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    3.4 are they committing hara-kiri or what? Charles gave himself plenty of room, seemingly to go inside-out over cover but Nawaz does well to shorten his length. Charles now attempts a cut but by then the ball skidded on to beat his swing and cannon into the leg stump. 17/4
    0.5 there was a man at deep midwicket specifically for the slog sweep and Lewis has fallen into the trap. This was gently tossed up but the ball swerved away, Lewis was hitting across the line and ended up finding the lone man at the boundary. Sarfaraz is delighted as are the rest of his team-mates, Pakistan couldn't have asked for a better start. 3/1
    2.2 the in-drift has done the trick. Fletcher looks to hoick that across the line over cow corner but swung through way too early, only to hear the ball knocking the stumps over. Once again the angle ensured there was no room whatsoever, and Fletcher's impatience made it even easier for Wasim. West Indies in trouble now 11/2
    2.4 another one bites the dust! Was it bat first? That's what Samuels seems to suggest as he walks off shaking his head. But you have to say umpire Ahsan Raza has got this right. The ball skidded back in with the arm to beat Samuels' forward defense. It struck the pad first, and at the point of contact, he was trapped plumb in front of the stumps. What drama! 15/3
    19.5 slow leg-cutter from around the stumps, it was bowled full and wide too, Bravo looked to fetch that from outside off towards wide long-on, and ended up dragging it straight to the man there. Got too much elevation and little power. It looked a tired shot as well, Umar Akmal settled underneath that to complete a regulation catch 115/10
    4.3 what does he do next after an impressive boundary? Guides one into the hands of the keeper. Ali gets some nip off the deck, Pooran wanted to run it down to third man but could only manage a faint nick as he opened the bat face. 22/5
    10.3 he continues to impress. The ball once again swerves back in to cramp Pollard for room as he looks to work it across to midwicket, the ball deflects off the pad onto the stumps. Unfortunate way to go, West Indies slide further. 47/6
    10.5 Wasim becomes the first Pakistan spinner to take a five-for in this format. Carlos looks to get outside the line of the stumps and paddle it fine, but this time, the bowler did well to slow it down, which mean there was no pace to work with. What happened next? The West Indies captain simply managed to get a top edge that was taken quite comfortably by Khalid Latif who moved towards a conventional leg gully position from slip to pouch that dolly. 47/7
    11.3 the umpire went upstairs, but that was to only merely confirm what he saw. Narine punched it firmly to mid-off and set off for a run, but he also had to hope Khalid Latif missed. Excellent work as he raced forward and picked the ball and threw it down at the bowler's end in one motion. Narine wouldn't have had a chance even if he was Usain Bolt. 48/8
    19.2 yorks him, finally, to end a super stand. Taylor is too late to bring his bat down on the flick and ends up making a right royal mess of that as he looks to play across the line, ball hits the base of middle stump 114/9
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    Extras
    9 (lb 2, nb 2, w 5)
    TOTAL
    115 all out (19.5 Overs, RR: 5.79)
    BowlingOMRWEcon0s4s6sWDNB
    Imad Wasim4.001453.50131000
    Sohail Tanvir3.502626.78102120
    Mohammad Nawaz(3)4.001614.00130100
    Hasan Ali3.0032110.6655011
    Shoaib Malik1.00505.0020010
    Wahab Riaz4.012005.00181111
    Fall of wickets:1-3 (E Lewis, 0.5 ov), 2-11 (ADS Fletcher, 2.2 ov), 3-15 (MN Samuels, 2.4 ov), 4-17 (J Charles, 3.4 ov), 5-22 (N Pooran, 4.3 ov), 6-47 (KA Pollard, 10.3 ov), 7-47 (CR Brathwaite, 10.5 ov), 8-48 (SP Narine, 11.3 ov), 9-114 (JE Taylor, 19.2 ov), 10-115 (DJ Bravo, 19.5 ov)

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