Only T20I, Gros Islet, Apr 21 2011, Pakistan tour of West Indies
(20 ov, target 151)143/9
West Indies won by 7 runs
player of the match
Devendra Bishoo
West Indies
end of over 206 runs
PAK: 143/9CRR: 7.15 
Saeed Ajmal21 (14)
Junaid Khan3 (4)
Andre Russell4-0-28-0
Ravi Rampaul4-0-31-3

Bishoo took four wickets to torpedo the chase. A smiling Bishoo now walks off with his team-mates.

Tayyab: "Ahmed Shahzad made 40 runs in five wrld cup matches, he is still in the side, for what? I do not understand."

Afridi: "It was a great opportunity for us ..we missed it. we have been missing partnerships. Bishoo bowled very well. .. this is a good wake-up call for us and we will do well in the ODIs."

Man of the match is Bishoo: "from regional cricket to international cricket, you have to vary a lot. I decided to vary my pace on this wicket. This is just the start. This is my father's wish: I playing for West Indies cricket. Thanks to all the people who are supporting me.

Sammy: "We wanted to start on a winning note and our preparations have been good and we came victorious. We know what Shahid can do in T20 and we didn't want him to take wickets. Bishoo did exactly what he said he would do in team meeting. He has taken his form from domestic T20. Over the years we have created opportunities to win but haven't capitalised. it's good to see we did it. This is a good start. one-day series looks like it would be interesting one."

That's it from us. Good bye and good luck.

Russell to Ajmal, 1 run

Russell roars. And a joyous Sammy hugs him. Full delivery, driven to long-off for just a single. West Indies have won by 7 runs!

Russell to Junaid, 1 bye

slips in the slower one outside off and Junaid is beaten by the lack of pace. ajmal calls him for a single, a bye, though the keeper collected it cleanly and tried to throw down

Russell to Ajmal, 1 run

very full delivery, just a single as Ajmal pushes it to extra cover

Russell to Junaid, 1 run

low full toss - was it around waist high or over it? - on the middle, swatted to midwicket for a single.

Ajmal walks across to say a few words to his partner

Russell to Junaid, no run

a sharp bouncer on the middle stump line and the surprised batsman just sways away from the line of fire!

Ilyas: "Some weird loss of wickets for Pakistan -- hit-wicket, batsman getting run out having to detour around falling bowler, big-heave caught as batsman thought it was a free-hit after a no ball ... strange."

Now 12 from 5

Russell to Ajmal, 1 run

full and straight this time, driven to long-off for a single

Russell to Ajmal, 1 wide

Wide! the batsman shuffles across to try to paddle sweep and Russell fires it down the leg side. Sammy gets across for another chat

Russell to bowl. Sammy has a chat with him

end of over 1915 runs • 1 wicket
PAK: 137/9CRR: 7.21 • RRR: 14.00 • Need 14 runs from 6b
Junaid Khan2 (1)
Saeed Ajmal18 (11)
Ravi Rampaul4-0-31-3
Ashley Nurse4-0-33-0

14 to win and Ajmal on strike.

Rampaul to Junaid, 2 runs

moves outside leg stump and drives to deep cover. The throw comes to Rampaul who doesn't collect it cleanly. Overthrows!

Free hit again!

Rampaul to Ajmal, (no ball) 1 run

shuffles to the off and tries to paddle scoop and edges it to backward square-leg region

Rampaul to Ajmal, FOUR runs

Four more! Ajmal blasts this over extra cover. He is still gunning after the target. 11 runs so far in this over

Rampaul to Ajmal, FOUR runs

full length delivery, driven to extra cover where Sammy gets an awkward bounce! It not only bounced but also spun away from Sammy!

Rampaul to Ajmal, 2 runs

slashed away to backward point boundary where Barnwell makes a diving stop

Rampaul to Wahab Riaz, OUT

moves outside leg and has a slog. The ball lobs between Sammy at cover and Bishoo at backward point. Sammy thought Bishoo will take it but Bishoo left it for his captain. Sammy adjusted at the end and lunged to his left to take it. And he has a chat with Bishoo before patting him on the back in the end!

Wahab Riaz c Sammy b Rampaul 6 (10m 6b 0x4 0x6) SR: 100
Rampaul to Ajmal, 1 run

full and on the off stump line, slashed away to deep cover