Pakistan has started World Cup 2019 on a disastrous note as team record its second-lowest score of 105 in tournament history. Pakistan were bowled out for just 105 runs in 21.4 overs against the West Indies in their opening match of World Cup 2019 at Trent Bridge on Friday (May 31).
Unfortunately, Only three batsmen could register double-figure scores, one of them being No. 10 Wahab Riaz. Fakhar Zaman (22) and Babar Azam (22) were the two others. Pakistan’s lowest total of 74 was during the 1992 World Cup against England. This is also Pakistan’s lowest total against West Indies in the World Cup. Previous was 160 back in 2015.
Pakistan lost its top order in a brief span in their opening match at the Trent Bridge, Nottingham. All-rounder Andre Russell exposed Pakistan’s fragile batting with two wickets in the space of 12 balls to give West Indies an early advantage.
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17 November, 2019