Pakistan trolled after their shortest innings in World Cup history

first_imgPakistan were blown away in Nottingham. It seemed their batsmen didn’t turn up for their ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 opener against the West Indies at Trent Bridge as they were bowled out for 105.Pakistan batted only 21.4 overs, their shortest innings in terms of the number of balls faced in a World Cup match. 105 was also their second-lowest total in a World Cup after the 74 that Imran Khan’s men managed during the 1992 World Cup match against England.On Friday, Pakistan seemingly lacked the intent and the flamboyance that has been touted to dominate the ongoing World Cup on flat pitches in England and Wales.PAK vs WI, CWC 19: Live Cricket ScoreThe former champions lost both their openers and Haris Sohail inside the first 10 overs. West Indies all-rouncer Andre Russell, who was introduced into the attack as early as the sixth over, showed his teammates the way forward against Pakistan bowlers by bowling fast and short.Bouncers troubled Pakistan throughout the innings and none of them, including senior batsmen Sarfaraz Ahmed and Mohammad Hafeez found answers to the barrage of short balls that came their way.Babar Azam and Fakhar Zaman scored 22 each but none of the others managed to impress. Pakistan managed to past the 100-run mark, thanks to tail-ender Wahab Riaz’s late blitz (11-ball 18 that included 2 sixes).Young and raw pace bowler Oshane Thomas was the star of West Indies bowling as he picked up 4 wickets in just 5.4 overs. Andre Russell shone with two wickets while captain Jason Holder picked up 3, including 2 wickets in a span of 6 balls.advertisementPakistan fans have certainly not impressed with the national team’s batting display at the biggest stage in world cricket.My journey to the ground today – 125 minutesPakistan’s innings today – 111 minutes#CWC19 #PAKvWI Saj Sadiq (@Saj_PakPassion) May 31, 2019Worth remembering that Pakistan arrived in England 38 days before today’s match and not 38 minutes before today’s match #CWC19 #PAKvWI Saj Sadiq (@Saj_PakPassion) May 31, 2019I think Imran Khan meant to say ‘100 runs instead of 100 percent’ #WIvPAK #CWC19 https://t.co/RDSQvesbhWUzair Hasan Rizvi (@RizviUzair) May 31, 2019Our National Game is Hockey ! ??#CWC19 #PAKvWITahir Khattak (@TahirKhattakk) May 31, 2019At least WI won’t score 500 in this game. Win.Osman Samiuddin (@OsmanSamiuddin) May 31, 2019105 all in 21.4 oversThis is Pakistan’s shortest innings in the World Cup history and second lowest total after 74 vs England in Adelaide in 1992. #PakvWI #CWC19Mazher Arshad (@MazherArshad) May 31, 2019This is typical Pakistan … They will no doubt go on an Win the World Cup … !!!Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) May 31, 2019Lack of @cricketworldcup experience hurt @TheRealPCB.Also felt @windiescricket fast bowlers bowled a very good line and length and didn’t allow Pakistan to score.#PAKvWI #WIvPAK #CWC19VINOD KAMBLI (@vinodkambli349) May 31, 2019Everyone! Please pray for Rain ??#CWC19 #PAKvWITahir Khattak (@TahirKhattakk) May 31, 2019Pakistan’s last two CWC scores in England:132 ’99 final105 today v WI#CWC19Quentin Hull (@QuentinHull) May 31, 2019Dear Pakistan. This is just a gentle reminder that this is not a T20 World Cup but ODI world cup. Just FYI. Nothing more. #105AllOut #Hahaha #PAKvWIComedian Praveen (@Funny_Leone) May 31, 2019Pakistan’s two previous lowest scores in World Cup history have been in 92 and 99. Both times they reached the final. In 92 they were champions! Look out! #ICCWC2019 #PAKvWI #CricbuzzLive @gauravkapur @bhogleharsha @ImZaheerGautam Bhimani (@gbhimani) May 31, 2019105 all out ???????? #PAKvWI #WIvsPAK https://t.co/6W3J5CvLBcSir Jadeja fan (@SirJadeja) May 31, 2019Our Batting Coach Right now?????#PAKvWI pic.twitter.com/qSyujT5U2YSyeda Maryam Jafry (@JafrySyeda) May 31, 2019Also Read | Which country has the heaviest representation in World Cup 2019? Not IndiaAlso Read | World Cup 2019: Ben Stokes joins Aravinda de Silva in sharing unique recordAlso See:last_img

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