Pakistan vs West Indies 2nd Match Champions Trophy 1988 Highlights

Watch the highlights of Pakistan vs West Indies 2nd Match Champions Trophy 1988 - Champions Trophy three-nation one-day international tournament of the 2nd ODI match played between West Indies and Pakistan at Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium, Sharjah in 18th October 1988.

Top-order batsmens Mudassar Nazar, Ramiz Raja, Javed Miandad's fifties and Saleem Malik's superb 42 before Pace bowler Wasim Akram's three-wicket haul helped to Pakistan's record 89-run victory over West Indies, despite a brilliant century by opener Gordon Greenidge's tenth ODI hundred in the second match of a Champions Trophy.

Match Stats :
  • Pakistan's 89-run win was their largest victory by terms of runs against West Indies in ODIs, previous biggest win by 50-runs at Port of Spain earlier in this year.
  • Gordon Greenidge became the first West Indies batsman to scored two centuries against Pakistan in ODI cricket history.
  • Gordon Greenidge became the third West Indies batsman to scored ten centuries in ODIs and also overall the third player in ODIs after Viv Richards (11) and Desmond Haynes (10).
  • 9 : Gordon Greenidge equalled a joint second most hundreds hit in ODIs, jointly with Desmond Haynes' 11-centuries.

Pakistan scored 294-6 in 50 overs with top scorer by Javed Miandad hammered a 79 off 67-balls including 4-fours & 3-sixes with strike rate of 117.91.

Ramiz Raja cracked a 64 off 85-balls including 4-fours, Mudassar Nazar struck 64 off 99-balls included 6-fours.

Saleem Malik hit 42 off 35-balls including 4-fours & a six with strike rate of 120 and Ijaz Ahmed scored 16 off 11-balls included 2-fours.

West Indies best bowler by Curtly Ambrose strikes two-wickets, Ian Bishop, Roger Harper, Carl Hooper and Patrick Patterson each took one-wickets.

West Indies scored 210-5 in 50 overs with top scorer by Gordon Greenidge hit a unbeaten 102 off 154-balls - which was his 10th ODI hundred and his second century against Pakistan in ODIs - including 5-fours.

Jeff Dujon hit 37 off 55-balls including a boundary and Roger Harper scored a unbeaten 22 off 45-balls included a four.

Pakistan best bowler by Wasim Akram picked up 3-wickets and Mudassar Nazar took one-wicket.

Wasim Akram named Player of the match for his brilliant bowling performance to picked up 3-wickets for 37-runs in 9-overs and took two catches.

Javed Miandad's 79 off 87-balls



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