Pakistan vs Kenya 6th Match ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 Highlights

Cricket Highlights - Pakistan vs Kenya 6th Match ICC Cricket World Cup 2011

Watch the highlights of Pakistan vs Kenya 6th Match ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 - ICC Cricket World Cup tournament of the 6th ODI match played between Kenya and Pakistan at Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium, Sooriyawewa, Hambantota in 23rd February 2011.

Shahid Afridi 5-16 - Pakistan vs Kenya 6th Match ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 Highlights
Shahid Afridi celebrates after taking a wicket © Star Sports / ICC

Sensational Shahid Afridi's record-breaking 5 for 16 after Half-centuries from Umar Akmal, Misbah-ul-Haq, Kamran Akmal and Younis Khan guided Pakistan's record 205-run victory over Kenya in a one-sided game of the sixth match of a World Cup.

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* Shahid Afridi's 5 for 16 was his third best bowling performance for Pakistan in One-day international and the best bowling figures by a Pakistan bowler in World Cups, surpassing the previous record of 5 for 28 held by Wasim Akram against Namibia at Kimberley in the 2003 World Cup.

* This is the seventh instance of Pakistan's four batsmen were scores of fifty or more runs in their innings in One-day internationals. It was their first time against Kenya in ODIs and overall ninth time in World Cups.

* Pakistan's 317 was their highest score against Kenya in One-day international and It is their fourth highest total in World Cups.

* Kenya conceded 46 extras, which is the fourth-highest on the list of most extras conceded by a team in a World Cup.

* Kenya delivered 37 wides they conceded equals the world record in all ODIs.

* 118 : Misbah-ul-Haq and Umar Akmal set up the record fifth-wicket partnership for Pakistan against Kenya in One-day international, previously held by the 21-run stand between Misbah-ul-Haq and Shoaib Malik at Sharjah in 2003 and also Pakistan's record fifth-wicket stand in World Cups, previously held by the 87-run stand between Javed Miandad and Asif Iqbal against Australia at Nottingham in the 1979 World Cup.

* Pakistan scored 112 runs in the last ten overs of their innings, including 70 runs in the batting powerplay. South Africa hold the record for most runs in the last ten overs in ODIs since 2000, with 146 runs against Pakistan at Centurion in 2007.

* 205 : This was Pakistan's largest margin of victory in World Cup matches and also Kenya's worst defeat in World Cups.

* Kenya's 112 was third-lowest score in World Cup matches. Their lowest is the 69 against New Zealand in the opening match of the 2011 World Cup.

Pakistan scored record total of 317-7 in 50 overs with top scorer by Umar Akmal hammered 52, Misbah-ul-Haq struck 65 off 69-balls including 2-sixes & a four.

Kamran Akmal cracked a 55 off 67-balls including 5-fours and Younis Khan scored 50 off 67-balls including 2-fours.

Kenya best bowler by Thomas Odoyo picked up 3-wickets, Steve Tikolo, Shem Ngoche, Elijah Otieno and Jimmy Kamande each took one-wickets.

Kenya scored 112 for all-out in 33.1 overs with top scorer by Collins Obuya struck 47 off 58-balls including 3-fours & 3-sixes, Seren Waters 17, Morris Ouma 16 and Steve Tikolo 13.

Pakistan best bowler by Shahid Afridi claimed a 5-wicket haul for 16-runs in 8-overs including three maidens, Umar Gul took 2-wickets and one for Mohammad Hafeez.

Umar Akmal named Player of the match for his quick-fire 71-runs knocked off facing 52-balls including 8-fours and a six with strike rate of 136.53.