West Indies vs Pakistan ICC World T20 2014 Group 2 Match 32: Pakistan lose openers for duck; score 11/3 in 5 overs
Ahmed Shehzad, Kamran Akmal gone without scoring in chase of 167.
Ahmed Shehzad © Getty Images (File Photo)
Apr 1, 2014
Pakistan have wobbled early in their run-chase of 167 against West Indies in their ICC World T20 2014 game at Mirpur. This is a must-win game for both sides as the winner of this game would go through to the semi-final. They are 11 for three in five overs.
Krishmar Santokie started things off by trapping Ahmed Shehzad plumb in front off the first ball of the innings. The ball was yorker length and swung in, trapping Shehzad on the toes. And, then in the second over, Kamran Akmal was out caught behind when he edged one off Samuel Badree. Umar Akmal was then stumped in the fourth over off Badree’s bowling.
This is a tough start for Pakistan and now they have Mohammad Hafeez and Shoaib Malik in the centre. Earlier, West Indies were having a tough time during their innings. But then, Darren Sammy amd Dwayne Bravo blazed away to help West Indies score 166.
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