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Pakistan beat West Indies in Guyana ODI

May 6, 2011 - Guyana

The West Indies inflicted a defeat on Pakistan by 10 wickets in the fifth one day international held at Providence in Guyana on Thursday.

Replying to Pakistan's score of 139 all out, the West Indians scored 140 for no loss.

West Indies opener Lendl Simmons scored 77 with seven boundaries and three sixes, while K. Edwards scored an unbeaten 40 with three boundaries.

Earlier, Pakistan was bundled all out for 139 in 41.2 overs. The highlight of the Pakistan innings was a solid 55 off 83 balls by opener Mohammad Hafeez. Middle order batsman Uman Akmal scored 24.

For the West Indies, fast bowler Ravi Rampaul took four wickets for 45,while skipper Darren Sammy snared three wickets for 30.

"We played as a team, and got the result that we wanted. This was the type of performance for which we have been searching for a very long time" said West Indies skipper Darren Sammy.

Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi blamed poor batting for loss.

Pakistan has already won the five match series by 3-2, with three consecutive victories.


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