Pakistan Thrashed By West Indies In World Cup Match At Trent Bridge

Two-time world champions, West Indies thrashed Pakistan in a World Cup cricket match at Trent Bridge.

The Caribbean heroes bowled Pakistan out for only 105 in 21.4 overs – their second-lowest total in World Cup history.

All the 10 wickets fell to West Indian fast bowlers who bowled at a brisk and threatening pace. The pace to which Pakistan batting line-up had no answers.

Oshane Thomas took 4-27, Skipper Jason Holder 3-42 and Andre Russell a splendid 2-4 of 3 overs as Pakistan managed to tick for only 20 overs.

Chris Gayle smashed 50 from 34 balls with three sixes to give West Indies’ pursuit a speedy begin and, in spite of three wickets for Mohammad Amir, the target was achieved with 36.1 overs in the bank. Nicholas Pooran hit a gigantic six to finish in style.

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