Benson & Hedges World Series, 1988/89 / Fall of wickets and partnerships

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Benson & Hedges World Series - 1st match

Pakistan v West Indies

West Indies won by 89 runs

West Indies innings | Pakistan innings
Partnerships - West Indies innings
Wkt Runs Overs RR Player Player Start End
1st 169 CG Greenidge DL Haynes - 1/169
2nd 5 RB Richardson DL Haynes 1/169 2/174
3rd 7 IVA Richards DL Haynes 2/174 3/181
4th 36 CL Hooper DL Haynes 3/181 4/217
5th 1 DL Haynes AL Logie 4/217 5/218
6th 22 AL Logie MD Marshall 5/218 6/240
7th 1 WKM Benjamin MD Marshall 6/240 7/241
8th 21 D Williams MD Marshall 7/241 8/262
9th 1 MD Marshall CEL Ambrose 8/262 9/263
10th 6* CA Walsh CEL Ambrose 9/263 9/269 (47.0)
Highest partnerships in the match
Inns Wkt Runs Overs RR Player Player Start End
1 1st 169 CG Greenidge DL Haynes - 1/169
2 3rd 64 Javed Miandad Rameez Raja 2/17 3/81
2 4th 48 Ijaz Ahmed Rameez Raja 3/81 4/129
1 4th 36 CL Hooper DL Haynes 3/181 4/217
1 6th 22 AL Logie MD Marshall 5/218 6/240
1 8th 21 D Williams MD Marshall 7/241 8/262
2 8th 14* Abdul Qadir Rameez Raja 7/166 7/180 (47.0)
2 7th 14 Saleem Yousuf Rameez Raja 6/152 7/166
2 2nd 14 Saleem Malik Rameez Raja 1/3 2/17
2 5th 12 Wasim Akram Rameez Raja 4/129 5/141
2 6th 11 Imran Khan Rameez Raja 5/141 6/152
1 3rd 7 IVA Richards DL Haynes 2/174 3/181
1 10th 6* CA Walsh CEL Ambrose 9/263 9/269 (47.0)
1 2nd 5 RB Richardson DL Haynes 1/169 2/174
2 1st 3 Sajid Ali Rameez Raja - 1/3
1 9th 1 MD Marshall CEL Ambrose 8/262 9/263
1 7th 1 WKM Benjamin MD Marshall 6/240 7/241
1 5th 1 DL Haynes AL Logie 4/217 5/218
Tournament Results
Australia v West Indies at Sydney - Jan 18, 1989
West Indies won by 8 wickets (with 28 balls remaining) (revised target)
Australia v West Indies at Sydney - Jan 16, 1989
West Indies won by 92 runs
Australia v West Indies at Melbourne - Jan 14, 1989
Australia won by 2 runs
Australia v West Indies at Sydney - Jan 12, 1989
Australia won by 61 runs
Australia v Pakistan at Melbourne - Jan 10, 1989
Australia won by 6 runs (revised target)
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