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717dThe Report by Sidharth Monga

Russell leads rout of sloppy Pakistan

Two most frustrating teams of these times matched each other mistake for mistake until West Indies took the decisive advantage in the last 14 overs of their innings and the first four of the defence

717dJarrod Kimber

Pakistan's troupe of mistakes

His team committed so many errors, one after another, that when Misbah was asked whether the batting, the bowling or the fielding was worse, he just smiled and said "Everything"

717dUmar Farooq

'We lost in all three departments' - Misbah

Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq has said that his "players are to blame" for the team's humiliating defeat against West Indies in Christchurch which has now forced them to sit tight at the bottom of Pool B

717dBrydon Coverdale

Turnaround inspires hope for West Indies

It has been a turbulent few months for West Indies cricket, culminating in a demoralising defeat against Ireland. But on Saturday, the players gave a glimpse of how strong they can be if they worked together as a team

717dBrydon Coverdale in Christchurch

Injured Bravo set to miss next two WI games

Darren Bravo is expected to miss at least the next two matches of West Indies' World Cup campaign after suffering a low-grade tear to his left hamstring

717dBrydon Coverdale

Death-overs slog suits me, says Russell

Andre Russell, whose all-round performance helped West Indies to a thumping win over Pakistan, believes the conditions were ideal for his late flourish, as he thumped 42 off 13 balls

717dAndy Zaltzman

Warning: Meltdown imminent

All West Indies and New Zealand had to do in their respective matches was simply turn up and wait for their opponents to shoot themselves. In fact, they didn't even have to wait

717dESPNcricinfo staff

Andre Russell bludgeons Pakistan into submission

A strong all-round display from Andre Russell helped West Indies beat Pakistan by a huge 150-run margin in their World Cup 2015 Pool B encounter played in Christ Church on Saturday.

717dBrydon Coverdale

A Bronx cheer for Pakistan

From Pakistan's sloppy work in the field to West Indies' struggle in the Powerplay - the plays of the day from Christchurch

717dBrydon Coverdale in Christchurch

Sub-par batting shows costing Pakistan

Pakistan have both their selection and batting to get right in a game against a team that is in as much of a hole as they are

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