Reliance World Cup, 1987/88 / Fall of wickets and partnerships

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Reliance World Cup - 17th match, Group B

Pakistan v Sri Lanka

Pakistan won by 113 runs

Pakistan innings | Sri Lanka innings
Partnerships - Sri Lanka innings
Wkt Runs Overs RR Player Player Start End
1st 4 DSBP Kuruppu RS Mahanama - 1/4
2nd 7 RS Mahanama JR Ratnayeke 1/4 2/11
3rd 30 RS Madugalle JR Ratnayeke 2/11 3/41
4th 29 JR Ratnayeke A Ranatunga 3/41 4/70
5th 80 A Ranatunga LRD Mendis 4/70 5/150
6th 23 LRD Mendis PA de Silva 5/150 6/173
7th 0 ALF de Mel PA de Silva 6/173 7/173
8th 6 S Jeganathan PA de Silva 7/173 8/179
9th 5* VB John PA de Silva 8/179 8/184 (50.0)
Highest partnerships in the match
Inns Wkt Runs Overs RR Player Player Start End
2 5th 80 A Ranatunga LRD Mendis 4/70 5/150
1 6th 67 Imran Khan Saleem Malik 5/197 6/264
1 1st 64 Rameez Raja Mansoor Akhtar - 1/64
1 5th 60 Ijaz Ahmed Saleem Malik 4/137 5/197
1 4th 60 Wasim Akram Saleem Malik 3/77 4/137
2 3rd 30 RS Madugalle JR Ratnayeke 2/11 3/41
2 4th 29 JR Ratnayeke A Ranatunga 3/41 4/70
2 6th 23 LRD Mendis PA de Silva 5/150 6/173
1 7th 21 Saleem Malik Manzoor Elahi 6/264 7/285
1 8th 12* Saleem Yousuf Manzoor Elahi 7/285 7/297 (50.0)
1 2nd 8 Mansoor Akhtar Saleem Malik 1/64 2/72
2 2nd 7 RS Mahanama JR Ratnayeke 1/4 2/11
2 8th 6 S Jeganathan PA de Silva 7/173 8/179
2 9th 5* VB John PA de Silva 8/179 8/184 (50.0)
1 3rd 5 Javed Miandad Saleem Malik 2/72 3/77
2 1st 4 DSBP Kuruppu RS Mahanama - 1/4
2 7th 0 ALF de Mel PA de Silva 6/173 7/173
Tournament Results
Australia v England at Kolkata - Nov 8, 1987
Australia won by 7 runs
India v England at Mumbai - Nov 5, 1987
England won by 35 runs
Pakistan v Australia at Lahore - Nov 4, 1987
Australia won by 18 runs
India v New Zealand at Nagpur - Oct 31, 1987
India won by 9 wickets (with 107 balls remaining)
Pakistan v West Indies at Karachi - Oct 30, 1987
West Indies won by 28 runs
Australia v Zimbabwe at Cuttack - Oct 30, 1987
Australia won by 70 runs
England v Sri Lanka at Pune - Oct 30, 1987
England won by 8 wickets (with 52 balls remaining)
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