Dekh Pakistan
Pakistan vs West Indies - Pakistan in West Indies and North America 1957/58 (3rd Test)
Pakistan first innings:328 (all out, 102 overs)
West Indies first innings:790 (3 wickets, declared, 208.1 overs)
Pakistan second innings:288 (all out, 96.3 overs)
West Indies won by an innings and 174 runs

Match Information

Title
Pakistan in West Indies and North America 1957/58 (3rd Test)
Venue
Sabina Park, Kingston on 26th, 27th, 28th February, 1st, 3rd, 4th March 1958 6 -day match)
Balls Per Over
6
Toss
Pakistan won the toss and decided to bat
Result
West Indies won by an innings and 174 runs
Umpires
RC Burke, TA Ewart
Close Of Play Day 1
Pakistan (1) 274/4 (Mathias 70*, Kardar 5*)
Close Of Play Day 2
West Indies (1) 147/1 (Hunte 100*, Sobers 20*)
Close Of Play Day 3
West Indies (1) 504/1 (Hunte 242*, Sobers 228*)
Close Of Play Day 4
West Indies (1) 790/3d
Close Of Play Day 5
Pakistan (2) 273/5 (Wazir Mohammad 102*, Kardar 46*)

Batting

Name RunsBallsMins4s6sDotsS-Rate
Hanif Mohammad c Alexander b Gilchrist 3 - -
+Imtiaz Ahmed c Alexander b Gilchrist 12225014 -
Saeed Ahmed c Weekes b Smith 521327 -
W Mathias b Dewdney 7719610 -
Alimuddin c Alexander b Atkinson 15273 -
*AH Kardar c Sobers b Atkinson 1569
Wazir Mohammad c Walcott b Dewdney 2 - -
Fazal Mahmood c Alexander b Atkinson 6151 -
Nasim -ul -Ghani b Atkinson 5
Mahmood Hussain b Atkinson 20
Khan Mohammad not out 3 - -
Extra(s) 8 (5 lb, 3 nb)
Total 328 (all out, 102 overs)
Fall of Wickets

Bowling

NameOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-BallsS-RateEcon
Gilchrist2531062 -
Dewdney264882 -
Atkinson217425 -
Gibbs732 -
Smith183391 -
Sobers5113 -

Batting

Name RunsBallsMins4s6sDotsS-Rate
CC Hunte run out (sub [Ijaz Butt]) 260506281
RB Kanhai c Imtiaz Ahmed b Fazal Mahmood 251052 -
GS Sobers not out 36561438 -
ED Weekes c Hanif Mohammad b Fazal Mahmood 39626 -
CL Walcott not out 883
OG Smith did not bat
*+FCM Alexander did not bat
LR Gibbs did not bat
ES Atkinson did not bat
R Gilchrist did not bat
DT Dewdney did not bat
Extra(s) 13 (2 b, 7 lb, 4 w)
Total 790 (3 wickets, declared, 208.1 overs)
Fall of Wickets > 1 -87 (Kanhai)
2 -533 (Hunte)
3 -602 (Weekes)

Bowling

NameOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-BallsS-RateEcon
Mahmood Hussain0.52 -
Fazal Mahmood85.2202472 -
Khan Mohammad545259 -
Nasim -ul -Ghani15339 -
Kardar372141 -
Mathias420 -
Alimuddin434 -
Hanif Mohammad211 -
Saeed Ahmed624 -

Batting

Name RunsBallsMins4s6sDotsS-Rate
Hanif Mohammad b Gilchrist 13
+Imtiaz Ahmed lbw b Dewdney - -
Saeed Ahmed c Gilchrist b Gibbs 44
W Mathias c Alexander b Atkinson 19
Alimuddin b Gibbs 30
Wazir Mohammad lbw b Atkinson 10615517 -
*AH Kardar lbw b Dewdney 57
Fazal Mahmood c Alexander b Atkinson - -
Khan Mohammad not out - -
Nasim -ul -Ghani absent hurt
Mahmood Hussain absent hurt
Extra(s) 19 (16 b, 3 lb)
Total 288 (all out, 96.3 overs)
Fall of Wickets

Bowling

NameOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-BallsS-RateEcon
Gilchrist123651 -
Dewdney19.32512 -
Atkinson186363 -
Gibbs216462 -
Smith8220 -
Sobers15441 -
Weekes3110 -
Day 1 Lunch: Pakistan (1) 79/1 (Imtiaz Ahmed 36*, Saeed Ahmed 36*)
Day 1 Tea: Pakistan (1) 190/2 (Imtiaz Ahmed 102*, Mathias 27*)
Day 2 Lunch: Pakistan (1) 309/8 (Nasim -ul -Ghani 3*, Mahmood Hussain 6*)
Day 2 Tea: West Indies (1) 75/0 (Hunte 50*, Kanhai 24*)
Day 3 Lunch: West Indies (1) 243/1 (Hunte 139*, Sobers 76*)
Day 3 Tea: West Indies (1) 400/1 (Hunte 196*, Sobers 170*)
Day 4 Lunch: West Indies (1) 592/2 (Sobers 265*, Weekes 33*)
Day 4 Tea: West Indies (1) 730/3 (Sobers 336*, Walcott 57*)
GS Sobers scored 1 five in the West Indies first innings
Imtiaz Ahmed (1) 50 in 103 balls
Imtiaz Ahmed (1) 100 in 196 balls, 207 minutes with 11 fours
Imtiaz Ahmed (1) passed 1000 runs in Test matches when he reached 51
Imtiaz Ahmed (1) passed 6000 runs in First -Class matches when he reached 15
Saeed Ahmed (1) 50 in 83 balls with 6 fours
W Mathias (1) 50 in 99 balls
W Mathias (1) passed his previous highest score of 73 in Test matches
CC Hunte (1) 50 in 67 balls, 82 minutes with 6 fours
CC Hunte (1) 100 in 150 balls, 170 minutes with 11 fours
CC Hunte (1) passed his previous highest score of 142 in Test matches
CC Hunte (1) 150 in 244 balls with 17 fours
CC Hunte (1) passed his previous highest score of 151 in First -Class matches
CC Hunte (1) 200 in 305 balls, 384 minutes with 19 fours
CC Hunte (1) 250 in 380 balls with 27 fours and 1 six
GS Sobers (1) 50 in 105 balls, 110 minutes
GS Sobers (1) passed his previous highest score of 80 in Test matches
GS Sobers (1) made his first century in Test matches
GS Sobers (1) 100 in 192 balls, 197 minutes with 10 fours
GS Sobers (1) 150 in 252 balls, 255 minutes with 18 fours
GS Sobers (1) 200 in 329 balls, 327 minutes with 24 fours
GS Sobers (1) passed his previous highest score of 219 in First -Class matches
GS Sobers (1) 250 in 409 balls, 424 minutes with 26 fours
GS Sobers (1) 300 in 502 balls, 530 minutes with 33 fours
GS Sobers (1) 350 in 596 minutes
GS Sobers (1) passed 1000 runs in Test matches when he reached 144
GS Sobers (1) passed 3000 runs in First -Class matches when he reached 32
CL Walcott (1) 50 in 77 balls, 100 minutes with 5 fours and 1 six
CL Walcott (1) passed 10500 runs in First -Class matches when he reached 54
AH Kardar (2) 50 in 124 balls
Wazir Mohammad (2) 50 in 121 balls
Wazir Mohammad (2) passed his previous highest score of 67 in Test matches
Wazir Mohammad (2) made his first century in Test matches
Wazir Mohammad (2) 100 in 165 balls, 155 minutes with 17 fours
Khan Mohammad made his debut in West Indies in Test matches
ES Atkinson achieved his best innings bowling analysis in Test matches when he dismissed Fazal Mahmood in the Pakistan first innings (previous best was 2 -136)
ES Atkinson achieved his first five wickets in an innings in Test matches in the Pakistan first innings
ES Atkinson achieved his best innings bowling analysis in First -Class matches when he dismissed Mahmood Hussain in the Pakistan first innings (previous best was 4 -70)
ES Atkinson achieved his first five wickets in an innings in First -Class matches in the Pakistan first innings
Sobers' 365 consisted of 1 five, 38 fours, 6 threes, 30 twos and 130 singles
Hanif Mohammad bowled both right and left arm
Play was called off after the West Indies declared on Day 4 because the umpires agreed that the pitch had been damaged by the ptich invasion when Sobers broek the record for the highest score in a Test