Pakistan vs West Indies 2nd ODI Highlights Today 9 April 2017
Watch PAK vs WI highlights of the second ODI played on 9-4-2017 at Providence. This 2nd One Day International has been played between W Indies and Pakistan. Both the teams have to play one more ODI and victory in every match is very crucial because Pakistan and West Indies want to participate in upcoming World Cup as direct contestants. The team standing at 9th slot in ICC ranking will have to take part in qualifier round which is a humiliation for all the international teams.
Toss: West Indies won the toss and decided to bowl first.
Match Timings: 09:30 local | 13:30 GMT | 18:30 PKT.
In first ODI, West Indies got record-breaking win which must gave them much-needed boost. Despite scoring 308 runs, Pakistan failed to defend it despite having a strong bowling attack against a relatively inexperienced West Indian batting. All credit goes to Jason Mohammed whose aggression knew no bounds. He unbeaten 91 runs came off just 58 balls and his historic innings included 11 fours and 3 sixes.
Pitch and conditions: The newly-laid surface at the Providence Stadium played much better than its predecessor had established a reputation for. A mockery was made of the wisdom that a low-scoring series was expected, as the ground record for an ODI innings was broken twice in four hours. Going purely off the first game, fans can expect another run-fest. Some cloud cover is expected, but rain is unlikely.
West Indies Team: E Lewis, CAK Walton, KOA Powell, SD Hope†, JN Mohammed, JL Carter, JO Holder*, AR Nurse, D Bishoo, ST Gabriel, AS Joseph
Pakistan Team: Ahmed Shehzad, Kamran Akmal, Mohammad Hafeez, Babar Azam, Shoaib Malik, Sarfraz Ahmed*†, Imad Wasim, Shadab Khan, Mohammad Amir, Hasan Ali, Junaid Khan
|Pakistan innings (50 overs maximum)||R||B||4s||6s||SR|
|Ahmed Shehzad||c †Hope b Gabriel||5||15||0||0||33.33|
|Kamran Akmal||c †Hope b Joseph||21||27||2||0||77.77|
|Babar Azam||not out||125||132||7||3||94.69|
|Mohammad Hafeez||st †Hope b Nurse||32||50||2||1||64.00|
|Shoaib Malik||c †Hope b Bishoo||9||17||0||0||52.94|
|Sarfraz Ahmed*†||c Walton b Gabriel||26||26||3||0||100.00|
|Imad Wasim||not out||43||35||2||2||122.85|
|Extras||(b 1, lb 9, w 9, nb 2)||21|
|Total||(5 wickets; 50 overs)||282||(5.64 runs per over)|
Did not batShadab Khan, Mohammad Amir, Hasan Ali, Junaid Khan
Fall of wickets 1-16 (Ahmed Shehzad, 4.5 ov), 2-44 (Kamran Akmal, 8.6 ov), 3-113 (Mohammad Hafeez, 25.0 ov), 4-128 (Shoaib Malik, 28.5 ov), 5-183 (Sarfraz Ahmed, 38.4 ov)
|ST Gabriel||10||1||50||2||5.00||31||3||0||(1nb, 2w)|
|AS Joseph||9||0||69||1||7.66||22||7||2||(1nb, 3w)|
|West Indies innings (target: 283 runs from 50 overs)||R||B||4s||6s||SR|
|E Lewis||lbw b Mohammad Amir||13||14||2||0||92.85|
|CAK Walton||c Hasan Ali b Junaid Khan||10||9||2||0||111.11|
|SD Hope†||c Shadab Khan b Hasan Ali||15||12||3||0||125.00|
|KOA Powell||lbw b Hasan Ali||11||21||0||0||52.38|
|JL Carter||lbw b Mohammad Hafeez||12||20||1||0||60.00|
|JN Mohammed||c †Sarfraz Ahmed b Mohammad Hafeez||1||16||0||0||6.25|
|JO Holder*||c Babar Azam b Hasan Ali||68||87||6||1||78.16|
|AR Nurse||lbw b Hasan Ali||44||43||6||1||102.32|
|D Bishoo||lbw b Shadab Khan||16||18||2||0||88.88|
|AS Joseph||c Babar Azam b Hasan Ali||15||29||0||0||51.72|
|ST Gabriel||not out||0||0||0||0||–|
|Extras||(lb 1, w 2)||3|
|Total||(all out; 44.5 overs)||208||(4.63 runs per over)|
Fall of wickets 1-22 (Walton, 3.1 ov), 2-27 (Lewis, 4.2 ov), 3-46 (Hope, 8.2 ov), 4-51 (Powell, 10.1 ov), 5-56 (Mohammed, 13.5 ov), 6-75 (Carter, 17.4 ov), 7-133 (Nurse, 28.6 ov), 8-156 (Bishoo, 33.6 ov), 9-208 (Joseph, 44.1 ov), 10-208 (Holder, 44.5 ov)
It was a Babar+Hassan show tonight during 2nd ODi played between West Indies and Pakistan. The hosts won the toss and decided to bowl first. Their decision worked and soon we saw Pakistan in trouble. But then Babar stayed at the crease till the last ball was bowled and he made fifth century of his career. It was his effort that allowed Pakistan to score 282/5 in 50 overs.
West Indian response was very disappointing and they kept losing wickets at regular intervals. No one from the team was able to replicate the performance they showed in previous ODI. In the end, the whole West Indian team was out at 208 runs in 44.5 overs. Hasan Ali showed his career-best bowling and got five wickets for only 38 runs in 8.5 overs. Pakistan won this game by 74 runs. Babar Azam was declared man of the match today. With both the teams winning one match each, the next ODI has achieved importance. This decider will be played at 11 April 2017.