West Indies Women defeated Pakistan Women by 6 wickets to clean-sweep by 3-0.

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The 3rd match of the West Indies women tour of Pakistan,2021 played today between Pakistan Women and West Indies Women at National Stadium, Karachi, in which West Indies Women defeated Pakistan Women by 6 wickets, with this victory West Indies Women also won the series by 3-0

West Indies Women won the toss and invited Pakistan Women to bat first, Pakistan Women batted first started the inning very brilliantly, Muneeba Ali and Ayesha Zafar came to start the inning and gave a brilliant start with partnership of 49 runs for the first wicket, the first wicket has gone for 49 runs in 10.5 over, Ayesha Zafar dismissed after scoring 13 runs in 30 balls, next batsman Javeria Khan came to bat handled the inning and played a brilliant half-century partnersip of 74 runs, the second wicket has gone for 123 runs in second ball of the 31st over, Muneeba Ali dismissed after playing a brillant half-century inning of 58 runs with the help of 8 boundaries in 88 balls, followed by Omaima Sohail came to bat, meanwhile the third wicket has also gone for 129 runs in 32.4 over, Javeria Khan dismissed after scoring 13 runs in 27 balls, next batsman Iram Javed came to bat, menawhile Omaima Sohail also dismissed after scoring 27 runs in 53 balls as fourth wicket in last ball of the 33rd over, the team score was 131 runs, next batsaman Aliya Riaz came to bat handled the inning and played a brilliant partnership of 44 runs with Iram Javed, the fifth wicket has gone for 175 runs in first ball of the 45th over, Iram Javed has dismissed after scoring 26 runs in 32 balls, followed by Fatima Sana came to bat, and played well for a while with Aliya Riaz, the sixth wicket has gone for 185 runs in first ball of the 47th over, Fatima Sana dismissed just for 9 runs in 8 balls, next batsman Diana Baig came to bat, and she was run out in last ball of the inning, she was out just for 9 runs in 6 balls as 7th wicket, and Aliya Riaz remains unbeaten after playing a brilliant inniing of 44 runs with the help of 1 six and 3 boundaries in 47 balls. In this way, Pakistan Women batted first after losing the toss scored 225 runs for the loss of 7 wickets in stipulated 50 overs, and set a target of 226 runs for West Indies Women.

West Indies Women bowlers performed very brilliantly, Shakera Selman and Aaliyah Alleyne took 2-2 wickets, and Stafanie Taylor got 1 wicket.

West Indies Women chasing 126 runs in the second inning they achieved the target very easily by losing just 4 wickets in 44th overs and won the match by 6 wickets. West Indies Women started the inning not very well, lost 3 wickets in just 15 runs, Deandra Dottin dismissed just for 4 runs, Rashada Williams dismissed just for 6 runs, and Shemaine Campbelle dismissed just for 1 run after that Stafanie Taylor and Hayley Matthews came to bat handled the inning and played a brilliant half-century partnership of 83 runs for the 4th wicket, the fourth wicket has gone for 98 runs in the fourth ball of the 22nd over, Hayley Matthews dismissed after playing a brilliant inning of 49 runs with the help of 8 boundaries in 58 balls, followed by Chedean Nation came to bat handled the inning and took the match to the victory with Stafanie Taylor, Chedean Nation played a brilliant unbeaten half-century and victory inning of 41 runs with the help of 7 boundaries in 67 balls, and Stafanie Taylor played a very brilliant century and victory inning of 102 runs with the help of 12 boundaries in just 117 balls. In this way, West Indies Women chasing 126 runs in the second inning they achieved the target very easily by losing just 1 wicket in 44th over and won the match by 6 wickets, with this victory West Indies Women also won the series by 3-0.

Pakistan Women bowlers Anam Amin took 2 wickets, Diana Baig and Sadia Iqbal got 1-1 wicket.

West Indies Women batsman Stafanie Taylor was selected as the best player of the match, she played a very brilliant century and victory inning of 102 runs with the help of 12 boundaries in just 117 balls.
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