• BATSMEN
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    3.1 I better find some cover now from all the irate WI fans as Smith goes after this back of a length, going across him, which just straightens on him as he ends up feeding an inside-edge to the keeper behind. Snicko shows there was some contact there. Smith's indifferent World Cup campaign continues as he exits for 15 33/1
    15.2 length delivery which Charles looked to bludgeon over his head, but ends up getting a top-edge which flies high to the fielder at mid-on, with Krishna getting under it comfortably in the end 109/3
    7.4 you just knew this was coming as Samuels looked a touch casual outside his off stump. Ends up slicing away this short of a length, going across once more, to the man at backward point, who is able to catch it at a very comfortable height. Guruge now has two as West Indies look for the quick runs 53/2
    not out
    50
    104
    58
    5
    0
    86.20
    17.2 Javed has done the trick once more as Russell mistimes this attempted swat over long on, getting this to spoon high over to the bowler, who had to move just a couple of yards to his left to get under it. Disappointing from Russell as WI go four down now in chase of these runs 118/4
    not out
    33
    55
    50
    2
    0
    66.00
    Extras
    7 (lb 4, w 3)
    TOTAL
    176/4 (30.3 Overs, RR: 5.77)
    Fall of wickets: 1-33 (DR Smith, 3.1 ov), 2-53 (MN Samuels, 7.4 ov), 3-109 (J Charles, 15.2 ov), 4-118 (AD Russell, 17.2 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEcon0s4s6sWDNB
    Nasir Aziz6.004707.83175200
    Mohammad Naveed6.003405.66234010
    AM Guruge7.314025.33274100
    Mohammad Tauqir3.002207.33103100
    Amjad Javed8.002923.62302020

Match Notes

Erratic top order

2

Number of 50-plus scores by West Indies' top four batsmen in this World Cup, before today. The batsmen from No. 5 onwards have six such scores

A fine start

69

Runs for West Indies in the first 10 overs, their best by far in this tournament. Previous best: 47 v South Africa

A first in 35 years

6

Number of batsmen bowled in the UAE innings, the first such instance in a World Cup game since 1979

A tournament to forget

3

Number of ducks for Krishna Chandran, the most by any batsman in this tournament. With the ball, he has 1 for 177 from 25 overs

Windies' wickets spree

2

Number of times WI have had the opposition 5 down for less than 30 in this tournament - Pakistan were 25 for 5

Never before

0

Number of times that West Indies and UAE have previously played each other in an ODI.