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12th Match, Group B, Sophia Gardens, Cardiff, 12 June 2017

Sri Lanka vs Pakistan

Pakistan 2nd Inn:237/7 (44.5)

Sarfraz Ahmed* 61 (79);Mohammad Amir 28 (43);
Lasith Malinga* 9.5-2-52-1; Asela Gunaratne 5-0-19-0;

Last bat: Fahim Ashraf

Result: Pakistan won by 3 wkts.

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Pakistan Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
Azhar Ali c Kusal Mendis & b Lakmal 34 50 2 1 68
Fakhar Zaman c Gunaratne & b N Pradeep 50 36 8 1 138.89
Babar Azam c Dhananjaya de Silva & b N Pradeep 10 18 1 0 55.56
Mohammad Hafeez c N Pradeep & b Thisara Perera 1 5 0 0 20
Shoaib Malik c Dickwella & b Malinga 11 20 1 0 55
Sarfraz Ahmed(c) & (wk) not out 61 79 5 0 77.22
Imad Wasim c Dickwella & b N Pradeep 4 3 1 0 133.33
Fahim Ashraf runout (Thisara Perera) 15 15 1 1 100
Mohammad Amir not out 28 43 1 0 65.12
Junaid Khan dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Hasan Ali dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
             
Extras(b - 4, lb - 6, w - 13, nb - 0)23
Total(237 for 7 in 44.5 overs)237 (5.29 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/74 (Fakhar Zaman, 11.2 ov.) 2/92 (Babar Azam, 15.4 ov.) 3/95 (Mohammad Hafeez, 16.5 ov.)
4/110 (Azhar Ali, 19.2 ov.) 5/131 (Shoaib Malik, 24.5 ov.) 6/137 (Imad Wasim, 25.4 ov.)
7/162 (Fahim Ashraf, 29.5 ov.)   
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
Lasith Malinga 9.5 2 52 1 5.29 (4w)
Suranga Lakmal 10 0 48 1 4.8 (2w)
Nuwan Pradeep 10 0 60 3 6 (3w)
Thisara Perera 8 0 43 1 5.38 (4w)
Asela Gunaratne 5 0 19 0 3.8  
Danushka Gunathilaka 1 0 2 0 2  
Dhananjaya de Silva 1 0 3 0 3  
               

Sri Lanka Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
Niroshan Dickwella(wk) c Sarfraz & b Amir 73 86 4 0 84.88
Danushka Gunathilaka c Shoaib Malik & b Junaid Khan 13 20 2 0 65
Kusal Mendis b Hasan Ali 27 29 4 0 93.1
Dinesh Chandimal b Fahim Ashraf 0 2 0 0 0
Angelo Mathews(c) b Amir 39 54 2 1 72.22
Dhananjaya de Silva c Sarfraz & b Junaid Khan 1 6 0 0 16.67
Asela Gunaratne c Fakhar Zaman & b Hasan Ali 27 44 1 0 61.36
Thisara Perera c Babar Azam & b Junaid Khan 1 5 0 0 20
Suranga Lakmal b Hasan Ali 26 34 3 0 76.47
Lasith Malinga not out 9 14 0 0 64.29
Nuwan Pradeep c & b Fahim Ashraf 1 3 0 0 33.33
             
Extras(b - 1, lb - 5, w - 12, nb - 1)19
Total(236 all out in 49.2 overs)236 (4.78 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/26 (Danushka Gunathilaka, 5.1 ov.) 2/82 (Kusal Mendis, 14.5 ov.) 3/83 (Dinesh Chandimal, 15.1 ov.)
4/161 (Angelo Mathews, 31.2 ov.) 5/162 (Dhananjaya de Silva, 32.3 ov.) 6/162 (Niroshan Dickwella, 33.1 ov.)
7/167 (Thisara Perera, 34.6 ov.) 8/213 (Suranga Lakmal, 44.3 ov.) 9/232 (Asela Gunaratne, 48.1 ov.)
10/236 (Nuwan Pradeep, 49.2 ov.)   
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
Mohammad Amir 10 0 53 2 5.3 (6w)
Junaid Khan 10 3 40 3 4 (2w)
Imad Wasim 8 1 33 0 4.13  
Fahim Ashraf 6.2 0 37 2 5.85 (2w)
Hasan Ali 10 0 43 3 4.3 (1w)
Mohammad Hafeez 5 0 24 0 4.8 (1w)
               
All|Overs 1-50
D

to Azhar Ali, no run, chance and dropped, Sri Lanka need to hang onto their chances, this was a pretty straightforward chance and Gunathilaka has spilled it. Short and wide of off, Azhar Ali got on top of the bounce and cracked it behind square on the off-side, in and out of Gunathilaka's hands, doesn't look too impressed

OT

to Fakhar Zaman, 1 run, Azhar Ali would have been struggling had Gunathilaka collected the ball cleanly. He's having a tough time in the field so far, Fakhar dropped one in front of cover-point and set-off for a quick single. Azhar Ali was on his heels and has to make a sprawling dive as the fielder rushed onto the ball, a good collection and a direct hit - that would have been the end of Azhar

4

to Fakhar Zaman, FOUR, slower full-toss from - but Fakhar has spotted it early, waits on it and drives it through the gap past cover-point, no need to run for those

4

to Fakhar Zaman, FOUR, back-to-back boundaries for Fakhar, hint of width outside off, he leans forward, plays with an open face and finds the gap past cover-point, two men gave chase - but the ball wins the race

4

to Fakhar Zaman, FOUR, cracking shot, overpitched and wide of off, Fakhar leans into the drive and finds the gap to the right of cover, the timing is sublime and the ball rolls away to the fence

4

to Fakhar Zaman, FOUR, Fakhar is playing a different game though, short and on the leg-stump, he swivels across, rolls his wrists over and pulls it very fine and into the fence, he's raced away to 17

4

to Azhar Ali, FOUR, Azhar breaks the shackles, tad too short and just outside off, Azhar swivels across and pulls it over mid-wicket, a couple of bounces and over the ropes

6

Perera to Azhar Ali, SIX, off all men - it's Azhar who has deposited the ball into river Taff. What a welcome for and they are calling for a new replacement. This came from nowhere, a gentle length ball from , Azhar charged down the track, freed his arms and sent it sailing back over the bowler's head, a long way out of the stadium

4

Perera to Fakhar Zaman, FOUR, Fakhar wants to join the fun, they are fancying the pace of . Fakhar comes down the track and drills a length ball back past the bowler, no need to run for those

4

to Fakhar Zaman, FOUR, edged and four, similar to how Fakhar was dismissed against South Africa, he was pushing at one that left him, got a thick edge - high off the bat. The ball bounces just in front of first slip, who can't stop it either, rolls away to the fence

6

to Fakhar Zaman, SIX, another ball that's gone lost and into river Taff, but will feel unlucky. Fakhar was swinging across on the line to one that went away with the angle, gets a steepling top-edge - high and over the keeper's head. It kept going, going and out of the stadium

4

to Fakhar Zaman, FOUR, wrong line from , short and angling into the pads, all Fakhar needs to do is to help it on its way, he does so and beats Malinga at short fine

4

to Fakhar Zaman, FOUR, short, room, uses the pace of the bowler and runs it down past slip and short third man for a four. One away from a maiden fifty!

OT

to Fakhar Zaman, 1 run, there it is! The crowd erupts for the young man! Fifty. Maiden one. He joined Navy at 16, a decade late he is still making Pakistan proud. That was just dabbed into the off-side for a single. The celebration was just a hoist of the bat and soaked in the moment

W

to Fakhar Zaman, out Caught by Gunaratne!! The short ball does it for . The batsman tried hooking it, took his eyes of the ball and the big fat top edge landed in the bucket like hands of Asela at deep fine leg. A big wicket for Lanka. Fifty and gone for Fakhar Zaman. Do Sri Lanka have an opening? directed the short ball really well forcing the batsman to go for the shot. Fakhar Zaman c Gunaratne b 50(36) [4s-8 6s-1]

4

to Babar Azam, FOUR, short again, dismissive is Babar Azam. Stands up tall, meets the ball on the rise and threads it to the right of the man at point, who escorts the ball to the fence

W

to Babar Azam, out Caught by de Silva!! A harmless length delivery onto the pads and clipped straight to the man at mid-wicket. How many times have we seen this? A wicket after a break. Cliched it might sound. But another huge wicket for Lanka. gets his second of the evening. That was not a wicket taking delivery. A bit to the left or to the right of that fielder and the batsman would have taken four for that but not to be. de Silva pouching it easy. Babar Azam c de Silva b 10(18) [4s-1]

W

Perera to Hafeez, out Caught by Pradeep!! Another soft dismissal. Panic pressing the famous self destruct button. That was a delivery onto the hips, the batsman trying to close the face of the bat only manages a leading edge. Man from mid-on comes in and takes it and also ensures the man from mid-wicket doesn't barge into him as well. That seemed as if it held onto him a bit or maybe he played it early. Pakistan are frittering all the advantage garnered by their opening duo. Hafeez c Pradeep b Perera 1(5)

4

Perera to Shoaib Malik, FOUR, Malik comes out for some nets. Eh, is it? That was creamed on the up. Full and wide, the bait was there as there was a huge gap through the covers and Shoaib Malik sizzled the drive through the off-side

4

to Azhar Ali, FOUR, the deft ramp! Allows the ball to come to him, the short ball, then directs the ball over the keeper and into the fence. That was expertly done. The team ton is up as well

W

to Azhar Ali, out Caught by Kusal Mendis!! Looks to glide it away and the edge is taken by the man at widish slip. The ball flew to him at a brisk pace and a reverse cup from Mendis helps gulp that. He was falling away from the line of the ball and takes it just over his left shoulder. The ball somehow stuck in his hands as the momentum on the ball wanted to burst through his hands. Azhar Ali c Kusal Mendis b 34(50) [4s-2 6s-1]

4

to Sarfraz, FOUR, the batsman creams it away! Past the man at point and it sped away into the fence. That was an overpitched delivery and the batsman lent into the drive with the weight going into the shot

OT

to Sarfraz, 1 run, almost a goner was the skipper! A gentle push into the covers, called for a single, then said no and then went for it. The throw, had it been a direct one at the bowler's end would have sent the batsman packing back. Ahmed survives

OT

to Sarfraz, 1 run, Pakistan are playing with fire here. Had it been another direct hit at the bowler's end and the skippy was a goner again. Pushed it to mid-on and started scampering, then dived but it would have been too late had the throw been on-target

W

to Shoaib Malik, out Caught by Dickwella!! Yorker..Yorker..Yorker..Short and a wicket! The batsman gets a faint nick of the glove as he looked to pull to give Lanka wicket number 5. The batsman expecting another full ball receives a short one and is hurried into a pull only to edge it. exults, the Lankan camp erupts. Still 106 needed. We have a cracker in store. Shoaib Malik c Dickwella b 11(20) [4s-1]

4

to Imad Wasim, FOUR, stays his crease, goes down on his knees and crisps the drive to beat the man at cover. The round the wicket delivery was full but provided room

W

to Imad Wasim, out Caught by Dickwella!! Lame, that is lame from Imad Wasim as he hung his bat outside off for Pakistan to be hanging by a thread in this game. went back to over the wicket for this ball, slanted it away on a length and had the batsman pushing at it. The push took the edge and went into the mitts for the cry of anguish to be seen on his face. Frustrating for the skipper at the other end as well. Imad Wasim c Dickwella b 4(3) [4s-1]

6

to Fahim Ashraf, SIX, short ball at the body and the batsman has pulled it over the man at fine leg. He took on the bowler, the reputation and the length, got a top edge and lent muscle on it to help it sail over the man at fine leg. A big smile on the face of as he knew it could have gone anywhere

4

to Fahim Ashraf, FOUR, short ball again, he goes for the pull again, the top edge goes fine and lands just short of the ropes to crash into the fence. The young man is fearless

4

to Fahim Ashraf, leg byes, FOUR, the ball balloons over the keeper. No wood or gloves but it goes over. Pakistan will take the runs. He tried to tuck it, the ball might have taken the arm guard on its way to the fence. But a good over from Pakistan's point of view comes to an end

OT

to Sarfraz, 1 run, THIRD TIME LUCKY IS Sarfraz! That was dinked into the on-side and he called for a suicidal single. A direct from the sliding mid-wicket fielder at the bowler's end would not have allowed Sarfraz any more participation in this game

W

Perera to Sarfraz, out Fahim Ashraf Run Out!! They are going upstairs for a run-out query. A drive from Sarfraz took the fingers of the bowler and landed on the sticks at the bowler's end. Is Fahim Ashraf gone? Oh, yes!! Lazy from him. Tried to plonk his bat in as he didn't anticipate the ball to come back and hit the sticks. But he is now. That's a long walk back. He was not backing up too far. The bowler got a major part of his hand on the ball and that allowed the non-striker to get back but he didn't really was ready for a reaction in time. In the end, run-out by a hair's breadth. Fahim Ashraf run out ( Perera) 15(15) [4s-1 6s-1]

4

to Sarfraz, FOUR, a Pakistan fan in the crowd roars. Look at him! This is soft from Sarfraz. Waits and dabs it late, very late. Third man has too much work to do. Runs across to his right and puts in the dive, but not good enough. Ends up diving all over

D

to Sarfraz, no run, Thisara Perera might have dropped a semifinal spot! Slower ball - who didn't expect this? - that's been chipped straight to mid-on and it's down. What a shame. "In and out," says Ganguly on air as Perera fails to latch onto it. Straight to him and he's found a way to ricochet it away off his shoulder. Sarfraz misread the pace completely here but survives. Lucky men do. is fuming, walks away towards cover. Mathews is on his knees..

D

to Sarfraz, 1 run, and Prasanna drops Sarfraz now. This was a tougher chance. A micued pull from Sarfraz - gee, he's walked in with some luck - Prasanna runs in from deep square and almost gets there. Stretches to take this but the impact had him losing the ball. . Go to someone. Wrap an arm around him and calm him down. He has outsourced his nightmare to Sri Lanka's fielders

4

to Amir, byes, FOUR, Cardiff is brimming with noise. Slower delivery going across with the angle, Amir actually misses his touchy glance here but the keeper here - oh dear. Wasn't prepared for the slower ball, had his thighs open and the ball deflects off his left. And runs through

4

to Sarfraz, FOUR, this is self-inflicted mental disintegration. A wide down leg and Sarfraz glances it to fine leg. Just needed a mini swivel of the hips

4

to Sarfraz, FOUR, Sarfraz is timing them now. He's timing a semifinal spot for Pakistan. Gets a full ball that's off-pace and he's driven it away. And done it so elegantly through covers. No force. How do you focus on timing when the nerves incite your arms into warfare? That's Sarfraz for you. What a man. Hoists his fifty but try telling him that. He won't listen. Might not even be aware

OT

to Amir, 1 run, slider. Clipped away gently. Mid-wicket runs in and under-arms the ball but misses. And Sarfraz was in at the striker's end with a dive. A dive reeking of ambition

4

to Amir, FOUR, promote Amir up the order. He's nailed a drive here. Dropped outside off and he's reached out on front foot and opened the shot through cover-point, brilliantly finding the placement. 11 off 36 needed

4

to Sarfraz, FOUR, take a bow, Sarfraz. He's running around, pumping fist, breathing fire. He has ushered Pakistan into the most unlikeliest of semifinals ever. Gets a short ball that's been dropped slow outside off. Waits. Waits some more. Licks his lips. Sees a win in sight. And taps it uppishly through third man. It runs away. The ball runs away and takes Sri Lanka with it

4

to Dickwella, FOUR, and he's away. Width from and Dickwella pounces onto it. Does not try to overhit the drive, just leans across a tad and creams it through the vacant cover-point region. The fast outfield does the rest

4

Khan to Gunathilaka, FOUR, cracked! Bad delivery and it is punished. Short and outside off, Gunathilaka had the space to free his arms and he slaps it through extra cover, raced away to the fence

4

Khan to Gunathilaka, FOUR, not where he intended, but Gunathilaka will take the final result. Fuller and on off, Gunathilaka wanted to go through the line and over mid-on, off the inner part of the bat and over mid-wicket. The ball has enough to reach the ad cushions

4

Khan to Dickwella, FOUR, has a wry smile on his face. He knows that he didn't do much wrong there. Good length ball on off, Dickwella shuffles across, goes down on one knee and scoops it gun-barrel straight over Sarfraz, one bounce and into the fence. Audacious!

W

Khan to Gunathilaka, out Caught by Shoaib Malik!! There's the wicket Pakistan needed badly. Sarfraz opted to bowl and the Sri Lankan openers had started to flex their muscles, this wicket will keep a lid on proceedings. Nothing shot really from Gunathilaka. Back of a length delivery just outside off, Gunathilaka goes on his toes to punch it on the up, the ball hits the splice of the bat and balloons to mid-off. Easy catch for Malik. Gunathilaka c Shoaib Malik b Khan 13(20) [4s-2]

4

Khan to Kusal Mendis, FOUR, shot of the day! Tells you the kind of form Mendis is in. Not much wrong with the delivery. Good length aimed for the top of off, Mendis presents the full face of the bat and knocks it down the ground. The timing was superb as the ball gained pace as it raced across the turf

4

Khan to Kusal Mendis, FOUR, poor delivery and Mendis ain't missing out. Back of a length and on the legs, Mendis was on the back foot but was leaning into the flick shot, placed it in front of square and the ball raced away

4

Khan to Kusal Mendis, FOUR, short and not much venom behind the delivery, sat up nicely for Mendis, who is always on the back foot, he swivels and pulls it square on the leg-side, second boundary of the over

4

Wasim to Dickwella, FOUR, Dickwella is a smart batsman. He knows that is darting them through, takes advantage of the pace and dabs it fine past short third man, no chance hunting that down

4

Ali to Kusal Mendis, FOUR, welcome to the crease Ali. Gentle length delivery outside off, Mendis leans forward, brings his bat down in a straight arc and drives it past mid-off. Malik escorts the ball to the fence. The bottom hand comes off the bat handle and still Mendis got the timing spot on

W

Ali to Kusal Mendis, out Bowled!! Cleaned 'im up. That's a jaffa of a delivery. To get rid of an in-form batsman, it had to be special. Back of a length delivery that hits the seam jags back in, Mendis like he's done all through the innings does not commit forward and hangs on the back foot, the ball sneaks past the inside edge and hits the top of middle. Had been forward, he could have negotiated it better. Nonetheless, a breakthrough for Pakistan and they have broken this partnership which had started to go into the dangerous territory. Kusal Mendis b Ali 27(29) [4s-4]

W

Ashraf to Chandimal, out Bowled!! Two wickets in succession. Ashraf has his maiden ODI wicket. Chandimal goes without troubling anyone. Another loose shot from a Sri Lankan batsman. Full and outside off, Chandimal goes hard on the drive, the ball holds its line to find the inside edge, kisses the leg-stump on the way to fine leg. The bails are lit and Chandimal has to walk back. Chandimal b Ashraf 0(2)

OT

to Dickwella, 1 run, fifty for Dickwella. After starting briskly, he's playing the sheet anchor role now. Mathews walks up and congratulates the youngster. Raise of the bat to acknowledge the applause. Plants his front foot forward and works it square on the leg-side

4

Ashraf to Mathews, FOUR, ends the drought of boundaries. Poor ball from Ashraf, a throwdown delivery indeed. A low full toss on the pads, easy getaway for Mathews. Just uses his quicksilver wrists and flicks it with lot of ferocity in front of square on the leg-side. Splits two men in the deep to perfection

6

to Mathews, SIX, Mathews has had enough, sees it big and hits it even bigger. Uses his feet to meet the pitch and sends the ball soaring over long-on with a meaty blow

4

Wasim to Dickwella, FOUR, that's a gift from Wasim, a rare loose ball and Dickwella makes him pay. Leans nicely forward and creams the drive through extra cover. The ball races away to the fence

4

to Mathews, FOUR, is greeted to the crease with a boundary in his new spell. Mathews is getting a move on here. Charges down the track and smacks it right off the screws over mid-on. He knew the fielder was inside the ring and took a chance. One bounce and over the ropes

W

to Mathews, out Bowled!! The drinks break has done the trick. strikes and it's a big, big wicket for Pakistan. Top stuff from , nipped it back sharply from a length. Mathews wanted to half tuck/flick. A nothing shot really. The ball gained some extra bounce, snaps the inside edge and then strikes the pad before crashing onto the stumps. First wicket for in the tournament and oh boy! He's pumped. The Pakistani crowd find their voice back. Mathews b 39(54) [4s-2 6s-1]

W

Khan to de Silva, out Caught by Sarfraz!! Got him. Two wickets in two overs. Half the Sri Lankan side back in the hut now. What a passage of play for Pakistan. So, the replacement for KJP doesn't bore fruit for Sri Lanka. Excellent nut from , shortened his length and curled away just a bit, squares up de Silva. He fails to account for the nip and edges it behind. The skipper makes no mistake as he clasps it with ease. de Silva c Sarfraz b Khan 1(6)

W

to Dickwella, out Caught by Sarfraz!! Is that taken? It is. Pakistan are on a roll here. Tremendous stuff. The well-set batsman gone back to the hut and Sri Lanka slip further into the mire. Second wicket for and three wickets in three overs. Unbelievable cricket. This was full and tailed back in a touch, Dickwella plays all round it. Squirts an inside edge and the ball was dipping on Sarfraz. He dives to his right and takes a smart low catch. Dickwella c Sarfraz b 73(86) [4s-4]

W

Khan to Thisara Perera, out Caught by Babar Azam!! Another one bites the dust. Sri Lanka are in a disarry. Lose their seventh wicket. Third wicket for , he's on fire. Just slanted it away just outside off and Perera went hard at it. Feeds an outside edge and carried at a nice height to widish first slip. Babar Azam pouches it reverse-cupped in front of his face. What's the hurry, Sri Lanka? Thisara Perera c Babar Azam b Khan 1(5)

4

Ali to Lakmal, FOUR, cracking shot, wide half-volley from , Lakmal got a big stride forward and drills it wide of extra-cover, no need to run for those. Handy runs for Lakmal and Sri Lanka

4

Ali to Lakmal, FOUR, Lakmal is batting positively, he's looking to wrest the initiative back in his team's favour. Length delivery outside off, he gets a big stride forward and lifts it through the line, mid-off was inside the ring and has no chance. Expensive over from

4

to Lakmal, FOUR, Lakmal is playing a fine cameo, on a good length and from round the wicket, Lakmal gets forward and lifts it back over the bowler's head, a couple of bounces and over the ropes

W

Ali to Lakmal, out Bowled!! breaks the frustrating partnership, Lakmal doesn't realize that he's been cleaned up, is shown the stumps by the bowler and asked to go on his way. Nevertheless, a handy cameo from the Sri Lankan bowler. Change of pace working a treat for , this was the slower off-cutter, Lakmal was way too early on the swing once again - went through with the shot even before the ball arrived, it went past the frailing bat and tipped the top of the off-stump, enough for the zing bails to get disturbed. Lakmal b Ali 26(34) [4s-3]

D

Khan to Gunaratne, 1 run, chance and dropped, that was a sitter and Fahim has dropped a regulation catch. This was full and just outside off, Gunaratne changed his stance and played the reverse sweep, straight at short third man. Fahim hopped, got both hands and only manages to palm it away

OT

Ali to Malinga, 1 run, a direct hit and Malinga was a goner. Hafeez had plenty of time on his shy, aims and misses, Malinga had given up. It was a full-toss and Malinga pushed it in front of cover, called for a non-existent single and gave up mid-way

4

Ali to Gunaratne, FOUR, lovely shot, how would you describe this shot, length ball on the stumps, Gunaratne shapes up for the paddle sweep, realizes that the length is a fraction too full, walks across, holds the bat in a parabolic shape and laps it over the keeper's head, one bounce and over the ropes

W

Ali to Gunaratne, out Caught by Fakhar Zaman!! has his third wicket, change of pace does the trick once again. This was the slower off-cutter, on a good length and just outside off, Gunaratne went a long way across on the swipe, he had to manufacture all the power behind the shot, was looking to clear the long boundary as well - doesn't get hold of the shot and holes out to Fakhar at deep square leg. Gunaratne c Fakhar Zaman b Ali 27(44) [4s-1]

W

Ashraf to Pradeep, out Caught&Bowled!! That's a dolly and Sri Lanka have been bowled out for 236. Ashraf finishes with two wickets and Pakistan have done exceedingly well to limit their sub-continental foes to a manageble total. Coming to the ball, it was short and on the stumps, Pradeep was looking to nudge it towards the on-side, closed the face of the bat early, gets a fat leading edge and it's a simple catch to the bowler. Pradeep c and b Ashraf 1(3)

India tour of West Indies 2017
Date Match RESULT
Jun 23 1st ODI
No Result
Jun 25 2nd ODI
India won by 105 runs
Jun 30 3rd ODI ---
Jul 2 4th ODI ---
Jul 6 5th ODI ---
Jul 9 Only T20 ---
Complete Schedule
India tour of West Indies 2017
Date Match RESULT
Jun 23 1st ODI
No Result
Jun 25 2nd ODI
India won by 105 runs
Jun 30 3rd ODI ---
Jul 2 4th ODI ---
Jul 6 5th ODI ---
Jul 9 Only T20 ---
Complete Schedule