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1st ODI: Pakistan v West Indies at Sheikh Zayed Stadium Abu Dhabi - Nov 12, 2008 (15:00 local, 11:00 GMT)
2nd ODI: Pakistan v West Indies at Sheikh Zayed Stadium Abu Dhabi - Nov 14, 2008 (15:00 local, 11:00 GMT)
3rd ODI: Pakistan v West Indies at Sheikh Zayed Stadium Abu Dhabi - Nov 16, 2008 (15:00 local, 11:00 GMT)

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Shivnarine Chanderpaul

Shawn Findlay

Xavier Marshall

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Daren Powell

Jerome Taylor
Ramnaresh Sarwan (vc)
Carlton Baugh (wk)
Sewnarine Chattergoon
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Nikita Miller
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And PAKISTAN Won First ODI by 4 wickets...
It was unbelievable ..... 17 scores in 1 Over.... woooooh
2 consecutive sixes by Kamran Akmal in Last Over....


Match was very interesting... now I'm going to start my OOP's Assignment...
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Oh no.. I have missed these Amazing and memorable scenes ...
Mujhay neend aa gai thei ...
Anyway...
The math review is:
Chris Gayle and Lionel Baker nearly sealed the game for West Indies, but Pakistan held their nerve to clinch a win off the penultimate ball in Abu Dhabi

49.5 overs Pakistan 295 for 6 (Manzoor 69, Malik 66, Younis 56) beat West Indies 294 for 9 (Gayle 113, Sarwan 55, Tanvir 3-42) by four wickets


Those who say 50-overs cricket has lost its ticker needed to look no further than the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi for a humdinger. In a throwback to the days of Sharjah classics, Pakistan overcame a sluggish start and a middle-order wobble to sneak the most thrilling of last-over wins over West Indies. Khurram Manzoor and Younis Khan helped Pakistan overcome a jittery start and gather some steam, but it was Shoaib Malik's whirlwind 66 and a stunning last-over assault from Kamran Akmal that pulled the carpet from beneath West Indies' feet.
After winning the toss and batting, West Indies settled for a below-par 294, which owed mostly to Chris Gayle's glorious 113, his 17th one-day hundred and second on the trot after an unbeaten 110 against Canada in August. Just 96 runs were scored since Gayle departed in the 35th over, and only 71 in the last ten overs, credit to Pakistan for sticking to their guns on a hard pitch. Ultimately, that made a big difference.
The last 15 minutes of the match were nerve-wracking. Akmal amazingly swept the last ball of the 48th off, by Jerome Taylor, for six, but a miserly penultimate over from Gayle seemed to have sealed it West Indies' way. Fawad Alam failed to put away a full toss, Gayle bowled Akmal with a no-ball, and Akmal then survived a stumping appeal. The over cost only six runs.
Needing 17 from the last over, Akmal slashed the third and fourth deliveries for six, backing away, to cue hysteria in the ground. A scampered two became three with an overthrow, and Alam clipped the fifth delivery of the final over for a single to seal victory. Akmal's 24 from nine balls, however, was the clincher.
When Pakistan struggled initially under lights in the first 15 overs, this was hard to envision. In the absence of any fluency from Salman Butt, it was left to Manzoor to keep the score ticking over. Manzoor played himself, reaching his second half-century in two ODIs played for Pakistan, one full of punchy back-foot play. Younis Khan, Pakistan's most experienced batsman after Mohammad Yousuf joined the ICL, hit consecutive boundaries in the 23rd over - one driven off the back foot, the other lapped very fine - to up the rate.
Taylor was brought back in the 28th over to do a job, and he succeeded. Taylor dropped short, Manzoor tried to run it fine, and Carlton Baugh held on to the thin outside edge (142 for 2). Younis swept his way to half-century from 50 balls, but the pressure told on Misbah-ul-Haq, way too early into a reverse-sweep against Nikita Miller's left-arm spin.
As per the new rules, the batting side can choose one Powerplay and Pakistan left the third one until the 38th over. It was a critical phase and Pakistan lost two wickets for 38. Unable to pierce the field like Malik, Younis slogged Baker into the starry night while Shahid Afridi pulled Baker to a tumbling Shivnarine Chanderpaul at deep midwicket. Malik made sure to hit the ball as straight as possible and went past 50 from 36 balls, but when Pakistan needed 33 from 18 balls, he pulled Taylor to midwicket.
Akmal's heroics, though, spoiled what should have been Gayle's party. The venue changed from Antigua to Abu Dhabi, the format from Twenty20 to 50-overs, but what did Gayle care? After five overs West Indies were 11 for 0; that's when Gayle moved up a gear, stepping outside the line of a delivery from Abdur Rauf and swinging it over midwicket for six.
Rauf, who opened the attack in the absence of an injured Shoaib Akhtar, was then taken for 17 in one over. A whip over mid-on was followed by a flick off the pads. Then Rauf pitched outside off stump and craned his neck as Gayle biffed him over his head. Shoaib Malik removed third man and Gayle smartly steered the ball past the wicketkeeper. Having hit a 33-ball half-century in the Stanford 20/20 for 20 earlier this month, Gayle enjoyed his first trip to Abu Dhabi. Sohail Tanvir was cracked past point and West Indies' fifty was up in the tenth over with consecutive pulled sixes in Umar Gul's first over. In five overs, 48 had been scored, and Gayle's half-century needed 36 balls.
Sewnarine Chattergoon contributed 33 to an opening stand of 125, the sixth-best for West Indies against Pakistan, content to play second fiddle before an attempted heave against the turn went to mid-on. Ramnaresh Sarwan partnered Gayle past his century - in a 73-run stand - and watched him get out for 113 after a series of attacking shots, the last of which went straight to midwicket (198 for 2) in an over in which he had been dropped by Gul. Sarwan used his wrists well and leapt on to anything short, hitting five boundaries before he tickled Afridi down the pads in the 38th over. But Gul came back well to take 3 for 66 and Tanvir took two in two balls during the last over as West Indies failed to build on Gayle's innings.
A cricket-starved Pakistan came to Abu Dhabi wanting to win. They've certainly started well.

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Wow!!!
Pakistan also WON 2nd ODI ...
Took them down at just 208...
& Won by 24 runs
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Pakistan ride fightback to win series
Pakistan 232 (Misbah 52, Taylor 3-38, Powell 3-50) beat West Indies 208 (Chanderpaul 107*, Gul 3-44 ) by 24 runs
Unlike the manic fireworks of the first game, Friday was more of a slow-burning scrap. Pakistan were, once again, second-best at the halfway stage but survived a tight finish to win the match and seal the series. Like in the first match, there was a typical century from a senior West Indies batsman - a dogged one from Shivnarine Chanderpaul this time - but there wasn't enough support from the rest.
Sohail Tanvir's menacing opening spell helped Pakistan fight back after a disciplined West Indies bowling had kept them down to a less-than-average total. He was the star performer but each member of the Pakistan attack played his part: Umar Gul hounded the batsmen with a mix of bouncers and yorkers, Iftikhar Anjum kept probing away just outside off stump and was unlucky to not get more than one wicket, Shahid Afridi provided the crucial breakthrough by removing Ramnaresh Sarwan, and Saeed Ajmal confounded West Indies with his doosras.
Tanvir had the ball jagging around viciously and danger man Chris Gayle struggled to pick which way it was moving. He lasted only six balls, as the final delivery of Tanvir's first over, an overpitched inswinger, homed in on leg stump. He also dismissed the other opener, Sewnarine Chattergoon, for a duck after the batsman nibbled at an away-going ball to the keeper.
That brought Chanderpaul to the crease, and he wasn't dislodged till the end. There were several close lbw calls, a couple of dropped catches, a french cut, a run-out appeal, but Chanderpaul soldiered on. His forte is survival and that's just what he did today. He hauled his team within sight of the finish line but ran out of partners before crossing it.
He found an early ally in Ramnaresh Sarwan, who rode out his share of troubles against Tanvir. With Anjum also making life difficult, the pair made cautious progress; West Indies had dawdled to 49 for 2 after 17 overs. Chanderpaul was struggling to time the ball early on and it was Sarwan who was in charge during that phase.
He was unafraid to loft the bowlers in the air and used the cut shot well but was done in by a quicker ball from Afridi while attempting that stroke. West Indies were 103 for 6 in 28.2 overs, and with a settled Chanderpaul, were still the front-runners.
However, none of their other batsmen made more than 12. The slide started with a couple of run-outs: both Xavier Marshall and Shawn Findlay wanted a single but were sent back by Chanderpaul and couldn't make their ground.
West Indies were made to scrounge for every run and the asking-rate steadily inched towards 7.5. Their troubles were compounded by the slow outfield and long boundaries, as the ropes had been pulled back for the match. Chanderpaul decided to use the remaining Powerplay: he kept the boundaries coming and it was down to 65 off 55 before he lost two more of his partners. Ajmal and Tanvir came back and dried up the runs before Umar Gul finished things off with a couple of well-directed yorkers. Chanderpaul remained unbeaten on 107.
The target of 233 was one Chris Gayle would have fancied chasing down. His bowlers rarely allowed Pakistan to get out of first gear: the quick bowlers exploited the swing available early while the spinners, who were solid rather than spectacular, didn't offer the batsmen much to work with.

Both of Pakistan's openers were undone while attempting reckless across-the-line shots. The big holiday crowd that had turned up was silenced but found its voice soon after when Younis Khan took Powell for three consecutive boundaries. That, however, was an aberration in a quiet period for Pakistan, tied down by Lionel Baker's steady line-and-length. Younis was cleaned up by a full, swinging delivery from Powell as he tried to get a move on. Pakistan's troubles were exacerbated when Shoaib Malik was run out after a misunderstanding with Misbah-ul-Haq.
Misbah scrapped his way to a half-century, an innings in which he rarely looked fluent, and perished when his attempt to clear the long-off boundary off Nikita Miller. The run-rate continued to flounder with no boundaries for 132 balls, and it was not until the introduction of the friendly part-time gifts from Sarwan in the 38th over that the shackles were released.
"Afridi, please don't disappoint today" said a poster held up by a young fan, and, for a brief while, he didn't. He crunched Sarwan down the ground for a four before dispatching a leg-side full toss over midwicket. Kamran Akmal was playing a calm, polished knock at the other end, and Pakistan were beginning to find their feet with the partnership realising 50 runs quickly. But they made a mistake by not taking the remaining Powerplay when their last two recognised batsmen were looking settled.
Both batsmen were dismissed soon after and the final Powerplay was left to the tail-enders. Some big hitting from the late order, led by Tanvir - who slammed three boundaries off a Taylor over - lifted Pakistan. At that point West Indies clearly held the advantage but in the end it was a case of so near yet so far.


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Daren Powell took three wickets, effected a run-out and claimed a catch to restrict Pakistan to 232
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& Pakistan won 3rd by 31 runs...
& Won Series by 3:0
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Pakistan make it a 3-0 clean sweep
Pakistan 273 for 6 (Younis 101, Misbah 79*) beat West Indies 242 (Gayle 122, Sarwan 62, Anjum 4-59, Gul 3-31) by 31 runs

Younis Khan and Iftikhar Anjum overcame poor starts to give their side yet another series whitewash. While Younis played out an initial difficult spell against the swinging ball to score a century, Anjum got over a Chris Gayle assault to pick up four wickets in four overs and seal Pakistan's 31-run win. Pakistan had ODI clean sweeps against Bangladesh and Zimbabwe earlier in the year, but captain Shoaib Malik will value this win - Pakistan's first whitewash against major opposition since 2005 - much more.

Daren Powell and Jerome Taylor troubled Younis and Khurram Manzoor with swing as well as seam movement early in the game. Though tied down, Younis was never uncomfortable. West Indies' poor fielding was what allowed him and Manzoor to break free. Manzoor was dropped twice on his way to 30 and he added 85 with Younis before he was caught off Gayle. Manzoor had offered unsure support and Younis got the run-rate going only when Misbah-ul-Haq joined him at the crease. Younis pushed for twos and threes and hit a six off Baker during the Powerplay taken by Pakistan. Misbah hit a single boundary - a six to long-on off Nikita Miller - in the 103-run partnership.

West Indies' start was not very different from Pakistan's. They were crawling along at less than three an over when Sewnarine Chattergoon edged Sohail Tanvir to slip in the seventh over. With Sarwan's entry at that point, it seemed a cloud had passed over, with the ball finally making it through the gaps. Along with Chris Gayle, he targeted Anjum and Sohail Tanvir, who struggled with their lengths. Gayle hit the boundaries while Sarwan was content to rotate the strike.

Pakistan lost a grip over the game when the spinners came on. Sarwan and Gayle treated the two spinners differently; they played Saeed Ajmal cautiously while attacking Shoaib Malik. All the runs Ajmal dried up with his accurate line, Malik leaked with his poor length. West Indies added 61 runs between overs 10 and 20 and Gayle reached his half-century immediately after that with a six over long-on off Malik. While Ajmal gave away 13 runs in his first five overs, Malik conceded 29 in his three. He was replaced by Shahid Afridi, who fared as badly as his captain.

Though Ajmal bowled all his overs in one spell, he could not give Pakistan the much-needed breakthrough. Malik threw the ball back to Anjum and was immediately rewarded with three wickets in two overs. Sarwan misread the line to be bowled for 62, Shivnarine Chanderpaul popped a catch to deep midwicket and Xavier Marshall played on to his stumps.

Afridi had changed ends by then and he bowled a couple of quiet overs. But Gayle hit him for a third six which eased the pressure a bit. Anjum, though, was not finished. He bowled a short one at the start of his seventh over and Shawn Findlay, who edged while trying to pull, was caught at mid-on. Pakistan would have sensed the clean sweep when Afridi dismissed Brendan Nash for 1. Gayle called for the batting Powerplay immediately after that - from overs 41 to 45 - and went on the offensive. West Indies scored 39 runs in the period - including 19 off an Anjum over - but more importantly lost Gayle and consequently the match.

Although Sarwan and Gayle's partnership added 151 runs, they received virtually no support from the other batsmen. The next highest score in the innings was Taylor's 17. Pakistan will leave Abu Dhabi on a high with three wins under their belt ahead of the big series against India in January. For West Indies, it's time for some more introspection before they head out to New Zealand in December.


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