Pakistan vs West Indies 4th ODI 1985 Article

Read the article of Pakistan vs West Indies 4th ODI 1985 - West Indies tour of Pakistan 5-match one-day international series of the 4th ODI match played between West Indies and Pakistan at Pindi Club Ground, Rawalpindi in 04th December 1985.

Opener Shoaib Mohammad's half-century with crucial wicket of Viv Richards and Javed Miandad's unbeaten half-century steers to Pakistan convincing five-wicket victory over West Indies, despite a brilliant unbeaten 92 by Richie Richardson and level the series with 2-2 in the fourth ODI.

* SHOAIB MOHAMMAD, son of Pakistan's former captain Hanif Mohammad, struck 53 and took the key wicket of Viv Richards to help his country square the one-day cricket series against West Indies

* The Pakistan won the fourth of the five One-day international matches by five wickets with five balls to remaining, scoring 203 for five after the West Indians hit 199 for lost eight wickets in their 40 overs.

* West Indies added their score around an unbeaten 92 by Richie Richardson. He survived a chance on 13 off pace bowler Waseem Akram to wicket-keeper Zulgarnain, who making his One-day international debut, and finished with the top scorer, including two sixes and 10 fours.

* Shoaib Mohammad, named man-of-the-match, and Qasim Omar launched Pakistan's solid reply with a partnership of 57, while Javed Miandad's 67 not out kept his side on course for victory.

West Indies scored 199-8 in 40 overs with top scorer by Richie Richardson cracked a unbeaten 92 off 118-balls including 10-fours & 2-sixes.

Desmond Haynes hit 23 off 39-balls including 3-fours, Viv Richards struck 21 off 16-balls included 4-fours and Malcolm Marshall 20.

Pakistan best bowler by Wasim Akram takes 2-wickets, Tauseef Ahmed, Abdul Qadir and Shoaib Mohammad each took one-wickets.

Pakistan chased 203-5 in 39.1 overs with top scorer by Javed Miandad cracked a unbeaten 67 off 82-balls including 2-fours & a six.

Shoaib Mohammad scored 53 off 80-balls including 3-fours & a six and Qasim Umar 27.

West Indies best bowler by Viv Richards, Joel Garner, Roger Harper and Courtney Walsh each took one-wickets.



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