Pakistan vs West Indies 2nd Match Champions Trophy 1989 Highlights

Watch the highlights of Pakistan vs West Indies 2nd Match Champions Trophy 1989 - Champions Trophy three-nation one-day international tournament of the 2nd ODI match played between West Indies and India at Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium, Sharjah in 14th October 1989.

A remarkable five-wicket haul with a hat-trick by Wasim Akram after Saleem Malik's superb 74, Shoaib Mohammad and Imran Khan's each scored 45 helped to Pakistan stunning 11-run victory over West Indies, despite a Carlisle Best's unbeaten half-century in a dramatic finish contest of the second match of a Champions Trophy.

Match Stats :
  • Wasim Akram became the second Pakistan bowler to take a hat-trick in One-day international after Jalal-ud-Din and overall the fourth player in ODIs after Jalal-ud-Din, Bruce Reid and Chetan Sharma.
  • Wasim Akram became the second Pakistan bowler to take a five-wicket haul against West Indies in ODIs after Mudassar Nazar.
  • Wasim Akram became the second Pakistan bowler to take two five-wicket hauls in ODIs after Abdul Qadir.
  • Wasim Akram's 5 for 38 his second best bowling figures for Pakistan in One-day international and also the second best-bowling-figures by an Pakistan bowler against West Indies in ODIs.

Pakistan scored 250-8 in 50 overs with top scorer by Saleem Malik cracked a 74 off 81-balls including 4-fours.

Imran Khan struck 45 off 41-balls including 2-sixes & 2-fours, Shoaib Mohammad hit 45 off 87-balls included two boundaries, Debutant Shahid Saeed - who scored 22 off 43-balls on his debut ODI match - with a boundary and Ramiz Raja 17.

West Indies best bowler by Ian Bishop picked up 3-wickets for 49-runs in 10-overs, Curtly Ambrose took 2-wickets and one for Courtney Walsh - Viv Richards.

West Indies scored 239 for all-out in 48.4 overs with top scorer by Desmond Haynes hit 59 off 94-balls including 8-fours.

Carlisle Best cracked a unbeaten 53 off 68-balls including 2-fours, Viv Richards struck 46 off 45-balls included 5-fours & a six, Richie Richardson scored 31 off 45-balls with a boundary and Phil Simmons 16.

Pakistan best bowler by Wasim Akram 5-38, Imran Khan captured two-wickets, Shoaib Mohammad, Abdul Qadir and Mushtaq Ahmed.

Wasim Akram named Player of the match for his brilliant bowling performance to claimed a 5-wicket haul for 38-runs in 9.4-overs.

Wasim Akram Hat-trick Highlights



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