Pakistan vs West Indies 3rd ODI 1986 Article

Read the article of Pakistan vs West Indies 3rd ODI 1986 - West Indies tour of Pakistan 5-match one-day international series of the 3rd ODI match played between West Indies and Pakistan at Jinnah Stadium, Sialkot in 14th November 1986.

Courtney Walsh and Malcolm Marshall's combined 5-wickets before Desmond Haynes, Richie Richardson and Jeff Dujon's thirties helped to West Indies convincing four-wicket victory over Pakistan and took an unbeatable 3-0 lead to seal the series in a incident game of the third ODI.

Pakistan scored 148-7 in the alloted 45 overs with top scorer by Javed Miandad hit 34 off consuming 76-balls including two boundaries.

Manzoor Elahi blasted a unbeaten 24 off 17-balls including 2-fours & a six with strike rate of 141.17 and Debutant Ijaz Ahmed - who scored 19 off 23-balls on his debut ODI match - included 2-fours.

West Indies best bowler by Courtney Walsh picked up 3-wickets for 38-runs in 9-overs including a maiden, Malcolm Marshall took 2-wickets and one for Winston Benjamin - Roger Harper.

West Indies chased 151-6 in 44.3 overs with top scorer by Jeff Dujon cracked a 38 off 39-balls including 4-fours & 2-sixes.

Desmond Haynes scored 38 off consuming 89-balls including four boundaries, Richie Richardson consumed 36 off 86-balls included 4-fours and Gus Logie 25.

Pakistan best bowler by Saleem Jaffar took 2-wickets and one for Imran Khan - Shoaib Mohammad.

This match reported by The Daily Telegraph Staff (Third Party Reference from The Daily Telegraph)

POLICE fired tear gas in Sialkot, Pakistan today to disperse would be spectators before the third one-day cricket international between Pakistan and West Indies, which the visitors won in the final over.

West Indies' four-wicket victory gave them a winning 3-0 lead in the five-match series. They needed to score at a little over three runs an over after Pakistan made 148 for seven from their 45 overs, but had only three balls to spare when they reached 151 for six.

A capacity crowd of 25,000 at Sialkot's Jinnah Stadium watched the match. A further 5,000 had to be dispersed after trying to force their way into the ground.

In another incident 10 people were injured when they fell out of a tree overlooking the stadium.

Oranges banned

The authorities had banned apples and oranges from the ground to stop them being used as missiles. They had also ordered a search of spectators for firecrackers and bottles.

Chasing the Pakistan total, West Indies lost their opener Gordon Greenidge with only one on the scoreboard.

But Desmond Haynes and Richie Richardson put on 78 for the second wicket before Richardson was brilliantly run out by Javed Miandad. Haynes followed in a similar fashion.

West Indies skipper Viv Richards lasted one delivery. He was bowled by Shoaib Mohammad for his third nought of the tour.

Gus Logie and wicketkeeper Jeff Dujon staged a rescue operation that led to West Indies' victory. Dujon, bowled for 38, including four boundaries and two sixes, received the man-of-the-match award.

Earlier Miandad had top score for Pakistan with 34 in a modest total aided considerably by 33 extras, including 22 wides.



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