Pakistan cricket squad was able to establish a one-sided match against West-Indies tonight, at National Stadium of Karachi.
Pakistan set the target of 204 runs for the guest team, West Indies:
Upon winning the toss, West Indies decided to field first in the first T20 match against Pakistan in NSK.
The debutant batsman, Hussain Talat from Pakistan squad, became the highest scorer with 41 runs.
Fakhar Zaman, Sarfaraz Ahmed and Shoaib Malik also contributed to the total of 203 runs by scoring 39, 38, and 37 runs, respectively.
Windies became the prey of Pakistani bowling line:
West Indies’ batsmen couldn’t manage to stay on the pitch for a long time. They couldn’t even manage to score 100 runs, 9 batsmen were sent back to the pavilion when the score was just 60.
Excitement, chants and passion, love for cricket is blooming in Karachi:
Pakistan Super League’s Final, that happened in National Stadium of Karachi, brought immense happiness in the city.
And once again we saw the same amount of happiness and excitement today at Karachi National Stadium. Where the new guest team was international cricket team of West Indies.
Karachi welcomes West-Indies players :
Karachiites’ love for cricket was visible today when the city was decorated with the welcome banners for the West Indies team.
Large poster, ajrak-designed banners and welcome notes, Karachi showed all colours of hospitality to West Indies team.
Better management than PSL Final:
Karachi was all set to host West Indies on its home ground. The amazing management that made PSL Final successful in Karachi, didn’t keep its managing criteria persistent today instead the authorities did more efforts.
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In PSL’s Final match we saw the roads, that were accommodating PSL audience, blocked for the local traffic. But today, those roads weren’t blocked for a long period of time.
High security, top-notch organization and high-alert authorities, these were the factors that were responsible for the perfect match happened today in Karachi.