9.3 Ashwin strikes again. Hafeez comes down to the quicker delivery, gets too close to the ball, and manages to hit it only as far as Rohit Sharma at long-on 84/3
    3.3 Nazir can't wait long enough for going for the big hit, but doesn't get enough on this, skying it towards wide long-on. Raina runs from deep mid midwicket and makes the catch. Good effort from Raina 30/1
    3.5 slower through the air, Hafeez has to wait for it before he can cut it. Gambhir gives chase from inside the circle, slides and fields. The throw is not a flat rocket but is accurate. Hafeez wants the second, but then sends Jamshed back, who is not left with enough time to get back. Out without facing a ball 33/2
    not out
    9.5 Afridi is back in a flash. Down the track, gets close to the pitch of the ball, hits a flat aerial shot towards long-off, but can't clear Zaheer Khan 84/4
    11.3 Ashwin. Slow legs. What slow legs? U Akmal shapes up for the sweep, changes his mind, and somehow checks his drive too, lobbing it well to the right of Ashwin, who dives full length to take the catch. One short of a five-for now 91/5
    not out
    4 (w 4)
    186/5 (19.1 Overs, RR: 9.7)
    Fall of wickets: 1-30 (Imran Nazir, 3.3 ov), 2-33 (Nasir Jamshed, 3.5 ov), 3-84 (Mohammad Hafeez, 9.3 ov), 4-84 (Shahid Afridi, 9.5 ov), 5-91 (Umar Akmal, 11.3 ov)
    Z Khan3031010.3300
    IK Pathan3.1040012.6300
    R Ashwin402345.7520
    L Balaji4041010.2510
    Harbhajan Singh4040010.0000
    Yuvraj Singh1011011.0000

ICC World Twenty20 Warm-up Matches 2012-13 News

  • Focused Warner prepares for action

    David Warner says Australia are fully focussed on ending their poor record in Twenty20 cricket, and believes they have the strength in depth to cope with all conditions they will face in the coming fortnight in the Caribbean

  • Warner fires again for Australia

    The opener David Warner collected his second warm-up half-century as Australia fine-tuned with a 101-run win against a Windward Islands XI

  • Morgan guides England to victory

    Eoin Morgan top-scored with 63 from 62 balls to revive England after a dramatic top-order collapse, as they secured a morale-boosting five-wicket victory over South Africa with three balls to spare at the Kensington Oval in Barbados

  • Yardy and Bopara star in easy win

    England maintained their 100% record in international fixtures against Bangladesh as they launched their World Twenty20 preparations with a comfortable seven-wicket victory at the Kensington Oval

  • Zimbabwe secure another notable scalp

    Pakistan slumped to an embarrassing 12-run defeat at the hands of a buoyant Zimbabwe

Pakistan 2nd innings Partnerships

1st30Imran NazirMohammad Hafeez
2nd3Mohammad HafeezNasir Jamshed
3rd51Kamran AkmalMohammad Hafeez
4th0Shahid AfridiKamran Akmal
5th7Kamran AkmalUmar Akmal
6th95Shoaib MalikKamran Akmal