PROVIDENCE, Guyana (AFP) — Pakistan beat West Indies by 74 runs in the second one-day international today to level the three-match series at 1-1.
Pakistan made 282-5 with Babar Azam hitting an undefeated 125 before fast bowler Hasan Ali claimed 5-38 as the home side, with skipper Jason Holder scoring 68 not out, were dismissed for 208.
Both teams are fighting for a crucial surge in ICC Rankings to book a spot directly in the World Cup.
The two sides will play the third ODI on Tuesday at Providence.
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