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August 30, 2011
West Indies Women 175 for 9 (Aguilleira 71, Daley 42) beat Pakistan Women 86 (Javeria 21, Mohammed 5-7) by 89 runs
Offspinner Anisa Mohammed routed Pakistan for the second time in three days with another five-wicket haul, sending the visitors crashing to another big defeat. Mohammed accounted for four of the top six Pakistan batsmen and finished with remarkable figures of 10-5-7-5 to add to her return of 10-6-5-5 in the first ODI.
Javeria Khan and Rabiya Shah had put on 40 upfront but Mohammed's introduction in to the attack started the slide for Pakistan. Nine wickets tumbled for 33 runs as only Bismah Maroof managed to get in to double figures apart from the openers. The last pair scratched around for 84 deliveries between them for three runs with the bat, typifying Pakistan's woes.
Merissa Aguilleira, the West Indies captain, and Shanel Daley had earlier helped their side recover from 45 for 3 after they were put in to bat. Daley's dismissal for 42 led to a collapse but Aguilleira dug in to take West Indies to 175 and ended up with her highest ODI score.
West Indies lead the four-match series 2-0.
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