Nicholas Pooran
Nicholas Pooran (Photograph Supply: Instagram/Nichnicholaspooran)

West Indies captain Nicholas Pooran, after going through a whitewash in opposition to Pakistan within the three-match ODI sequence, mentioned that he’s wanting ahead to the upcoming sequence in opposition to Bangladesh after a “disappointing” sequence in Multan. West Indies will tackle Bangladesh in two Exams, three T20Is and three ODIs, ranging from June 16 (Thursday).

Pooran mentioned that the Pakistan sequence was studying curve, including that he was actually happy with his group for the way they took the problem. He praised spin-bowling all-rounder Akeal Hosein, for his contribution with the bat, who top-scored with 60 runs off 37 balls within the remaining ODI of the sequence. “The final two video games have been disappointing for us. Within the first recreation, we did properly as a group. Going ahead that’s the template. We’ll study rather a lot from this sequence,” mentioned Pooran after the sport.

Multan Crowd help good cricket and that’s appreciated: Nicholas Pooran

After the sequence in Pakistan was wrapped up, the West Indies skipper lauded the Multan crowd for supporting model of cricket. “Couple of days for the Bangladesh sequence, we’re wanting ahead to that. They (the Multan crowd) have been wonderful, we love the followers. It’s a deal with. They help good cricket and that’s appreciated,” he added.

West Indies misplaced on Duckworth-Lewis-Stern (DLS) methodology by 53 runs within the third ODI in opposition to Pakistan. The hosts batted first and began brightly as openers Fakhar Zaman scored 35 and Imam-ul-Haq scored 62 runs. After a hunch within the middle-order with skipper Babar Azam departing for one, Mohammad Rizwan for 11 and Mohammad Haris for 0, it was Khushdil Shah and Shadab Khan who rescued the Pakistan innings with scores of 34 and 86 respectively. Pakistan put a complete of 269 on the board, and the decide of the West Indian bowlers was Pooran, who bagged 4 wickets for 48 runs in his 10 overs.

West Indies, chasing 270, misplaced wickets in common intervals within the powerplay, and have been languishing at 69/4 in 15.1 overs. The Caribbeans by no means actually recovered from the preliminary setback though Hosein supplied some resistance within the back-end of the innings. Pakistan wrapped up the match after bowling them out for 216 in 37.2 overs and clinched the sequence by 3-0.

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