Pakistan VS West Indies Match Tied
West Indies number 11 Jason Holder pulverized 14 continues running off the last over to pick up his side an astounding tie with Pakistan in the third one-day worldwide at Beausejour Stadium in St Lucia.
Botching Pakistan wicketkeeper Umar Akmal had the opportunity to run out the player off the last ball yet missed an essential hurl from the farthest point to allow the stranded Holder to make his ground and level the scores.
Pakistan seemed to set out toward triumph having posted a humble 229 for six wickets in their 50 overs, yet the last West Indian pair of Holder and Kemar Roach struck 24 off 13 balls to leave the five-match course of action tied at 1-1.
Pakistan Vs West Indies One-Day Series
Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq picked to give seamer Wahab Riaz (1-63) the last over of the innings regardless of a not exactly amazing presentation in the match up to that point as he missed his lengths much of the time.
Holder clubbed a six and a four to give his side trust. Obliging three to win off the last ball, he flashed a thick edge to third man where Junaid Khan assembled.
Khan’s hurl over the stumps observed beyond any doubt to run out Holder and hand the triumph to Pakistan yet Akmal by some methods fail to assemble and the tailender could scramble home having scored an extremely valuable 19 off nine transports.
Lendl Simmonds had before struck a recognizable 75 from 86 balls and put on 91 for the fourth wicket with Marlon Samuels (46) to put West Indies into a position to win.
Nevertheless, splendid thumping down a few pins from seamer Junaid (3-54) and off-spinner Saeed Ajmal (3-36) appeared to have expelled the entertainment from them before Holder’s heroics.
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