- BATSMENRB4s6sSRc Wasim Akram b Imran Khan16272059.25b Abdul Qadir16261061.53b Tauseef Ahmed861046282.69c †Saleem Yousuf b Abdul Qadir60653192.30b Imran Khan9150060.00lbw b Abdul Qadir3110027.27c †Saleem Yousuf b Imran Khan6130046.15c †Saleem Yousuf b Imran Khan13151086.66not out202020100.00run out01000.00not out4300133.33Extras11 (lb 7, w 4)TOTAL244/9 (50 Overs, RR: 4.88)Fall of wickets: 1-26 (GA Gooch), 2-52 (RT Robinson), 3-187 (CWJ Athey), 4-187 (MW Gatting), 5-192 (JE Emburey), 6-203 (AJ Lamb), 7-206 (PR Downton), 8-230 (PAJ DeFreitas), 9-230 (GC Small)
- BATSMENRB4s6sSRc Gooch b DeFreitas1131485076.35run out29493059.18c Athey b Emburey88927095.65not out6310200.00not out4210200.00Extras7 (lb 6, w 1)TOTAL247/3 (49 Overs, RR: 5.04)Fall of wickets: 1-61 (Mansoor Akhtar), 2-228 (Saleem Malik), 3-243 (Rameez Raja)
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