PAKISTAN VS WEST INDIES 1st ODI MATCH HIGHLIGHTS AND UPDATES. Pakistan is ready to take on West Indies in the series of first ODI match today (Friday) at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Dubai. After thrilling success 3-0 over West Indies in T20 series now Pakistan will play 1st ODI match under different captains, it would be an interesting match to see that how Caribbean team give a response in the long form of cricket. The remaining two of three matches of one day international series between Pakistan and West Indies will play on 2nd October (Sunday) and 5th October (Wednesday) in Sharjah Stadium, Dubai.
West Indies have already won the toss and decided to field first against Pakistan in 1st ODI match, the Pakistan squad includes the captain Azhar Ali, Sarfaraz Ahmed, Sharjeel Khan, Shoaib Malik, Imad Waseem, Umar Akmal, Wahab Riaz, Hassan Ali, Sohail Khan, Babar Azam, Muhammad Rizwan, Muhammad Amir, Yasir Shah And Muhammad Nawaz. The Pakistan skipper Azhar Ali would be under great pressure but one of the good wins against West Indies would be enough for him to bring best for him and his Pakistani team.
Pakistan set the target of 285-runs for West Indies in 49 overs, the Pakistan team score 69 in first ten overs. At the 13.6 over Narine to Sharjeel khan six and fifty for Sharjeel, at 14.2 overs Sharjeel khan caught by Benn and at 17.4 overs Narine caught out Shoaib Malik. Babar Azam was also scored fifty at 24.6 over and got out by Benn, Pakistan was at 150/3 at 30 over. Holder to Sarfaraz and it is an out caught by Ramdin, at the end of over 40 Pakistan score 217/5. During the match after 44 over the one of the light tower of the stadium is not functioning properly and the player walks back to the pavilion and after a delay, the match continues for its last overs. Brathwaite bowled out Imad Waseem and run out Riaz at 46 over and the match ends by giving the target of 285. After the break, the West Indies starts bating and Imad Waseem opens the bowling. Now West Indies is at 46/2 and needs 244 more runs to win from 36 overs.