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West Indies vs Pakistan, 2nd ODI, Pakistan tour of West Indies 2013


West Indies won by 37 runs | West Indies Vs Pakistan Live Score, 2nd ODI

So that concludes proceedings from us on this game. Join us back on Friday for the 3rd ODI between these two sides. Take care! Bye!
Narine (Man of the Match): 'I think I just had to give it my all. That's the most I do. Don't get down and dont worry. Just continue to do the basics and you will get back on track. The surface suited me, it was not easy for strokeplay. The finger has healed 90% and hopefully we will do in the next game.'
Dwayne Bravo: 'This win means a lot to us as a team. We needed this to get our confidence back. Charles and Darren did a fantastic job to steady the innings. It is not a 250 or a 260 wicket. Batting last on this surface is always a tricky one. Darren got to fifty which really helped us to post a good total. Narine had an off day in the previous game. Even Ajmal also has a bad day. Narine bounced back today and that shows why he is the No. 1 bowler. Congrats to Narine'
Misbah: 'I think it was a good total on this pitch which got slower and slower. Full credit to them for the way they bowled. We could not make use of the moisture that well. The team that batted well won the game. We needed set batsmen in the run chase and that didn't happen for us today. We have been winning games by chasing. This target could have been chased down. It was a difficult pitch and we played some bad shots.'
So West Indies have managed to square the series here with 3 games to go. This looks like a bat first pitch. Pakistan were victorious in the first game. West Indies made a decent score today and more importantly, they bowled really well upfront. Pakistan were never really allowed to be free. Nasir Jamshed was given 4 lives but he could not make the most of it. Umar Akmal was the only other successful batsman for the visitors. Narine was the pick of the bowlers and he strangled them with 4 wickets. In the end, West Indies have managed a comprehensive win. Stay tuned for the presentation.
47.5 Dwayne Bravo to Asad Ali W
out Caught by Pollard!! That's the game for West Indies. Full on the stumps, it was the change in pace again, Ali slogs across the line, doesn't connect properly and hits it straight to deep mid-wicket. Asad Ali c Pollard b Dwayne Bravo 2(10)
10 wickets down for PAK. Out batsman is Asad Ali. It is all over for PAK.
Mohammad Irfan, right handed bat, comes to the crease
47.4 Dwayne Bravo to Umar Akmal W
out Caught by Marlon Samuels!! Doesn't pick this slower delivery. It was on the stumps, Akmal looks to loft it over long off, he was into the shot a bit too early, ends up chipping it high in the air and it goes straight to the fielder at long off. Umar Akmal c Marlon Samuels b Dwayne Bravo 50(46) [4s-5 6s-1]
47.3 Dwayne Bravo to Umar Akmal 6
SIX, full delivery on the leg stump, Akmal clears his left foot out of the way and slogs across the line, it goes high in the air, Holder at deep square leg gets a hand on that but palms it for a maximum. 17th ODI fifty for Akmal
47.2 Dwayne Bravo to Umar Akmal 0
no run, change in pace again, Akmal taps it to cover-point
47.1 Dwayne Bravo to Umar Akmal 0
no run, slower ball comes from length, on the stumps, Akmal slogs and mistimes it to square leg
End of over 47, 13 runs (. 4 4 4 1 . )
PAK: 189/8
Asad Ali - 2(9) This over: 0 runs
Umar Akmal - 43(42) This over: 13 runs
Kieron Pollard
(6.0 - 0 - 34 - 1)
46.6 Kieron Pollard to Asad Ali 0
no run, beats Ali with a slower delivery and it just misses the leg stump
46.5 Kieron Pollard to Umar Akmal 1
1 run, change in pace again, Akmal pulls it to backward square leg
46.4 Kieron Pollard to Umar Akmal 4
FOUR, another slower ball from Pollard, it goes on the full, Akmal makes room and slices it past backward point and it races away to the third man fence
46.3 Kieron Pollard to Umar Akmal 4
FOUR, this is good improvisation from Akmal, walks across to this low full toss and scoops it to the fine leg fence

Match details

Toss : Pakistan won the toss and elected to field

Umpires : Nigel Llong (England) and Peter Nero (West Indies)

TV umpire : Paul Reiffel (Australia)

Match referee : David Boon (Australia)


West Indies : Chris Gayle, Johnson Charles(wk), Darren Bravo, Marlon Samuels, Lendl Simmons, Dwayne Bravo(c), Kieron Pollard, Darren Sammy, Kemar Roach, Sunil Narine, Jason Holder.

Pakistan : Nasir Jamshed, Ahmed Shehzad, Mohammad Hafeez, Misbah-ul-Haq(c), Asad Shafiq, Umar Akmal(wk), Shahid Afridi, Wahab Riaz, Saeed Ajmal, Asad Ali, Mohammad Irfan.

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