Shadab Khan concocted an allround execution on Sunday (June 12) to give Pakistan a pounding 53-run prevail upon West Indies in the last ODI. Accordingly, Pakistan finished the 3-0 cleansweep that gave them 30 World Cup Super League focuses.
West Indies made a quick beginning, scoring 24 off the initial three overs in the 270 pursue however they were soon under the siphon as debutant Shahnawaz Dahani broke the initial organization. Backbone Shai Hope didn’t keep going long either as Khushdil Shah’s incredible catch close to the limit gave West Indies an opening to take advantage of. For a side that generally battled with the bat in the last game, West Indies wound up battling at 69/4 with Mohammad Nawaz likewise getting the demonstration.
Each time the West Indies lower center request attempted to support an organization, Shadab struck to mark them further. Akeal Hosein provided West Indies with a promising sign following an engaging appearance. Hosein cleared the rope on six events to move to 60 yet with the other players disintegrating at the opposite end, West Indies couldn’t mount a late test and at last surrendered to a 53-run misfortune.
Prior in the day, Pakistan must be saved by Shadab who thought of a mindful thump to direct his side to 269/9 – a complete that was not even close to their sights at one phase. The hosts started off in great shape, adding 85 for the initial wicket. Fakhar Zaman, uniquely, had a sluggish and quiet beginning however the in-structure Imam-ul-Haq kept the scorecard ticking for Pakistan.
Notwithstanding, the presentation of twist from the two closures hampered their advancement and the wicket to break the initial stand came from an improbable source. Pooran had never picked a wicket in worldwide cricket preceding this game. Be that as it may, the West Indies captain brought himself onto bowl and tidied up Fakhar and proceeded to add the wickets of half-centurion Imam, Mohammad Rizwan and Mohammad Haris to shock Pakistan. On a surface that helped turn, Pooran destroyed the Pakistan setup and at the opposite end, Hayden Walsh disposed of Babar Azam for 1 to place West Indies in control totally.
Shadab then, at that point, started his salvage act close by Khushdil Shah before a residue storm constrained an extensive postponement, because of which two overs were diminished for each side. When play continued, both Khushdil and Shadab kept the guests under control with a crucial stand. While Khusdil withdrew at one phase, Shadab enlisted his fourth ODI fifty and looked great to bring into 100 years too, prior to missing the mark.
Brief score : Pakistan 269/9 in 48 overs (Shadab Khan 86, Imam-ul-Haq 62; Nicholas Pooran 4/48) beat West Indies 216 in 37.2 overs (Akeal Hosein 60; Shadab Khan 4/62) by 53 runs.