TRINIDAD – Pakistan comfortably beat World T20 Champions West Indies in the fourth and final T20 by seven wickets to take the four-match series 3-1, on Sunday, April 2, at Queen’s Park Oval, Port of Spain, Trinidad.
Pakistan skipper Sarfraz Ahmed won the toss and elected to bat first, taking no unnecessary risk in the series decider.
In the dawn of match, Windies openers started well. Lewis was unlucky to find short mid wicket on his 7. But, Chadwick Walton was lucky enough to score 40 runs off 31, he supported the West Indies innings very much. Whereas at the One-down Samuels make 22 of 21 balls.
The players came after they failed to increase the score card till the arrival of Braithwaite who remain undefeated and scored 37 runs till the end of the innings. Last over was bowled by Hassan Ali who bowled tight and left West Indies on 124/8.
Young gun Shadab Khan was once again star bowler from Pakistan, he bowled his four-over quota, giving away just 16 runs for 2 wickets.
Pakistan started their innings quiet calmly they were no rush down to chase the target earlier, unlucky Kamran Akmal lost his wicket at the hands of Marlin Samuels he scored 20 runs off 21 balls.
His partner Ahmed Shahzad carried out the innings with the incomming batsman Babar Azam. The duo plad smoothly with out any sign of hastle until 13th over when Badree hit for two sixes in a over.
Pakistan were cruising to victory before Ahmed Shehzad (51) got out just 14 runs before the target. His partner, Babar Azam scored 38 runs to take the game home (almost). Pakistan won it by 7 wickets with 6 balls to spare.