Reacting to the guests’ aggregate of 137 for eight, Lewis raised nine sixes and belted five fours in a sea tempest innings that kept the arrangement alive going into the last match on Sunday at a similar setting with Pakistan holding a 2-1 advantage.
After an inside and out execution, Pakistan win the four-coordinate T20I arrangement 3-1. Guests rode on Shehzad’s half-century and a 70-run association between the before and Babar Azam to win the last experience by seven wickets with an over remaining. Prior Walton’s 40 and Carlos Brathwaite’s late cameo of 37 helped has pot 124 after Pakistan bowlers kept on taking wickets on consistent interims. Hasan Ali and Shadab Khan took two wickets each as Imad Wasim, Eahab Riaz and Rimman Raees took one wicket each. It was the first run through Pakistan knocked down some pins three lady overs in a T20 coordinate.
Pakistan battled for runs whatever remains of the route with an edgy West Indies group doing combating to confine the aggregate to reasonable extents. Only 45 runs fell off the last eight overs with Badree the pick of the bowlers in guaranteeing two for 22.
Men Who Won It: Hasan had been hit for a six off the third conveyance he knocked down some pins. The discipline was managed to a decent length ball – a similar kind with which he benefitted later in the innings. That despite everything he adhered to his qualities against a group known for its huge hitting was an indication of the 23-year old’s self-conviction. It helped, however, that when he went ahead for his second spell – 2-2-0-2 – West Indies were trapped in an endless cycle. They were falling behind in the innings and attempted to hit out of inconvenience. Not a sensible thing to do against a bowler outfitting a tiny bit of turn around swing.
The instigator of the stifle, however, was Shadab Khan, the legspinner. So a great deal of credit ought to go to him as well. He additionally rejected the resistance’s best batsman on the day – Walton – by prodding him into big cheese that exclusive went similarly as long-on. The explanation behind that was the plunge the 18-year old produced. Similarly, he tricked Jason Holder in the sixteenth over and however he didn’t get Kieron Pollard, he was beating his outside edge more than once.