West Indies vs Pakistan 1st Match Benson & Hedges World Series Cup 1988-89 Highlights

Watch the highlights of West Indies vs Pakistan 1st Match Benson & Hedges World Series Cup 1988-89 - Benson & Hedges World Series Cup one-day international tournament of the 1st ODI match played between Pakistan and West Indies at Adelaide Oval in 10th December 1988.

Openers Desmond Haynes's record-equal 11th ODI hundred and Gordon Greenidge's brilliant half-century before Pace bowler Malcolm Marshall's four-wicket haul gives West Indies thumping 89-run victory over Pakistan, despite a opener Ramiz Raja's unbeaten 69 in the opening match of a Benson and Hedges World Series Cup.

Match Stats :
  • West Indies' 89-run win was their joint largest victory by terms of runs against Pakistan in ODIs, jointly their 89-run win at Multan in 1986.
  • 11 : Desmond Haynes equalled a joint most centuries hit in One-day internationals, jointly with Viv Richards' 11-hundreds.
  • Desmond Haynes became the second West Indies batsman to scored two centuries against Pakistan in ODIs after Gordon Greenidge's 2-hundreds.
  • 169 : Gordon Greenidge and Desmond Haynes set up the second highest first-wicket partnership for West Indies against Pakistan in One-day international, The highest is 182-run stand between these pair at Melbourne in 1981 and the West Indies' fourth highest opening stand in ODIs.

West Indies scored 269-9 in the alloted 47 overs with top scorer by Desmond Haynes hit 111 off 107-balls - which was his 11th ODI hundred and his second century against Pakistan in ODIs.

Gordon Greenidge struck 70 off 83-balls including 8-fours & a six, Malcolm Marshall 20 and Carl Hooper 15.

Pakistan best bowler by Abdul Qadir picked up 3-wickets for 34-runs in 9-overs, Imran Khan, Tauseef Ahmed both took 2-wickets and one for Wasim Akram - Aaqib Javed.

Pakistan scored 180-7 in 47 overs with top scorer by Ramiz Raja scored a unbeaten 69 off consuming 127-balls including a boundary.

Javed Miandad hit 38 off 63-balls including 3-fours and Ijaz Ahmed 26.

West Indies best bowler by Malcolm Marshall claimed a 4-wickets for 34-runs in 10-overs including a maiden, Curtly Ambrose, Winston Benjamin and Courtney Walsh each took one-wickets.

Desmond Haynes named Player of the match for his record-equal batting performance to scored a magnificent 111-runs knocked off facing 107-balls including 8-fours and 4-sixes with strike rate of 103.73.



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