West Indies Set 113 runs Target for Pakistan | West Indies All out 112 Runs
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Shivnaraine Chanderpaul and Kemar Roach took the Windies score over the 100-run mark.Pakistan bowlers rattled West Indies with their pace and spin as the Caribbean side could not break the shackles and bundled out for a paltry 112 in their quarterfinal clash in Mirpur on Wednesday.
Shahid Afridi was the pick of the Pakistan bowler as he picked up four wickets, while Saeed Ajmal and Mohammad Hafeez also picked up two wickets each.
But Abdul Razzaq broke that partnership before it took dangerous proportions when he had Roach caught by Younis Khan in the covers to reduce the Windies to 111/9.The wrecker-in-chief was Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi, the leading wicket-taker in the tournament, who took three wickets to rattle the Windies.
Umar Gul gave Pakistan the first breakthrough when he had the dangerous Chris Gayle caught in the slips by Afridi.Mohammad Hafeez then struck twice in one over dismissing Devon Smith and Darren Bravo to place the Windies at 16/3.
Afridi took his first wicket when he had Ramnaresh Sarwan caught by Umar Akmal at backward point.In his next over, Afridi struck on consecutive deliveries. First he had Kieron Pollard caught behind by Kamran Akmal and then trapped Devon Thomas plumb in front of the wicket to reduce the Windies to 69/6.
Saeed Ajmal then dismissed West Indies captain Darren Sammy and Devendra Bishoo in one over to pin down the Windies to 71/8.Earlier, West Indies captain Darren Sammy won the toss and elected to bat.The West Indies welcomed back opener Chris Gayle and fast bowler Kemar Roach, who both missed the last league match against India due to injury and illness respectively.
Also included was veteran batsman Shivnarine Chanderpaul as the West Indies omitted left-arm spinner Sulieman Benn, fast bowler Andre Russell and batsman Kirk Edwards.Pakistan made one change from their winning combination against Australia, bringing in off-spinner Saeed Ajmal in place of left-arm spinner Abdur Rehman.