Watch : West Indies Shai Hope Goes Up Against Pakistan Cricketer In a game of Carrom

Pakistan and West Indies cricketers engaged in some fun activities amid their ongoing ODI series. However, Pakistan bowled West Indies out for 155 to register a 120-run win and take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series in the second ODI on Friday.

Nawaz star of pakistan who finished with brilliant figures of 4/19 from his 10 overs. The spinner dismissed Brandon King before getting the big wickets of Shamarh Brooks, Rovman Powell and Nicholas Pooran.

Brooks top scored with 42 and Mayers made 33 in a disappointing batting display that saw Nicholas Pooran (25) being the only other batsman to get a start.

Shadab Khan and Mohammad Wasim then struck twice each to help seal the win for the hosts. Earlier, Shaheen Afridi removed Shai Hope in the first over of Windies’ chase of 276, but Kyle Mayers put the pressure back on the bowlers with his 25-ball 33.

However, he was dismissed by Mohammad Wasim and in the very next over, Brandon King fell for a duck to Nawaz. Pakistan had reached a total of 275/8 in their 50 overs thanks to half-centuries from Babar Azam and Imam-ul-Haq.

Babar Azam fell for 77 off 93 deliveries. Imam-ul-Haq, scored a run-a-ball 72. It was the sixth consecutive 50-plus score for both batters in ODIs.

Akeal Hosein picked three wickets for West Indies, while Alzarri Joseph and Anderson Phillip took two apiece. Pakistan had won the toss and opted to bat.

Meanwhlile, Pakistan batter Fakhar Zaman and West Indies batter Shai Hope were seen bonding off the game as they indulged in a game of carrom.

The official handle of Pakistan Cricket Board posted a video of Hope and Zaman playing carrom together.

PCB shared the video on Instagram and captioned the post as: “Bonding off the field. Shai Hope is learning carrom from Fakhar Zaman. How would you rate their skills.”

Here is the video, You can watch the video below:


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