In the third One-Day International against the West Indies, Pakistan’s bottom middle-order batsmen performed admirably, winning by 53 runs on the Duckworth-Lewis-Stern Method and sweeping the series 3-0.
After winning the three-match ODI series against the West Indies, Pakistan skipper Babar Azam stated there is always room for improvement and that his team has to improve their new ball performance. In the third One-Day International against the West Indies, Pakistan’s bottom middle-order batsmen performed admirably, winning by 53 runs on the Duckworth-Lewis-Stern Method and sweeping the series 3-0.
“As a group, we carried through on our plans. We are giving it our all in all three parts of the game. The way we played as a team in the second match was essential, and Nawaz’s bowling performance was outstanding. “In a post-match presentation, Babar Azam stated, “We put our bench strength to the test and tried with different combinations.”
“It is never too late to improve.” We need to improve our fielding as well as our performance with the new ball. As a result, I’m hoping we’ll be able to learn from our mistakes. I also try to play cricket in a positive way. So, We had different problems in each of the three games, and partnerships were vital. “I’d want to express my gratitude to the Multan fans for their support,” he continued.
Pakistan fell from 85 for no loss in the 17th over to a perilous 117 for five in the 25th over before rallying to post a dominant 269 for nine in front of another sold-out crowd on a day when play was suspended for nearly an hour due to a dust cloud that shortened the match to 48 overs a side.
Following that, the bowlers held off the West Indies’ counterattack, bowling them for 216 in 37.2 overs. Akeal Hosein batted alone in a 37-ball 60, striking two fours and six sixes, while Kacy Carty scored 33 runs and Shai Hope and Keemo Paul each added 21.