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WI vs PAK, 2nd ODI, Match Report
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Matches - Reports Tuesday, 26 April 2011 15:56
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2nd ODI: West Indies vs Pakistan (Winner: Pakistan)

Pakistan won by 7 wickets with 12 balls left (Dominance : WI 1% | Pakistan 97% | Equal 2%)

  Match Graph Match Scorecard  
Man of the Match : A Shehzad Beausejour Stadium, Gros Islet, St Lucia (25 April 2011)

WI were given a good start thanks to Simmons and despite losing Smith for 16 they reached 58/1 after 11, their COW up by 3% to 51%. However Bravo got out and Samuels who came in really struggled to core. Simmons scored a fast fifty but Samuels kept the run rate down as the spinners bowled tight spells. When Simmons got out WI were 91/3 after 21 with 45% COW. Wickets kept falling as no other batsman crossed 30 and WI were 220 all out with 40% COW. Pakistan also made a slow start and at ome point were 41/0 after 13 with 55% COW but Ahmed Shehzad century ensured they were always ahead of WI and late cameos by Misbah and Umar sealed the win in 48 overs.

  1st Innings (West Indies) - 50 overs Maximum  
arrow 11 overs: WI 58/1 WI 51% The Windies had a decent start with 58
      runs scored in the initial 11 overs despite losing Devon Smith for just 16, thanks to some good shots by Simmons and Bravo which increased WI's COW by 3% in this period
arrow 30 overs: WI 130/4 WI 43% After Darren Bravo fell in the 12th over,
      the WI run rate slowed down. Also Simmons and Edwards fell soon. WI's Chance came down to 43% by the end of 30 overs, a decrease of 8% in this period
arrow 38 overs: WI 173/6 WI 44% Soon after, WI lost Samuels in the
      33rd over and Dwayne Bravo followed suit in the next over. But Sammy and Baugh stood still and avoided a collapse. They scored 24 in the next 4 overs increasing WI's Chance by 1% in this period.
arrow 50 overs: WI 220 WI 40% Baugh departed in the next over and
      they lost 2 more wickets in the 1st over of Batting Powerplay. Roach, who managed to add a few more runs to the WI total, got out on the last ball. WI could only make 220 runs and had only 40% Chance of Winning the game.
  2nd Innings (Pakistan: Target 221) - 50 overs Maximum  
arrow 17 overs: PAK 64/0 WI 40% Pakistan had a slow start as they
      managed to score only 37 runs in 12 overs decreasing their COW to 55%, but Shehzad and Hafeez made up for it by scoring 27 runs in the next 5 overs bring their COW back to 60%. This period saw no overall change in any team's COW.
arrow 25 overs: WI 79/1 WI 50% This was probably the most slow part of
      the match as Pakistan could only score 15 runs in these 8 overs and also lost Hafeez. This period decreased Pakistan's Chance by 10%.
arrow 35 overs: PAK 136/2 PAK 56% Though Pakistan could not score much
      in the first 25 overs, they still had 9 wickets in hand with Shehzad already settled. With some good support from Shafiq, they scored 53 runs in the next 8 overs before Shafiq got out. Pakistan improved their Chance by 6% in this period.
arrow 48 overs: WI 223/3 PAK 100% Shehzad went on to score his century
      before getting out in the 46th over. But by then it was almost certain that Pakistan would win this match since their RRR was under 6 with 7 wickets still left. U Akmal and Misbah scored 27 off the next 2 overs making it a win for Pakistan.

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