Try different combinations: Pakistan’s captain Babar Azam leads the way to wipe out the West Indies in the ODI . series
Pakistan wiped out the West Indies team playing in their home conditions with the team’s all-round performance.
Babar Azam has been in brilliant form in the West Indies series. (Allowed: PTI)
- Pakistan beat West Indies 3-0
- Imam-ul-Haq is declared the man of the series
- Babar Azam played two excellent hits in the series
Pakistan captain Babar Azam looks upbeat after his team’s clean sheet against the West Indies on June 12 in Multan. Pakistan played well against the team led by Nicholas Pooran, first by showing strong batting in the first two games and then by Shadab Khan’s dazzling display in the third and final match. ODI finals.
Speaking after the final game of the series, Babar said that the result was due to the different combinations Pakistan used that kept Windies players guessing throughout the series.
Babar Azam said: “We have carried out our plan and achieved the desired results. We are trying different combinations with club and ball. We will try to maintain continuity and also bench endurance test”.
Tuesday’s ODI was a rare day off for Babar Azam, who came out on the cheap, but Pakistan were saved by Shadab Khan’s 86, allowing them to place a decent 269 total across the board. The score turned out to be sufficient in a rain-impacted match as the West Indies missed just 216 runs over 40 rounds. Shadab was once again the hero of the game picking up four braces from his nine passes.
Pakistan is in good form in ODI format, creating the best record at home and has some players in the top 10 rankings in the world. The list of beaters is led by Babar Azam himself, followed by Imam-ul-Haq, who won the man of the series against the West Indies.
Shaheen Shah Afridi, who was rested for the ODI final is the 6th ranked bowler in the world while the all-rounder list features Imad Wasim.
Speaking after the loss, West Indies captain Nicholas Pooran said that batting failures led to the Windies’ loss and that they wanted to improve on them.
“The last two games have been disappointing for us. We didn’t play well against batman. We played well as a team and going forward that will be the pattern,” the West Indies captain said. , Nicholas Pooran, quoted by the ICC.