave, shoulders arms to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Hope.
1.5
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Jason Holder to Fakhar Zaman. Back of a length, down leg side on the front foot working, hit pad to silly point for no runs, fielded by Hetmyer.
1.4
6
SIX! Jason Holder to Fakhar Zaman. Length ball, down leg side on the front foot flick, well timed in the air under control over deep square leg for 6 runs. What a stroke. Holder strays onto the pads and Fakhar picked it up so cleanly and whipped it over deep square leg.
1.3
.
Jason Holder to Fakhar Zaman. Length ball, off stump on the front foot Leave, shoulders arms to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Hope.
1.2
1
Jason Holder to Imam ul-Haq. Length ball, middle stump on the front foot pushing, to mid off for 1 run, fielded by Thomas.
1.1
3
NEW BALL. Jason Holder to Fakhar Zaman. Length ball, to leg on the front foot driving, to long off for 3 runs, fielded by Thomas.
In over# 1
Runs : 1 Bowler: Sheldon Cottrell Wickets : 0
Over 1. Power Play Fielding. 1 run. Bowler: Sheldon Cottrell. Pakistan: 0-1(rr 1.00)
0.6
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Sheldon Cottrell to Imam ul-Haq. Out-swinging half volley, outside off stump on the front foot driving, inside edge to silly point for no runs, fielded by Bravo.
0.5
.
APPEAL! Sheldon Cottrell to Imam ul-Haq. Seaming away back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot defending, missed to wicketkeeper for no runs, by Hope, appeal made for Caught. Shouts from a couple of fielders as the ball passed the bat. Not a confident one and they were right to not review. The ball was nowhere near the bat.
0.4
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Sheldon Cottrell to Imam ul-Haq. Out-swinging full toss, outside off stump on the back foot defending, to cover for no runs, fielded by Bravo.
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Sheldon Cottrell to Imam ul-Haq. Seaming away back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot defending, missed to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Hope.
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Sheldon Cottrell to Imam ul-Haq. Out-swinging back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot Leave, shoulders arms to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Hope.
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Sheldon Cottrell to Imam ul-Haq. Out-swinging back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot Leave, shoulders arms to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Hope.
1
NEW BALL. Wide Sheldon Cottrell to Imam ul-Haq. Out-swinging length ball, outside off stump on the front foot Leave, Left to wicketkeeper for 1 run, fielded by Hope.
-1.0
Start of Pakistan Innings. The World Cup kicked off yesterday with a bang and now games come thick and fast. Today is the turn of West Indies and Pakistan as they go head to head at Trent Bridge. These teams are generally very good when it comes to the big tournaments although they both come into this World Cup as underdogs. This is when they both play at their best.Out in the middle West Indies have won the toss and chosen to bowl first with overcast conditions around. Evin Lewis is not fit so he misses out while Pakistan have chosen both Mohammad Amir and Wahab Riaz to go along with Hassan Ali.
-1.0
Start of Innings. The World Cup kicked off yesterday with a bang and now games come thick and fast. Today is the turn of West Indies and Pakistan as they go head to head at Trent Bridge. These teams are generally very good when it comes to the big tournaments although they both come into this World Cup as underdogs. This is when they both play at their best.Out in the middle West Indies have won the toss and chosen to bowl first with overcast conditions around. Evin Lewis is not fit so he misses out while Pakistan have chosen both Mohammad Amir and Wahab Riaz to go along with Hassan Ali.
-1.0
West Indies won the toss and elected to bowl.
-1.0
Teams will be announced at the toss
In over# 14
Runs : 12 Bowler: Wahab Riaz Wickets : 0
Over 14. 12 runs. Bowler: Wahab Riaz. West Indies: 3-108(rr 7.71)
13.4
6
SIX! Wahab Riaz to Nicholas Pooran. Short, outside off stump backing away pulling, well timed in the air under control over deep mid wicket for 6 runs. Finished in fine style. Backing away and giving himself space to clear the arms and the boundary.West Indies have run away as winners in a very one-sided match. Chasing down 105 was never going to be difficult and once Chris Gayle got going the match was over. His 50 from 34 along with Pooran's 34 from 19 were the bright points in the innings and they gave the spectators plenty of things to cheer about.With such a big loss Pakistan will have to regroup and come out firing on Monday against England, who they just lost to 4-0.
13.3
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Wahab Riaz to Nicholas Pooran. Leg cutter back of a length, outside off stump on the front foot Slog, missed to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Ahmed.
13.2
4
FOUR! Wahab Riaz to Nicholas Pooran. Back of a length, outside off stump backing away cutting, top edge in the air uncontrolled past third man for 4 runs. Slashed down to third man once again. So many runs have come in that region in this innings.
13.1
1
Wahab Riaz to Shimron Hetmyer. Full toss, to leg backing away driving, inside edge to fine leg for 1 run, fielded by Ali.
13.1
1
Wide Wahab Riaz to Shimron Hetmyer. Short, outside off stump backing away Leave, Left to wicketkeeper for 1 run, fielded by Ahmed.
In over# 13
Runs : 5 Bowler: Hassan Ali Wickets : 0
Over 13. 5 runs. Bowler: Hassan Ali. West Indies: 3-96(rr 7.38)
12.6
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Hassan Ali to Nicholas Pooran. Back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot dropped, to short extra cover for no runs, fielded by ul-Haq.
12.5
1
Hassan Ali to Shimron Hetmyer. Short, outside off stump on the back foot pulling, top edge in the air uncontrolled to fine leg for 1 run, fielded by Wasim.
12.4
2
Hassan Ali to Shimron Hetmyer. Half volley, outside off stump on the front foot working, to deep backward square leg for 2 runs, fielded by Wasim.
12.3
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Hassan Ali to Shimron Hetmyer. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot defending, to extra cover for no runs, fielded by ul-Haq.
12.2
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Hassan Ali to Shimron Hetmyer. Short, outside off stump ducked Leave, Left to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Ahmed.
12.1
2
Hassan Ali to Shimron Hetmyer. Back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot working, to backward square leg for 2 runs, fielded by Zaman.
In over# 12
Runs : 14 Bowler: Wahab Riaz Wickets : 0
Over 12. 14 runs. Bowler: Wahab Riaz. West Indies: 3-91(rr 7.58)
11.6
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Wahab Riaz to Nicholas Pooran. Back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot Steer, to point for no runs, fielded by Khan.
11.5
2
Wahab Riaz to Nicholas Pooran. Short, outside off stump on the back foot hooking, top edge in the air uncontrolled to deep backward square leg for 2 runs, fielded by Hafeez.
11.4
6
SIX! Wahab Riaz to Nicholas Pooran. Short, outside off stump on the back foot pulling, well timed in the air under control over long on for 6 runs. Slapped with force back down the ground. Very difficult shot to pull off but Pooran make it look so simple.
11.3
4
FOUR! Wahab Riaz to Nicholas Pooran. Back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot Steer, outside edge in the air uncontrolled past third man for 4 runs. Chances are coming but so are the boundaries. Flashed over the slips and into the third man fence.
11.2
1
Wahab Riaz to Shimron Hetmyer. Short, outside off stump on the back foot hooking, top edge in the air uncontrolled to deep square leg for 1 run, dropped catch by ul-Haq.
11.1
1
Wahab Riaz to Nicholas Pooran. Short, outside off stump on the back foot pulling, to deep mid wicket for 1 run, fielded by ul-Haq.
In over# 11
Runs : 6 Bowler: Mohammad Amir Wickets : 1
Over 11. 6 runs. Bowler: Mohammad Amir. West Indies: 3-77(rr 7.00)
10.6
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Mohammad Amir to Shimron Hetmyer. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot defending, to mid off for no runs, fielded by Hafeez.
10.5
W
OUT! Caught. Mohammad Amir to Chris Gayle. Off cutter back of a length, outside off stump backing away Slog, top edge in the air uncontrolled to backward point, by Khan. Pakistan are not going down without a fight. Amir takes a third wicket and the big one of Chris Gayle for 50. Deceived by a good change of pace while the off cutter bounced a little more and found the top edge. Easy stuff for backward point.
10.4
1
Mohammad Amir to Nicholas Pooran. Length ball, outside off stump on the back foot Steer, outside edge to third man for 1 run, run save by Riaz.
10.3
4
FOUR! Mohammad Amir to Nicholas Pooran. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot driving, well timed past deep point for 4 runs. Hammered with disdain to the fence. Brilliant sound off the bat and Pooran holds the pose for the cameras.
10.2
1
Mohammad Amir to Chris Gayle. Length ball, middle stump on the back foot working, to fine leg for 1 run, fielded by Wasim.
10.1
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Mohammad Amir to Chris Gayle. Short, outside off stump ducked Leave, Left to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Ahmed.
In over# 10
Runs : 15 Bowler: Wahab Riaz Wickets : 0
Over 10. Power Play Fielding. 15 runs. Bowler: Wahab Riaz. West Indies: 2-71(rr 7.10)
9.6
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Wahab Riaz to Nicholas Pooran. Seaming away back of a length, outside off stump on the front foot driving, missed to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Ahmed.
9.5
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Wahab Riaz to Nicholas Pooran. Seaming away length ball, outside off stump on the back foot Steer, missed to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Ahmed.
9.4
1
Wahab Riaz to Chris Gayle. Full toss, down leg side on the back foot working, hit pad to short mid wicket for 1 run, fielded by Ali.
9.3
4
FOUR! Wahab Riaz to Chris Gayle. Leg cutter short, outside off stump backing away pulling, well timed in the air under control past deep mid wicket for 4 runs. Back to peppering the legside boundary. Short, slow and sat up asking to be put away.
9.2
4
FOUR! Wahab Riaz to Chris Gayle. Back of a length, middle stump backing away cutting, well timed in the air under control past deep point for 4 runs. Incredible piece of hitting. Giving himself plenty of room and even though Wahab followed him he had the presence of mind to slice the ball over the top.
9.1
6
SIX! Wahab Riaz to Chris Gayle. Back of a length, outside off stump backing away driving, well timed in the air under control over long off for 6 runs. Lifted back over the bowler. Gayle knows he is going to receive some short stuff and he's ready for it.
In over# 9
Runs : 8 Bowler: Mohammad Amir Wickets : 0
Over 9. Power Play Fielding. 8 runs. Bowler: Mohammad Amir. West Indies: 2-56(rr 6.22)
8.6
1
Mohammad Amir to Chris Gayle. Back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot driving, to mid off for 1 run, fielded by Azam.
8.5
1
Mohammad Amir to Nicholas Pooran. Length ball, outside off stump on the back foot Steer, outside edge in the air uncontrolled to third man for 1 run, fielded by Ali.
8.4
4
FOUR! Mohammad Amir to Nicholas Pooran. Short, outside off stump on the back foot hooking, well timed past deep mid wicket for 4 runs. Got on top of the bounce and found the large open space on the legside. We've seen plenty of short balls today and that was played with ease.
8.3
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Mohammad Amir to Nicholas Pooran. Back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot defending, inside edge to second slip for no runs, fielded by Azam.
8.2
1
Mohammad Amir to Chris Gayle. Back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot driving, to mid off for 1 run, fielded by Azam.
8.1
1
Mohammad Amir to Nicholas Pooran. Length ball, off stump on the front foot working, hit pad to fine leg for 1 run, fielded by Wasim.
In over# 8
Runs : 0 Bowler: Wahab Riaz Wickets : 0
Over 8. Power Play Fielding. no runs. Bowler: Wahab Riaz. West Indies: 2-48(rr 6.00)
7.6
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Wahab Riaz to Chris Gayle. Short, outside off stump swayed away Leave, Left to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Ahmed.
7.5
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Wahab Riaz to Chris Gayle. Full toss, middle stump on the back foot defending, to mid on for no runs, fielded by Ali.
7.4
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Wahab Riaz to Chris Gayle. Leg cutter short, outside off stump backing away pulling, missed to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Ahmed.
7.3
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Wahab Riaz to Chris Gayle. Short, outside off stump swayed away Leave, Left to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Ahmed.
7.2
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Wahab Riaz to Chris Gayle. Length ball, middle stump moves in front pulling, hit pad to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Ahmed.
7.1
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Wahab Riaz to Chris Gayle. Back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot working, to mid on for no runs, fielded by Ali.
In over# 7
Runs : 2 Bowler: Mohammad Amir Wickets : 1
Over 7. Power Play Fielding. 2 runs. Bowler: Mohammad Amir. West Indies: 2-48(rr 6.86)
6.6
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Mohammad Amir to Nicholas Pooran. Length ball, outside off stump on the back foot defending, back to bowler for no runs, fielded by Amir.
6.5
1
Mohammad Amir to Chris Gayle. Length ball, outside off stump on the back foot working, hit pad to short fine leg for 1 run, fielded by Zaman.
6.4
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Mohammad Amir to Chris Gayle. Length ball, outside off stump on the back foot defending, to cover for no runs, fielded by Wasim.
6.3
1
Mohammad Amir to Nicholas Pooran. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot working, to fine leg for 1 run, fielded by Riaz.
6.2
W
OUT! Caught. Mohammad Amir to Darren Bravo. Back of a length, outside off stump on the front foot defending, outside edge to second slip, by Azam. Strange shot with Bravo in two minds whether to play or leave. In the end he left his bat hanging outside the off stump and offered catching practice to Babar at second slip.
6.1
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Mohammad Amir to Darren Bravo. Back of a length, outside off stump on the front foot dropped, to point for no runs, fielded by Khan.
In over# 6
Runs : 8 Bowler: Hassan Ali Wickets : 0
Over 6. Power Play Fielding. 8 runs. Bowler: Hassan Ali. West Indies: 1-46(rr 7.67)
5.6
4
FOUR! Hassan Ali to Chris Gayle. Short, outside off stump on the back foot pulling, well timed in the air under control past deep mid wicket for 4 runs. Set up like a baseball player ready to swat the ball to the fence. This is Gayle in form.
5.5
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Hassan Ali to Chris Gayle. Off cutter length ball, outside off stump on the front foot defending, outside edge to first slip for no runs, fielded by Sohail.
5.4
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Hassan Ali to Chris Gayle. Off cutter length ball, outside off stump backing away pushing, back to bowler for no runs, fielded by Ali.
5.3
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Hassan Ali to Chris Gayle. Half volley, middle stump on the front foot working, mis-timed to mid on for no runs, fielded by Azam.
5.2
4
FOUR! Hassan Ali to Chris Gayle. Length ball, outside off stump on the back foot cutting, top edge in the air uncontrolled past third man for 4 runs. Close to cut which is why the edge was found. Luckily for Gayle third man was inside the ring.
5.1
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Hassan Ali to Chris Gayle. Full toss, outside off stump on the front foot driving, for no runs, fielded by Wasim.
In over# 5
Runs : 6 Bowler: Mohammad Amir Wickets : 1
Over 5. Power Play Fielding. 6 runs. Bowler: Mohammad Amir. West Indies: 1-38(rr 7.60)
4.6
.
Mohammad Amir to Darren Bravo. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot working, to square leg for no runs, shy attempt by Zaman.
4.5
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Mohammad Amir to Darren Bravo. Back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot dropped, to point for no runs, fielded by Khan.
4.5
1
Wide Mohammad Amir to Darren Bravo. Short, outside off stump ducked Leave, Left to wicketkeeper for 1 run, fielded by Ahmed.
4.4
1
Mohammad Amir to Chris Gayle. Slower length ball, outside off stump on the front foot working, to deep mid wicket for 1 run, fielded by Zaman.
4.3
W
OUT! Caught. Mohammad Amir to Shai Hope. Length ball, down leg side on the front foot driving, mis-timed in the air uncontrolled to deep extra cover, by Hafeez. Got him this time. Plenty of opportunities given for the drive but it was the length which was key. Not full enough to keep on the floor and it was a slice up into the air towards Hafeez. A very good catch in these blustery conditions.
4.2
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Mohammad Amir to Shai Hope. Off cutter length ball, to leg on the front foot Steer, to first slip for no runs, fielded by Sohail.
4.1
4
FOUR! Mohammad Amir to Shai Hope. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot driving, well timed in the air under control past deep extra cover for 4 runs. Positive lofted cover drive which has come out of the screws. Hope makes batting look so easy when in full flow.
In over# 4
Runs : 16 Bowler: Hassan Ali Wickets : 0
Over 4. Power Play Fielding. 16 runs. Bowler: Hassan Ali. West Indies: 0-32(rr 8.00)
3.6
1
Hassan Ali to Shai Hope. Short, outside off stump on the back foot pulling, in the air under control to deep square leg for 1 run, fielded by Zaman.
3.5
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Hassan Ali to Shai Hope. Short, outside off stump ducked Leave, Left to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Ahmed.
3.4
1
Hassan Ali to Chris Gayle. Off cutter length ball, outside off stump backing away Slog, mis-timed in the air uncontrolled to deep mid wicket for 1 run, fielded by ul-Haq.
3.3
6
SIX! Hassan Ali to Chris Gayle. Length ball, down leg side backing away driving, well timed in the air under control over long off for 6 runs. Smacked back down the ground to make it consecutive sixes. Minimal footwork except to clear the front leg and make himself some room.
3.2
6
SIX! Hassan Ali to Chris Gayle. Off cutter length ball, down leg side on the back foot Slog, well timed in the air under control over long on for 6 runs. This was right out of the sweet spot. Probably not the best time to bowl a slower ball as Gayle picked it straight away.
3.1
2
Hassan Ali to Chris Gayle. Length ball, down leg side backing away Slog, mis-timed in the air uncontrolled to deep mid wicket for 2 runs, fielded by Hafeez.
In over# 3
Runs : 4 Bowler: Mohammad Amir Wickets : 0
Over 3. Power Play Fielding. 4 runs. Bowler: Mohammad Amir. West Indies: 0-16(rr 5.33)
2.6
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Mohammad Amir to Shai Hope. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot driving, missed to wicketkeeper for no runs, fielded by Ahmed.
2.5
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Mohammad Amir to Shai Hope. Length ball, down leg side on the back foot working, mis-timed in the air uncontrolled to mid on for no runs, fielded by Riaz.
2.4
2
Mohammad Amir to Shai Hope. Short, down leg side on the back foot pulling, mis-timed in the air uncontrolled to deep mid wicket for 2 runs, fielded by ul-Haq.
2.3
.
Mohammad Amir to Shai Hope. Length ball, to leg on the front foot driving, to cover for no runs, mis-fielded by Azam, fielded by Zaman.
2.2
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Mohammad Amir to Shai Hope. Length ball, down leg side on the back foot defending, to short extra cover for no runs, fielded by Azam.
2.1
2
Mohammad Amir to Shai Hope. Length ball, off stump on the front foot driving, to deep extra cover for 2 runs, fielded by Hafeez.
In over# 2
Runs : 10 Bowler: Hassan Ali Wickets : 0
Over 2. Power Play Fielding. 10 runs. Bowler: Hassan Ali. West Indies: 0-12(rr 6.00)
1.6
.
APPEAL! Hassan Ali to Chris Gayle. Length ball, down leg side on the front foot flick, hit pad to point for no runs, fielded by ul-Haq, appeal made for L.B.W. Not much going for this. Pitched outside and might not have even hit the stumps.
1.5
4
FOUR! Hassan Ali to Chris Gayle. Length ball, middle stump backing away driving, outside edge in the air uncontrolled past third man for 4 runs. Four more and once again it's off an edge. Gayle is living a charmed life.
1.4
4
FOUR! Hassan Ali to Chris Gayle. Short, down leg side on the back foot pulling, top edge in the air uncontrolled past fine leg for 4 runs. Over the keeper and away to the fence. Chris Gayle opens his boundary account, although it wasn't the most fluent.
1.3
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Hassan Ali to Chris Gayle. Full toss, off stump on the front foot defending, to mid off for no runs, fielded by Wasim.
1.2
1
Hassan Ali to Shai Hope. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot Steer, to third man for 1 run, fielded by Riaz.
1.2
1
Wide Hassan Ali to Shai Hope. Length ball, outside off stump on the back foot glancing, Play and Miss (Leg Side) to leg slip for 1 run, fielded by Ahmed, fielded by Sohail.
1.1
.
NEW BALL. Hassan Ali to Shai Hope. Half volley, outside off stump on the front foot pushing, to mid on for no runs, fielded by Wasim.
In over# 1
Runs : 2 Bowler: Mohammad Amir Wickets : 0
Over 1. Power Play Fielding. 2 runs. Bowler: Mohammad Amir. West Indies: 0-2(rr 2.00)
0.6
1
Mohammad Amir to Shai Hope. Length ball, down leg side on the back foot flick, to fine leg for 1 run, fielded by Ali.
0.5
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Mohammad Amir to Shai Hope. Length ball, off stump on the front foot driving, to extra cover for no runs, fielded by Zaman.
0.4
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Mohammad Amir to Shai Hope. Length ball, middle stump on the front foot driving, to mid off for no runs, fielded by Hafeez.
0.3
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Mohammad Amir to Shai Hope. Length ball, down leg side on the back foot working, to short mid wicket for no runs, fielded by ul-Haq.
0.2
1
Mohammad Amir to Chris Gayle. Length ball, outside off stump on the front foot defending, to short mid wicket for 1 run, direct hit by Zaman.
.
NEW BALL. Mohammad Amir to Chris Gayle. Length ball, outside off stump on the back foot defending, to silly mid on for no runs, fielded by Amir.
0.1
Start of West Indies Innings.

Imam ul-Haq

2 (11)

16(18)

Fakhar Zaman

14 (7)

Fakhar Zaman

8 (9)

18(17)

Babar Azam

10 (8)

Babar Azam

2 (12)

10(23)

Haris Sohail

8 (11)

Babar Azam

10 (13)

17(21)

Sarfaraz Ahmed

7 (8)

Sarfaraz Ahmed

1 (4)

12(18)

Mohammad Hafeez

11 (14)

Mohammad Hafeez

1 (2)

2(5)

Imad Wasim

1 (3)

Mohammad Hafeez

1 (2)

1(3)

Shadab Khan

0 (1)

Mohammad Hafeez

2 (2)

3(6)

Hassan Ali

1 (4)

Mohammad Hafeez

1 (4)

2(6)

Wahab Riaz

1 (2)

Wahab Riaz

17 (9)

20(15)

Mohammad Amir

3 (6)

Chris Gayle

24 (10)

35(27)

Shai Hope

11 (17)

Chris Gayle

9 (7)

9(11)

Darren Bravo

0 (4)

Chris Gayle

17 (17)

28(27)

Nicholas Pooran

11 (10)

Nicholas Pooran

23 (9)

30(17)

Shimron Hetmyer

7 (8)

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PAK vs ENG Series recap

ENGLAND vs PAKISTAN SERIES RECAP

PAK VS ENG AND SERIES COMPLETE SUMMARY

A scheduled tour of Pakistan cricket team to England comes to an end, not with the desirable results for the Pakistan cricket team but for the England cricket team, it couldn’t be any better right before entering into the ODI world cup. The tour was scheduled from 5th of May to 19th of May 2019. Series comprised of only one Twenty 20 (T20) and five One day Internationals (ODIs).

Before the actual series Pak vs Eng, there were three warm-up matches of the Pakistan cricket team with club teams of England for the practice purpose.

THE WARM-UP MATCH:

Pakistan vs Kent County

The first warm-up match was between Pakistan cricket team and Kent county cricket club in which Pakistan scored 358-7 in 50 overs, which in return Kent county cricket club able to scored only 258 and bowled out in 44.1 overs. The match was played on 27th of April 2019 at Beckenham. Imad Wasim was the hero of that match scored 117 of just 78 balls alongside Fakhar Zaman and Harris Sohail’s 50s.

SCORECARD SUMMARY:

PAKISTAN 358-7 (50 overs)
Imad Wasim                                                   117*(78) Imran Qayyum                                               4/45(10)
Fakhar Zaman                                                    76(59) S Snater                                                           1/68(10)
KENT 258 (44.1 overs)
AJ Blake                                                               89(48) Yasir Shah                                                       3/90(10)
OG Robinson                                                      49(76) Faheem Ashraf                                                 2/16(5)

THE SECOND WARM-UP MATCH:

Pakistan vs Northampton shire

The second warm-up match was played between the Pakistan Cricket team and Northamptonshire cricket club on  29th of April 2019 at the Northampton cricket ground where Northamptonshire scored 273-6 in their 50 overs which was very comfortably chase by Pakistan cricket team in just 41 overs and won by 8 wickets. Fakhar Zaman was brilliant from the bat scored fantastic 101, alongside Imam Ul Haq who scored eye-catching 71.

SCORE CARD SUMMARY:

NORTHAMPTONSHIRE 273-6 (50 overs)
JJ Cobb                                                          146*(145) Harris Sohail                                                     1/18(5)
BA Hutton                                                         27*(32) Mohammad Hasnain                                      1/30(7)
PAKISTAN 275-2 (41 overs)
Fakhar Zaman                                                  101(81) NL Buck                                                             1/52(7)
Imam Ul Haq                                                      71(79) IG Holland                                                         1/57(8)

THE THIRD WARM-UP MATCH:

Pakistan vs Leicester shire

The third warm-up match was played between Pakistan cricket team and Leicestershire cricket club on the 1st of May 2019 at Leicester cricket ground where Pakistan scored 200-6 in 20 overs. Leicestershire in return failed to chase the target and only able to score 142 and bowled out in 19.2 overs with 4 balls remaining. Babar Azam was amazing with the bat this time scored 101 on just 63 balls alongside Fakhar Zaman scored 52 of just 30 balls.

SCORE CARD SUMMARY:

PAKISTAN 200-6 (20 overs)
Babar Azam                                                      101(63) D Klein                                                               2/31(4)
Fakhar Zaman                                                    52(30) BWM Mike                                                        3/38(4)
LEICESTERSHIRE 142 (19.2 overs)
CF Parkinson                                                      27(22) Imad Wasim                                                     2/19(4)
BWM Mike                                                         37(26) Shaheen Shah Afridi                                    2/12(2.2)

PAK VS ENG FIRST T20 MATCH:

The first t20 of the scheduled tour between Pakistan and England was on the 5th of May 2019 at Cardiff where Pakistan scored 173-6 in 20 overs with the help of Harris and Babar’s fifties. England in return chase this total very easily with 4 balls remaining and won by 7 wickets with the help of destructive batting of captain Eoin Morgan who scored 57 of just 29 balls.

SCORE CARD SUMMARY:

PAKISTAN 173-6 (20 overs)
Harris Sohail                                                       50(36) TK Curran                                                          1/28(4)
Babar Azam                                                        65(42) JC Archer                                                           2/29(4)
ENGLAND 175-3 (19.2 overs)
EJG Morgan                                                      57*(29) Imad Wasim                                                     1/24(4)
JE Root                                                                47(42) Shaheen Shah Afridi                                        1/35(4)

PAK VS ENG FIRST (1st) ODI :

The first one day international between Pakistan and England was abandoned due to rain. The match was scheduled on 8th of May 2019 at Oval, London. The match was disturbed twice after that rains start heavily which causes abandoned of the match.

PAK VS ENG SECOND (2nd) ODI:

Second one day international between Pakistan and England was scheduled on 11th of May 2019 at Southampton where England set up a mammoth total of 373-3 in 50 overs with the help of demolishing batting off Jos Buttler who scored 110 of just 55 balls at a strike rate of 200. Pakistan in return played well but fall just 12 runs short of the target, score 361-7 in 50 overs, where Fakhar Zaman scored Brilliant 138 of 106 balls.

SCORE CARD SUMMARY:

ENGLAND 373-3 (50 overs)
JC Buttler                                                        110*(55) Yasir Shah                                                         1/60(7)
JJ Roy                                                                   87(98) Shaheen Shah Afridi                                     1/80(10)
PAKISTAN 361-7 (50 overs)
Fakhar Zaman                                                138(106) LE Plunkett                                                        2/64(9)
Asif Ali                                                                 51(36) DJ Willey                                                         2/57(10)

PAK VS ENG THIRD (3rd) ODI:

The third one day international between Pakistan and England was scheduled on the 14th of May 2019 at Bristol, where Pakistan set a score of 358-9 in 50 overs in which imam contribute with his bat and scored a mind-blowing 151 of 131 balls. England opening pair was in the mood of demolishing the Pakistan bowling lineup and they did it perfectly. They comfortably chase a total of 358 in 44.5 overs and won the match by 6 wickets. Bairstow scored 128 of 93 balls.

SCORE CARD SUMMARY:

PAKISTAN 358-9 (50 overs)
Imam Ul Haq 151(131) CR Woakes                                                     4/67(10)
Asif Ali 52(43) TK Curran                                                        2/74(10)
ENGLAND 359-4 (50 overs)
JM Bairstow 128(93) Imad Wasim                                                     1/58(7)
JJ Roy 76(55) Junaid Khan                                                      1/57(8)

PAK VS ENG FOURTH (4th) ODI:

The fourth one day international between Pakistan and England was scheduled on the 17th of May 2019 at Nottingham, where Pakistan once again accomplished in setting up a total of more than 300. Pakistan cricket team scored 340-7 in 50 overs in which Babar Azam was dominating the Pakistan batting lineup with his Brilliant 115 of 112 balls. England once again put Pakistan bowling line in pressure from the very start of the innings and chase the target in 49.3 overs with 3 balls remaining and won by 3 wickets. Jason Roy was brilliant with the bat, scored 114 0f just 89 balls.

SCORE CARD SUMMARY:

PAKISTAN 340-7 (50 overs)
Babar Azam                                                    115(112) MA Wood                                                       2/71(10)
Mohammad Hafeez                                          59(55) TK Curran                                                        4/75(10)
ENGLAND 341-7 (50 overs)
JJ Roy                                                                 114(89) Imad Wasim                                                   2/62(10)
BA Stokes                                                          71*(64) Mohammad Hasnain                                    2/80(10)

PAK VS ENG FIFTH (5th) ODI:

The final one day international between Pakistan and England was scheduled on the 19th of May 2019 at Leeds, where England score another total of 300+ runs. With the help of Morgan and Root’s Fifties, England scored 351-9 on 50 overs. Pakistan starts of very bad, opening stand fails badly in this match, Pakistan only able to score 297 and bowled out in 4.5 overs and England won it comfortably by 54 runs. Chris Woakes was brilliant with the ball taking wicket haul for just 54 runs. England whitewashed Pakistan cricket team and entering the world cup with great momentum.

ENGLAND 351-9 (50 0vers)
JE Root                                                                84(73) Shaheen Shah Afridi                                     4/82(10)
EJG Morgan                                                        76(64) Imad Wasim                                                   3/53(10)
PAKISTAN 297 (46.5 overs)
Sarfaraz Ahmed                                                 97(80) CR Woakes                                                     5/54(10)
Babar Azam                                                        80(83) AU Rashid                                                      2/54(7.5)

SERIES OUTCOME: PAK vs ENG

PAKISTAN Team’s Performance and takeaways from the series:

THE BAD:

From Pakistan perspective, Pakistan doesn’t get the momentum they wanted before entering the world cup. This was the continuous 10th defeat of the Pakistan team which ultimately affect the team combination, the atmosphere of the dressing room and also the Psych of the players.

If we talk about practicing in the England conditions to be aware of the world cup conditions, it is well and good but if we talk about batting, bowling, and fielding, the Pakistan team was very down in all the departments of the cricket. They bowl very poorly, no early swing from the new ball, no reverse swing later with the old ball, no variations seen from Pakistani bowlers, Yorkers were also missing in the dead overs from Pakistani bowlers.
Pakistan raised its fielding standards in recent past but in this series, fielding was below the standard and fitness was also an issue in this series.

THE GOODS:

not so much good to account for from this series however, In batting there are few positive points for Pakistan team, openers are very much in form which is the good sign for Pakistan team, middle order works properly, but there was always a hard hitter missing in the lower order which could take up the momentum towards the end and help the team in setting up a huge and Asif Ali filled this spot for Pakistan also plunging his way into the World cup squad.

As a sum up, Pakistan team need a lot of hard work in all department of cricket to make a strong comeback in the world cup as a champion. They have full knowledge of their weaknesses now and they are well aware of the conditions and what they will be up against in WorldCup 2019.

ENGLAND Team’s Performance and takeaways from the series:

All Looking Good for England Team:

If we look at the series from the England perspective, the series was full of positivity and ultimately ending up the series on a positive note always helps the teams to get crucial momentum. As this series was the final series of England before the world cup, England got the full benefit of the series, test their new young boys, tested their batting line, bowling line and their fitness too. Entering into the world cup with whitewashed a team in something every team is dreaming off. If we talk about batting, it outclassed Pakistan bowling line up. Openers are in such a great form, the middle order is like a great wall and the most important thing is that lower order can bat too which is a bonus point for the England team. If we look at bowling, England tests too many young bowlers like Curran and Archer who did their job fantastic and brilliantly well in this entire series. These young guys add some pace in the England bowling lineup with great accuracy. Fielding and fitness of English players are always up to the mark.

CONCLUSION:

If we sum up the entire situation, England is on the top of the entire series as well as on the top of favorites for the world cup by different analysts and by different legends of the cricket. They are so perfect in each department either it is batting, bowling or fielding.

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Shahid Afridi Book THE GAME CHANGER

SHAHID AFRIDI BOOK GAME CHANGER

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SHAHID AFRIDI

Shahid Afridi needs no introduction.”Boom Boom Afridi” has been Pakistani Star All-rounder famous for his blistering hitting of the cricket ball. On 4th October 1996, Shahid Afridi came into the cricketing world with a bang, Stunning the world with his exceptional and clean hitting scoring Fastest century in cricket history (100 on 36 balls).

He has many a time stunned the world with his epic hitting skills. Shahid Khan Afridi has his name written for many records in cricket including Most sixes by batsmen and most number of “Man of the Match Awards” however he has also been in the headlines for non-cricketing reasons as well over his 20 years of career.

Shahid Afridi retired from International Cricket (ODI Format) right after ICC WORLD CUP 2015, Since then he has been mostly busy with his NGO “Hope Not Out”. Shahid has recently written a book which has caught all the media attention and Shahid has been in the spotlight once again due to some cheeky things he mentioned within his biography. Shahid Afridi’s Book is rightfully titled ” GAME CHANGER” just the way he was.

THE GAME CHANGER

Shahid Afridi’s book game changer has revealed many controversial things including Team politics, Board politics and some of the players. Shahid Afridi.

KEY POINTS OF SHAHID AFRIDI’s BOOK “GAME CHANGER”

SHAHID AFRIDI’s BOOK IMPORTANT POINTS and REVIEW

  • Shahid very bluntly told his “ACTUAL AGE” every one from his book saying that he was indeed not 16 years of age on his debut instead he was 19 years old.
  • Shahid Afridi has initially written about his humble beginnings and initial childhood days.
  • Shahid also told us that he scored his first 36 ball Fastest century of the world with Sachin Tendulkar’s BAT! yes, that’s right. Sachin gave his bat to Waqar Younis to make him a similar bat from Sialkot and Waqar let Shahid play with the bat when he was going in to bat before that world record innings. No Wonder SACHIN TENDULKAR had an indirect secret hand in making Shahid a star he is today.
  • Then he spoke about the legendary players from Pakistan like Javaid Miandad, Waqar Younis, and Wasim Akram. For Javed Miandad, he used the word “Weak Human” and told a story when Afridi scored his first test century Miandad asked Afridi to give his performance credit to Javed in front of everyone. Similarly, about Waqar Younis, he says that he was a terrible Captain and a poor Coach as well. He did praise Wasim Akram referring his as his mentor. There is a lot more in the book to read about such stories and instances form Shahid Afridi’s life.
  • Shahid Afridi also discussed the dirty politics inside Pakistan Cricket and between players.
  • He also explained how he was a pure bowler and always meant to be a bowler but people made him batsmen and always expected sixes from his making him live in a confusion for all his career.
  • Shahid also discussed his party life before marriage and a little about his affairs and some funny stories related to it like once when he was impressed by a girl over phone and her voice was so lovely but when Shahid wanted to meet her and invited her in his home. it was a 14-year-old young boy and he felt embarrassed and he and his family met that young boy and spent the day with him.
  • Shahid also wrote about his political views. Shahid Wrote about Imran Khan, Praising him as a cricketer however he is of the view that Imran Khan’s party members aren’t competent enough to deliver.
  • Similarly, Shahid Afridi also discussed Bilawal Bhutto and Asif Ali Zardari and shared a story where Bilawal was used as a scapegoat by Zardari to force indulge Shahid into their political gatherings and rallies.
  • Shahid Afridi also expressed his views about Nawaz Shareef, He says that no matter what you think of Nawaz Shareef and he may well be involved in corruption and all but “HE KNOWS HOW TO DELIVER FOR PAKISTAN”. he compared cities and gave an example of developments in Lahore city of Punjab (Where Nawaz Shareef ruled) compared to Karachi and other cities.
  • He also expressed his views about Military establishment of Pakistan where he wrote that Military should stay away from the politics and why they keep interfering in the countries politics when there is no need of it and they should simply stick to their own job.

CONCLUSION

Overall its a fine book with some mistakes and some contradictions here and there, however, Shahid Afridi has exposed some hard realities of cricket and especially Pakistan Cricket which has taken the fans by storm and its a good read. Controversies like legendary players like Miandad, Waqar Younis, and others are there with the sad events of Spot Fixing and Afridi’s Role in It. Overall if you are a Shahid Afridi fan it’s a must-read for you.

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WHO is the BEST BOWLER IN CRICKET, TOP 5 Bowlers

TOP 5 BOWLERS OF ONE DAY CRICKET (ODIs)


In any field of expertise, we always look for the best in business, There are always some standout star performers which make that very particular field special, Cricket is no different. Cricket like any other sport has produced some of the finest stars who became global celebrities and influencers. Some of the players changed the whole image and structure of the game. They played and changed the way how people used to look at that sport. Sachin Tendulkar, Wasim Akram, Virat Kohli, Shahid Afridi, Shane Warne, Chris Gayle, Murlidharan, Sanath Jayasuriya, AB Devilliers, Shoaib Akhtar are a few to name here. If we take a look at any popular sports, for instance, Football, we talk about some top-ranking footballers like Ronaldo, Messi, etc. Here, we are talking about cricket and as you all know that Cricket World Cup is just around the corner, and just before this mega event, everyone especially analysts are looking closely with eagle eyes on top favorite teams for Worldcup 2019 and similarly top-ranked bowlers in ODI format and batsmen who played a key roles and are in prime form these days. ICC ranked the players on the basis of their recent performances, and this ranking matters a lot right now and Worldcup squads are getting selected and the final playing 11 for the World Cup will be decided on the recent forms for most teams if not all.

TOP 5 ODI BOWLERS

History of Cricket shows how strong bowling lineup and bowlers are the keys to success in major events like World Cup for the teams, and they always help teams to get over the line and play a major role in changing the balance of the match at any given moment towards their respective teams. Top bowlers always have some psychological impact on the batsmen, which ultimately benefit their teams. In recent history, we know how batsmen had to specially prepare to play wizard spinners like Saeed Ajmal and Muttaiya Murlidharan. Or how Batsmen around the world were troubled by the Great Sri Lankan SpICC ranked the bowlers according to their rules, regulations, and calculations depend on the recent performance of the bowlers. The top 5 ODI bowlers are:

RANK PLAYER NAME COUNTRY RATINGS
01 Jasprit Bumrah India 774
02 Trent Boult New Zealand 759
03 Rashid Khan Afghanistan 747
04 Imran Tahir South Africa 703
05 Kagiso Rabada South Africa 701
  •  JASPRIT BUMRAH

Jasprit Bumrah, a very well-known young gun of Indian bowling lineup, who made his ODI debut in 2018, wearing ODI shirt No. 93, is a 25-year-old pacer who did a splendid job with the ball after his debut and now he is the front man of Indian bowling lineup. He did a great job just within 2 years and able to grab the 1st rank in ICC ODI bowlers. Many doubted Bumrah ability in the start but his performances nullified all criticism and soon he became one of the finest in the trade beating most of his successors, Will he be the next Zaheer Khan of Indian cricket, or “Even Better” only time will tell, but for now he surely is the Worlds Best Bowler Jaspreet Bumrah.

JASPRIT BHUMRAH INDIA

  • TRENT BOULT

Trent Boult, a famous 30 years old New Zealander, who made his ODI debut in July 2012, wearing ODI shirt No. 18. He is the attacking bowler of New Zealand team since last few years. Trent Boult stormed into world cricket with his express quick Pace and soon became the eye candy of cricket fans around the world. This young pacer performs consistently from his side throughout past years which make him able to grab the 2nd rank in ICC ODI bowlers.

TRENT BOULT

  •  RASHID KHAN

Rashid Khan, The New Afghani sensation in world cricket is a very talented, hardworking, and aggressive leg break bowler from Afghanistan who made his ODI debut in October 2015, wearing ODI shirt No. 19.  He struggled early in his career but when he started, he never looked back and impress everyone through his performance. In this era, there are very few leg break bowlers who made their impact on the batsmen nut Rashid Khan did it very nicely and calmly. His struggle and his consistency make him able to grab the 3rd rank in ICC ODI bowlers.

RASHID KHAN BEST

  • IMRAN TAHIR

Imran Tahir, a Pakistani born South African Cricketer who bowl leg break googlies, who made his ODI debut in February 2011, wearing ODI shirt No. 99. He is very famous for his celebration style and also for his googlies. This 40-year-old veteran bowler plays a vital role in some of the major victories of South Africa in the past few years. His googlies left a sense of fear in the batsmen and because of this, he grabs 4th rank in ICC ODI bowler.

IMRAN TAHIR

  •  KAGISO RABADA

Kagiso Rabada, The deadliest pacer Produced by South Africa after Dale Steyn, who made his ODI debut in July 2015, wearing ODI shirt No. 25. He is just 23 years old but he already made his impact in the cricket world by his pace, accuracy and lethal bowling. He was accomplished in making his deadliest impact very early in his career, took so many wickets and threaten the batsmen in this modern Era of batting where there are very few opportunities for the bowler. His deadliest bowling and his accuracy make him able to grab 5th rank in ICC ODI bowler.

RABADA of South AFRICA

CONCLUSION

In Modern cricket, a Team just cannot win the match with a sharp batting lineup only, to be the best teams need a strong and consistent bowling lineup that can give the desired result consistently at the top level. The bowlers who are ranking at the top are not just the good bowlers they are the key players of their teams and certainly match winners, With ICC Worldcup 2019 coming to these top bowlers and their bowling forms have become far too important to ignore. These top 5 can demolish batting lineup and create troubles for the very finest batsmen. Team India, South Africa, and Newzeland certainly have an edge in the field with the top bowlers in their teams. however only time will tell if these top bowlers will convert their good form into a world cup winning one in next month however all we can do is just watch and hope for the best.

Australia vs Pakistan, Aus wins series 5-0

Pakistan WhiteWashed by Australia in the UAE. (PAK vs AUS)

Finch’s Australian team keeps on surprising with their jubilant performances against teams like India and now Pakistan on their Home Grounds. Australia wins the series in UAE and defeated Pakistan by 5-0.

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Looks like Pakistan Cricket team was totally clueless in this last crucial series just before the ICC World Cup 2019 and tried pretty much everything from regularly changing Playing XI to changing Captains however nothing seemed to work for them and a disappointing Whitewash was served by Australia to the Men in Green. One can say Pakistan tried a little too many newcomers during this series depicting their lack of seriousness to win the series. It obviously looked like they had no intentions of putting in their best Playing 11 or even put in their A game to win the series. Australia, on the other hand, were very clinical in their performances and players who performed in the previous series continued their good form in this series as well as they were already coming victorious and full of confidence from their Last successful tour of India, winning the series (INDIA vs AUSTRALIA) and beating India by 3-2.

Once again the Play was slow and old school from Pakistani Cricket team and the collapses were regular and frequent. Last Matches captain IMAD WASEEM also could not do anything about it and Pakistan eventually faced a sad end to the dead rubber series for them.

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Next Shoaib Akhtar

The Next Shoaib Akhtar is here

The Speed star “Shoaib Akhtar” has been the quickest bowler in world cricket since a long time but now there is someone new in town who can be the next Shoaib Akhtar. He is certainly QUICK. Well, the quickest in Pakistan.

Pakistan Cricket has been producing some amazing cricketing talent over the years. especially in the bowling department, Pakistan has produced some of the finest bowlers such as Imran Khan, Kadir Khan, Sarfraz Nawaz, Wasim Akram, Waqar Younis, Saqlain Mushtaq, Saeed Ajmal, Shoaib Akhtar, and many others. One special highlight of Pakistani bowlers is their unusual talents sometimes in the same of their bowling actions, sometimes they have an unusual “Dosra”, some invented “Reverse Swing” in death overs or some with an express bowling speed of (100mph) or 161.3kph. There is simply no denying that over the past 5 decades Pakistan has given some of the masters of a cricket ball to the world cricket. Whenever there will be a discussion on Pace bowling or speed of delivery one name will always pop up in your mind and that is the “Rawalpindi express” Shoaib Akhtar. He stunning the world with his super speed of delivering cricket ball and setting up a record of 162 kph which is yet to be broken. His career saw ups and downs featuring quite a few controversies as well but he surely had an impact on World cricket with his brutal fast pace bowling. Since Shoaib left the playing field in ICC World Cup 2011 under Shahid Afridi’s Captaincy.

Shoaib Akhtar’s Bowling stats.

While Akhtar was dubbed to be the coolest bad boy in Cricket he was also known for his fancy dressing and aggressive attitude just like his bowling. Some in the media also called him “DON OF CRICKET” due to his bad boy image which grew due to his style and the controversies he found him self in. Shoaib Akhtar will glow as a bright star in Pakistan cricket’s glorious history but he is part of the history now. so whats Next. Well recently during the PSL (Pakistan Super League), Pakistan’s own cricketing league featuring their raw cricketing talent. Quetta Gladiators played a special Player named Muhammad Hassnain. He came under spot light when he bowled some really fast stuff to the international players during his PSL matches.

SO WHO IS MOHAMMAD HUSNAIN?

Mohammad Husnain just 18 years of age played form Team “Quetta Gladiators” (QG) during PSL 2019 edition and stunned the cricket world by world at an express pace. He consistently bowls around 150 kph mark. With his express fast pace, he is able to trouble one of the finest batsmen in the circuit.

Husnain was bowling so quick in UAE that everyone was forced to think that if he could bowl so fast in such dry and dead conditions then how would he bowl in England conditions. Eyeing a future star in the form of Mohammad Husnain Pakistan Cricket Board decided picked him up for the next series against Australia and he was included into Pakistan’s ODI team straight away. With ICC Worldcup just around the corner, it is a good move on PCB behalf and may well be the defining moment of this youngster’s career. Though PSL and this Pakistan vs Australia Series is being played in UAE where pitches are not supportive of Pace bowling. Husnain has a tough castle to conquer in order to get himself included in WorldCup 2019 which is scheduled this year in England and Wales. It is always an added benefit of having someone in the dressing room who is capable of delivering bouncer at 150 clicks. Husnain is surely another positive Pakistan has taken out of their cricket League (PSL). Husnain has the pace needed but only time will tell what will he be able to create magic like the speed star Shoaib and match his persona and charisma on the field and off the field.

Is Virat kohli bad t20 captain?

Is Virat Kohli a bad T20 Captain? Rohit vs Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli is the name of the game when it comes to batting. He is simply a “Master” and has proven his class many times to the cricketing world. He has single handedly won some major games for Team India and his performance stats speaks for himself. Since MS Dhoni stepped down as a Captain he was the obvious choice for the Captain’s seat in the Indian cricket team. Over the years he has excelled in the art of Captaincy as well and has widely impressed with his captaining skills as well. His ODI captaincy has been positive but has delivered fairly good results. However, these days he and his captaincy issues is the talk of the town. Why? lets check it out.

Virat Kohli as a Batsmen:

Virat Kohli Stats:

Virat Kohli as a T20 Captain.

The graphic above says it all. Virat Kholi has the worst stats as a T20 captain. Virat Kholi has captained 22 matches and won only 12 with a Win Percentage of 57.14%. that is probably one of the reasons that India with such a formidable side is still behind Pakistan (relatively a young side) in ICC T20 Team Rankings. If you see the Wiki of Virat Kholi there will be a huge list of Records as a captain but one thing you will notice there is that there is no such record in T20 format, all those records are in ODI or Test Cricket.

VIRAT KOHLI as Captain in IPL (Indian premier League)

Is Virat Kohli the worst ever captain in IPL?

Virat Kohli captains Royal Challengers Banglore (RCB). So far it hasn’t been a good run for RCB with Virat Kohli as the Captain. In 2018 edition RCB was ranked as second last in the points table with just 4 points in the winning column. That is perhaps the darkest dip RCB saw. In this season of 2019, The start is yet again not so bright for the Men in Red as they already have lost their two matches and the matches were fairly one-sided as well. Take a look at the captaincy of Kohli if we widen the number of matches played. Virat has a win percentage of only 47% that is slightly above Ajinkya Rahane who has captained a few matches only.

There has been recent controversy regarding Gautam Gambhir’s Comments on Virat Kohli’s Captaincy when he said.

“Virat Kohli is extremely Lucky that Royal Challengers Banglore (RCB) still stuck with him as Captain.”

Gautam Gambhir on Virat as RCB Captain

On Another Occasion he said

“I don’t feel that he is a Sharp captain. I don’t see him as a captain with sharp tactics. And he hasn’t won the IPL yet. So I think, if the record is good the captain is good,”


Gambhir had said.
Gautam Ghambir about VK
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Player Win %age
Kane Williamson75
R Aswhin71.42
MS Dhoni59.06
Rohit Sharma57.92
Gautam Gambhir55.42
Dinesh Karthik42.85
Ajinkya Rahane37.5
Is ROHIT SHARMA Better than VIRAT KOHLI?

Is Rohit Sharma a better captain than Virat Kohli, Well this is a million dollar question but if you dig deep and analyze with neutrality then you will come to know that Both have Captained Team India in T20s and Both have Won 12 Matches each BUT! Rohit has won 12 in only 15 Matches and lost only 3 whereas Virat has won 12 in 22 Matches with a poor average of 57% (in comparison). Rohit Sharma with his calm and cool head in a pressure situation is perhaps more suitable and has a calming effect on the nerves of a team than the expressive Virat who is more vibrant and emotionally involved in the game. Besides everything simply the Stats are enough to determine that Rohit Sharma is better in captaincy, He has won IPL title Three Times, MS Dhoni has also won it 3 Times and then there is Virat Kohli’s RCB not in the top 5. Eventually the change of Captaincy is inevitable in T20s for India, Only time will tell if India is going to persist with 57% Win Percentage and retain Kholi and also RCB retains Virat Kohli or things are going to shift and the HITMAN will be given the charge to shine as the new captain of Team INDIA.

ROHIT SHARMA STATS:
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Ashwin Mankads buttler but WHY?

THE BIG CONTROVERSY! Ravichandran Ashwin “Mankad” Buttler but WHY?

Jos Buttler was “Mankad” during yesterdays IPL Match between Rajasthan Royals and Kings XI Punjab. R Ashwin stopped during his runup seeing Buttler advancing from the non-striker’s crease. He stopped and took the bails appealing to the umpires and was later given OUT!

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The decision was referred to the third umpires and at the end of it, Buttler was given out as per the Game Rules. Certainly, Jos Buttler was not so happy about it when he was given out in such fashion. this also sparked controversy amongst the fans and game Gurus on the legitimacy of the appeal and the ethical side of this whole event. many think that it was against the spirit of the game and Ravi Ashwin had no intention of delivering the ball and hence the ball should be dead. Many former Cricket Players came out and expressed their views on this crazy controversy. Most of the international Cricket stars criticized Ravichandran Ashwin his actions and role in the proceedings. Share Warne has expressed that He is “Disappointed in R Ashwin as a Captain & as a Person”
Eion Morgan Also expressed similar thoughts that it was probably not the right thing to do on Ashwin’s end. None the less what’s done is done but one thing is for sure it didn’t set a good example to the youngsters getting to know the spirit of the game. There is a reason why Cricket is called “Gentlemen’s Game”. However, it is entirely up to the fans to decide. express your views in the comments and tell us if it was the right thing to do.

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