West Indies vs Pakistan 7th Match Benson & Hedges World Series Cup 1981/82 Highlights

Watch the highlights of West Indies vs Pakistan 7th Match Benson & Hedges World Series Cup 1981/82 - Benson & Hedges World Series Cup one-day international tournament of the 7th ODI match played between Pakistan and Australia at Western Australia Cricket Association Ground, Perth in 19th December 1981.

Three-wicket hauls from Joel Garner and Viv Richards before An unbeaten superb  82 from opener Desmond Haynes steers to West Indies easy seven-wicket victory over Pakistan in a low-scoring game of the seventh match of a Benson and Hedges World Series Cup.

PAKISTAN scored 160/9 (44.4 Overs) with top scorer by Zaheer Abbas 35 (61) and Mudassar Nazar 30 (53)

Australia best bowler by Joel Garner 3/23 (9) and Viv Richards 3/52 (10)

WEST INDIES chased 161/3 (42.2 Overs) with top scorer by Desmond Haynes 82 not out (135) and Clive Lloyd 32 (50)

Pakistan best bowler by Wasim Raja 1/26 (10) and Sarfraz Nawaz 1/29 (10)

This match reported by SMH Staff (Third Party Reference from SMH)

An unbeaten 82 by Desmond Haynes gave the West Indies an easy win over Pakistan in their one-day Benson and Hedges World Series Cup match at the WACA in Perth.

The opener, later named Man of the Match, was rock-like against a Pakistani attack that, early in the innings, took two quick wickets.

Chasing the Pakistani's meagre total of 160 off 44.4 overs, the Windies lost Faoud Bacchus for 4 and Viv Richards for 8. Clive Lloyd made 32 before he was caught and bowled by Wasim Raja.

Haynes and Gomes put the result beyond doubt with some spirited batting that brought victory with seven wickets and 7.4 overs to spare. Pakistan earlier started well, with opener Mudassar Nazar picking up 30 in stylish fashion, before edging a ball to Richards at second slip, off Malcolm Marshall's bowling.

Javed Miandad and Zaheer Abbas were well into stride and had collected 45 runs when off-spinner Viv Richards struck, to dismiss them both in the space of four overs.

Experienced Pakistan batsman Majid Khan did not play, after slipping the dressing room and injuring himself. The West Indies have now won two of their four matches — as have Australia — in the Benson and Hedges World Series Cup. while Pakistan have won three of their six contests. Australia clash with the West Indies tomorrow.

Desmond Haynes named Player of the match for his match-winning superb unbeaten 82-runs knocked off facing 135-balls including 12-fours.



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