- BATSMENRB4s6sSRnot out142132131107.57c Saleem Malik b Naved Anjum12152080.00c Abdul Qadir b Saleem Jaffar7876120102.63c & b Saleem Malik27374072.97c †Saleem Yousuf b Imran Khan9101090.00not out271530180.00Extras20 (b 4, lb 12, w 4)TOTAL315/4 (47 Overs, RR: 6.7)Fall of wickets: 1-28 (Phil Simmons), 2-180 (Sir Richie Richardson), 3-236 (Sir Gordon Greenidge), 4-270 (Gus Logie)
- BATSMENRB4s6sSRb Benjamin47537088.67c †Dujon b Benjamin33484068.75c Ambrose b Walsh8701114.28run out12231052.17c Ambrose b Hooper17220077.27c & b Ambrose8555100154.54c Hooper b Patterson202010100.00c sub b Patterson9110081.81c Walsh b Patterson7700100.00c †Dujon b Ambrose250040.00not out260033.33Extras23 (b 4, lb 5, nb 3, w 11)TOTAL265 all out (43.3 Overs, RR: 6.09)Fall of wickets: 1-70 (Mudassar Nazar), 2-80 (Saleem Yousuf), 3-107 (Aamer Malik), 4-111 (Ramiz Raja), 5-188 (Javed Miandad), 6-242 (Saleem Malik), 7-248 (Imran Khan), 8-260 (Naved Anjum), 9-260 (Ijaz Ahmed), 10-265 (Abdul Qadir)
Pakistan , elected to field first
Player Of The Match
West Indies led the 5-match series 3-0
18 March 1988 (50-over match)
A video highlights clip of the final day of the Barbados Test came to light recently. Is this a good thing?
West Indies had gone a decade without losing a Test at home. Then along came Imran Khan and Co.