At Peshawar, October 17. West Indies won by four wickets. Batting first on winning the toss, Pakistan never had enough runs to their credit once it became obvious that Greenidge was in form. But for a fourth-wicket stand of 57 between Ramiz Raja and Salim Malik, both of whom fell to Gray in successive overs, and 34 from Abdul Qadir (two sixes, four fours), West Indies' victory would have been even easier. Pitch invasions were twice met with teargas.
Man of the Match: C. G. Greenidge.
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