In the ongoing second match of the ICC World Cup, Pakistan has been bowled out at 105 runs by the West indies at Nottingham.
At just 21.4 overs at Trent Bridge West Indies set themselves a target of 106 runs. Oshane Thomas (4/27), Jason Holder (3/42) and Andre Russell (2/4) uprooted all nine Pakistan wickets.
Notably, it is Pakistan’s second lowest total score ever in ICC World Cup, their first being 74 run against England in 1992.
Cricket fans witnessed host England defeat South Africa by 104 runs in the opening match of the tournament at the Oval in London on thursday.
With Ben Stokes’ 89, England scored 311 for 8 in their 50 overs, while South Africa were dismissed for 207 in 39.5 over, with Jofra Archer claiming 3 wickets.
India will launch its campaign against South Africa on Wednesday at Southampton.