First Pakistan, West Indies T20I washed out due to rain

Match is being played in Barbados
Jul 28, 2021
Photo: AFP
Photo: AFP
Photo: ICC
Photo: ICC

Pakistan’s first T20I against West Indies at the Kingston Oval in Barbados has been abandoned due to rain.

The match was initially reduced to nine overs a side after rain first interrupted the play following the toss, which Pakistan won and opted to field first.

After completion of West Indies innings, the rain returned and there was no play possible at the last inspection 2:00 PM local time.

As far as West Indies batting is concerned, thanks to captain Kieron Pollard’s 22-run cameo off nine delivers, the side managed to reach 85 for five in their allotted nine overs.

For Pakistan, Hasan Ali was the pick among the bowlers as he claimed figures of two for 11 in his two-over spell.

The Second match of the four-match series will be played on July 31 at Providence Stadium.

Match abandoned due to rain

At the end of innings

WI 85-5 (9 overs)

Second wicket in the game for Hasan Ali

First of may wickets for Mohammad Wasim Jr

Another massive wicket for Pakistan

Big wicket for the Men-in-Green

At the end of powerplay

WI 25-1 (3 overs)

Great start for Pakistan


Covers are off and we'll have a 9-over a side match starting at 12.45pm pending no further rain.

The covers are on the ground as rain delayed start of the play.

Here is West Indies' lineup

Let’s take a look at Pakistan's starting lineup:

TOSS: The news from the centre is that Babar Azam has won the toss and Pakistan will be fielding first.

The first fixture of the series is being played at Kensington Oval in Barbados.

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