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Last Updated: Wednesday, 22 September, 2004, 09:34 GMT 10:34 UK
Pakistan v West Indies photos
Pakistan's Yasir Hameed
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Pakistan's Yasir Hameed lends some stability to the innings after fellow opener Salman Butt falls to the second ball
Pakistan's Shoaib Malik takes a quick single with Yasir Hameed
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Pakistan reach 64-1 from 18 overs as Hameed patiently builds a solid foundation with support from Shoaib Malik
Hameed leaves the crease after being run out
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The partnership ends as Hameed attempts a second run on Dwayne Bravo's throw and is run out leaving Pakistan 65-2
Malik returns to the pavilion as the West Indies celebrate
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Malik makes just 17 from 58 balls before edging a Bravo delivery to Courtney Browne as Pakistan slip to 71-3
Courtney Browne congratulates Dwayne Bravo
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Pakistan lose their fourth wicket as Bravo takes his second wicket as Yousuf Youhana edges to the keeper for 12
Wavell Hinds removes Moin Khan for a second-ball duck
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Pakistan are left in disarray as Wavell Hinds removes Inzamam-ul-Haq for 21 and then Moin Khan for a duck
Corey Collymore removes Naved-ul-Hasan
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Corey Collymore returns for a second spell and reduces Pakistan to 116-8 after bowling Naved-ul-Hasan for 0
Shahid Afridi leaves the crease after being stumped
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Shahid Afridi makes 17 but is stumped charging down the wicket as Pakistan are dismissed for a paltry 131
Shoaib Akhtar celebrates taking the wicket of Hinds
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Shoaib Akhtar takes a brilliant return catch from Hinds to claim his second wicket as the Windies response reaches 20-2
Brian Lara is struck in the throat by a nasty Shoaib bouncer
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Brian Lara is struck in the throat by a Shoaib bouncer and retires hurt on 31 with the West Indies closing in on victory
Ricardo Powell and Ramnaresh Sarwan celebrate their win
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The West Indies race to a seven-wicket win in just 28.1 overs with man-of-the-match Ramnaresh Sarwan unbeaten on 56




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