Dekh Pakistan
West Indies vs Pakistan - Wills International Cup 1998/99 (Quarter-Final)
West Indies innings:289 (9 wickets, innings closed, 50 overs)
Pakistan innings:259 (9 wickets, innings closed, 50 overs)
West Indies won by 30 runs

Match Information

Title
Wills International Cup 1998/99 (Quarter -Final)
Venue
Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka on 29th October 1998 (50 -over match) (day/night)
Balls Per Over
6
Toss
West Indies won the toss and decided to bat
Result
West Indies won by 30 runs
Umpires
DL Orchard, DR Shepherd
TV Umpire
P Willey
Referee
R Subba Row
Man Of The Match
KLT Arthurton

Batting

Name RunsBallsMins4s6sDotsS-Rate
PA Wallace run out (Ijaz Ahmed) 795810613 -
SC Williams lbw b Azhar Mahmood 1422303 -
S Chanderpaul st Moin Khan b Arshad Khan 49711195 -
*BC Lara c Saqlain Mushtaq b Arshad Khan 1614183 -
CL Hooper c and b Saleem Malik 133139 - -
KLT Arthurton c Moin Khan b Wasim Akram 3344422 -
PV Simmons b Wasim Akram 2131441 -
+RD Jacobs lbw b Wasim Akram 011 - -
RN Lewis not out 2024271 -
NAM McLean c Ijaz Ahmed b Saleem Malik 7451 -
M Dillon not out 567 - -
Extra(s) 32 (11 lb, 6 nb, 15 w)
Total 289 (9 wickets, innings closed, 50 overs)
Fall of Wickets

Bowling

NameOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-BallsS-RateEcon
Wasim Akram1055355.50
Azhar Mahmood539137.80
Saqlain Mushtaq74446.29
Arshad Khan10143214.30
Shahid Afridi948 -5.33
Saleem Malik949215.44

Batting

Name RunsBallsMins4s6sDotsS-Rate
Shahid Afridi lbw b Dillon 44231 -
Saleem Elahi run out (Dillon) 46799341
Azhar Mahmood b Arthurton 2020322 -
*Aamer Sohail b Hooper 1215231 -
Ijaz Ahmed b Arthurton 5164783 -
Akhtar Sarfraz c Dillon b McLean 142633 - -
Saleem Malik lbw b Arthurton 1515311 -
Wasim Akram c Jacobs b Arthurton 101013 -1
+Moin Khan c Lewis b Dillon 25222821
Saqlain Mushtaq not out 2433352 -
Arshad Khan not out 1317201 -
Extra(s) 25 (12 lb, 5 nb, 8 w)
Total 259 (9 wickets, innings closed, 50 overs)
Fall of Wickets

Bowling

NameOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-BallsS-RateEcon
McLean1059115.90
Dillon1046214.60
Hooper1047124.70
Arthurton1031413.10
Lewis420 -5.00
Simmons53537.00
Chanderpaul19 -9.00
Akhtar Sarfraz made his last appearance in ODI matches
PA Wallace passed his previous highest score of 52 in ODI matches
S Chanderpaul passed 3000 runs in List A matches when he reached 29
Saleem Elahi passed 500 runs in ODI matches when he reached 37
CL Hooper made his debut in Bangladesh in List A matches
CL Hooper made his debut in Bangladesh in ODI matches
PV Simmons made his debut in Bangladesh in List A matches
PV Simmons made his debut in Bangladesh in ODI matches
KLT Arthurton made his debut in Bangladesh in List A matches
KLT Arthurton made his debut in Bangladesh in ODI matches
Moin Khan made his debut in Bangladesh in ODI matches
BC Lara made his debut in Bangladesh in List A matches
BC Lara made his debut in Bangladesh in ODI matches
PA Wallace made his debut in Bangladesh in List A matches
PA Wallace made his debut in Bangladesh in ODI matches
S Chanderpaul made his debut in Bangladesh in List A matches
S Chanderpaul made his debut in Bangladesh in ODI matches
SC Williams made his debut in Bangladesh in List A matches
SC Williams made his debut in Bangladesh in ODI matches
Arshad Khan made his debut in Bangladesh in ODI matches
Saleem Elahi made his debut in Bangladesh in ODI matches
RD Jacobs made his debut in Bangladesh in List A matches
RD Jacobs made his debut in Bangladesh in ODI matches
NAM McLean made his debut in Bangladesh in List A matches
NAM McLean made his debut in Bangladesh in ODI matches
RN Lewis made his debut in Bangladesh in List A matches
RN Lewis made his debut in Bangladesh in ODI matches
M Dillon made his debut in Bangladesh in List A matches
M Dillon made his debut in Bangladesh in ODI matches
Akhtar Sarfraz made his debut in Bangladesh in ODI matches
Saleem Malik reached 150 wickets in List A matches when he dismissed NAM McLean, his 2nd wicket in the West Indies innings
KLT Arthurton achieved his best innings bowling analysis in ODI matches when he dismissed Wasim Akram in the Pakistan innings (previous best was 3 -31)
After Moin Khan was injured on the knee, Aamer Sohail stood in as wicket -keeper from the 3rd over until the end of the 7th over