Pakistan have swept away in Nottingham for ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 opener against the West Indies at Trent Bridge.
Pakistan scored only 21.4 overs, their lowest innings in terms of the number of balls in a World Cup match. 105 runs is also their second-lowest total in a World Cup following the 74 that Imran Khan’s men executed during the 1992 World Cup match against England.
West Indies started after that , but was generating runs at an lightening speed. This prepared the team to score 108 runs at the end of 13.4 overs. Additionally they lose only 3 wickets throughout the play. Pakistan tried hard but nevertheless it’s not their day at the conclusion.
West Indies had taken it down so easily which pushed the first victory to the team in World Cup 2019.Share this to your,