- BATSMENRB4s6sSRc de Silva b Ratnayake36722050.00b John821215167.76c Kuruppu b de Mel8281100101.23lbw b de Mel725243138.46not out563362169.69run out230066.66not out0000-Extras8 (b 4, lb 4)TOTAL338/5 (60 Overs, RR: 5.63)Fall of wickets: 1-88 (Mudassar Nazar), 2-156 (Mohsin Khan), 3-229 (Zaheer Abbas), 4-325 (Javed Miandad), 5-332 (Ijaz Faqih)
- BATSMENRB4s6sSRc Rashid Khan b Sarfraz Nawaz12261046.15run out721017271.28b Rashid Khan5210023.80b Tahir Naqqash16173094.11c & b Mudassar Nazar31425073.80run out02000.00c †Wasim Bari b Sarfraz Nawaz35511068.62c Tahir Naqqash b Shahid Mahboob11220050.00not out595651105.35c Mudassar Nazar b Sarfraz Nawaz131301100.00not out121120109.09Extras22 (lb 8, nb 4, w 10)TOTAL288/9 (60 Overs, RR: 4.8)Fall of wickets: 1-34 (S Wettimuny), 2-58 (RL Dias), 3-85 (LRD Mendis), 4-142 (A Ranatunga), 5-143 (MAR Samarasekera), 6-157 (DSBP Kuruppu), 7-180 (ALF de Mel), 8-234 (DS de Silva), 9-262 (RJ Ratnayake)
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