A fitting end as Razzaq slams the ball for a once-bounce four to give Pakistan a five-wicket win
An entertaining one-day debut for Scotland and one in which they did themselves credit. At 20 for 4 this morning we all feared that the match might not last beyond halfway, but Watson and McCallum led a fightback which gave their bowlers runs to defend. Indeed, Pakistan themselves wobbled and at 93 for 5 the capacity crowd sensed something remarkable was on the cards. But Pakistans experience told, and Razzaq and Yousuf consolidated and then cut loose, ending the game in a flurry of spectacular hits.
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He did connect with that and the ball disappears into the crowd at long-off. And now, the end is near
Another heave which skews off the bat and travels all of ten yards.
That was not one out of any known coaching book a filthy heave is the politest way to describe that
Short again, another boundary. A game which seemed to be heading to a fairly sedate finish is now roaring towards a conclusion
Yousuf, not to be outdone, heaves four off a ball that was down the leg
Razzaq really on fire now, although that one was a bit too close to the fielder. Six all the same. The Pakistan flags flutter and the claxons are blown
if he had connected with that one it would still be flying ...
More of the same. Razzaq blasts a four to the leg
Whoosh Razzaq launches a massive straight six deep into the Kentucky Fried Chicken stall. No comments about finger lickin' good. Honestly.
Watson continuing with his medium pace and a quick single from the first ball
smeared to the cover boundary and a comfortable two