Player of the Match
Player of the Match

39 | 2 Runs 1 Wkt | PAK: 160/10 (151 runs required from 11 overs, RR: 4.10, RRR: 13.72)

  • Mohammad Irfan2 (11b)
  • Sulieman Benn9-0-39-2
  • Andre Russell8-2-33-3

6.25pm That's it from all of us. Hope you enjoyed our coverage as much as we enjoyed bringing it to you. Until next time, ta ta!

Misbah-ul-Haq: "Tough day, especially after winning the toss. There was a little bit in the pitch, could not really exploit that. Gave away too many runs in the last few overs. Last two games boys bowled really well in the death overs. You could say credit should be given to the West Indians, they really cashed in, last 5-6 overs. Sometimes lack of confidence just does wonders like that. The guys up front are struggling a little bit. First 10 overs, in New Zealand conditions, it was seaming a little bit, they bowled really well, we could not negotiate the new ball. It's always difficult. Performances like that can dent you, damage you, we have some time, next game is nine days away. We need to really recover mentally and think about our game. This is how World Cups are. You have to pick yourself up, think about your strategies, think about where you can improve. They are in good form, they batted well in the practice games, that's a positive for us. But we need to perform as a team, one or two performances will not win it for you."

Jason Holder: "Wonderful performance, batted really well. Russell and Sammy and Simmons and Ramdin really put their hand up at the end. Jerome Taylor bowled brilliantly and I supported him well, and we applied a lot of pressure with those early wickets. We lost the first game and we needed to make amends here, really pleased we did that."

Andre Russell is the man of the match. "The way the game was set up was perfect for me to finish the innings off," he says. "Well done to the batters, they did a good job in the middle. The start from Jerome Taylor and Jason Holder, the platform was set up perfectly for me again."

David: "I thought of the Garner-Reid combo, and it looks unlikely either ever bowled to the other. They played in 2 ODIs (#412 & 421). In neither one did Garner bat, and Reid only batted in one, in which he was dismissed by Walsh on the second ball he faced. But Reid-Walsh would have been a pretty tall combo anyway!"

AhmadSaeed: "Misbah needed an extra batsman, so he went with 4 bowlers, to finish the quota of 5th bowler in hurry he could not attack WI batsman in the middle overs. Later on death overs he had very few options. Bowlers were predictable and they bowled very bad."

6.10pm West Indies are back in this World Cup. They needed a big win to recover from their defeat to Ireland, and they've won by 150 runs. It's their biggest win against Pakistan - their previous biggest runs margin being 133 runs back in 1992. It's also Pakistan's biggest defeat in a World Cup, beating the 112-run loss against England in 2003. They are now in all kinds of trouble after losing their first two games by massive margins.

Benn to Sohail Khan, OUT, now he connects with the slog sweep but only with the edge of his bat. Soars 20 storeys high and it's Ramdin who settles under it in the end

Sohail Khan c †Ramdin b Benn 1 (12m 8b 0x4 0x6) SR: 12.50

Benn to Sohail Khan, no run, flatter and fuller now as Sohail makes room. Jabs at it but can't connect
Benn to Sohail Khan, no run, dangles this slower, wide outside off, and Sohail goes for a slog-sweep and misses
Benn to Mohammad Irfan, 1 run, tossed up outside off, swung away to deep midwicket, all along the ground
Benn to Sohail Khan, 1 run, down the track comes Sohail, swats it away to long-off
Benn to Sohail Khan, no run, back of a length on off stump, blocked into the covers

Richard: "Did Joel Garner ever bowl to Bruce Ried (or visa versa)?" Quite possible. Reid-Ambrose as well.

38 | (maiden) | PAK: 158/9 (153 runs required from 11 overs, RR: 4.15, RRR: 12.75)

  • Mohammad Irfan1 (10b)
  • Sohail Khan0 (3b)
  • Andre Russell8-2-33-3
  • Sulieman Benn8-0-37-1
Russell to Mohammad Irfan, no run, full, just outside off. Irfan pokes at it and the ball beats his edge once again
Russell to Mohammad Irfan, no run, full on off stump, blocked back to the bowler
Russell to Mohammad Irfan, no run, big appeal from the fielders behind the wicket but not from Russell. West Indies have reviewed. That seemed to swing away after beating the bat, strangely. Irfan played inside the line of that length ball with an angled bat. Absolutely nothing on snicko when the ball passes his bat. West Indies have wasted a review. Could this come back to haunt them?
Russell to Mohammad Irfan, no run, short ball outside off and Irfan sways gently away from the line
Russell to Mohammad Irfan, no run, in the blockhole on off stump, jabbed back at the bowler
Russell to Mohammad Irfan, no run, short ball outside off, Irfan stands there and lets it go

Has there ever been a taller batsman-bowler combination than Irfan-Benn in the history of this glorious game?

37 | 3 Runs 1 Wkt | PAK: 158/9 (153 runs required from 11 overs, RR: 4.27, RRR: 11.76)

  • Mohammad Irfan1 (4b)
  • Sohail Khan0 (3b)
  • Sulieman Benn8-0-37-1
  • Andre Russell7-1-33-3
Benn to Mohammad Irfan, 1 run, length ball outside off, steered away to the left of backward point
Benn to Mohammad Irfan, no run, flatter and he gets nicely forward to push into the covers
Benn to Mohammad Irfan, no run, now it's slower and dips on the batsman and turns past his hesitantly thrusting bat
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A smashing win


West Indies' winning margin, their biggest in an ODI against Pakistan

Poor chasers


Number of times Pakistan have won an ODI chasing a target of 280 or more in Australia or New Zealand. This is their 11th failure

Four for nothing


The lowest score at which a team has lost four wickets in an ODI match. The previous lowest was 4 for 4, by Canada v Zim in 2006

Raining sixes


Runs scored by West Indies in the last six overs, including 5 sixes and 6 fours

Russell power


Andre Russell's batting strike rate in seven ODI innings in 2015. He averages 48 during this period

Key contribution


Ramdin's strike rate during his 51, his third-fastest 50-plus score in ODIs

Cut down in full flight


The run rate during the Bravo-Ramdin partnership. They added 49 runs in 7.1 overs

Bravo does a Lara?


Number of WI batsmen who've retired hurt in a World Cup game and not returned to bat - Brian Lara, v Pakistan in 1992

Stuck in first gear


Percentage of ODI innings where Dwayne Smith has been dismissed for 25 or less (62 out of 85 innings)

Gayle No Blow


Chris Gayle's batting average since 2013, the lowest for any top-order batsman (Nos. 1-7) who has played at least 20 innings