Pakistan beat West Indies in third ODI to clinch series 2-1

Shoaib Malik scores 101 as Pakistan win the third one-day international by six wickets


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Ahmed Shehzad and Imad Wasim celebrate the dismissal of Kieran Powell during the final ODI between West Indies and Pakistan at Guyana National Stadium, Providence. PHOTO: AFP

PROVIDENCE, GUYANA: Shoaib Malik scored an unbeaten 101 as Pakistan beat the West Indies by six wickets in the third one-day international in Guyana on Tuesday to win the three-match series 2-1.

After limiting the hosts to 233 for nine in their innings, Pakistan eased home with more than six over remaining, Malik smashing a six straight down the ground to take the tourists to 236 for four.

Malik was ably accompanied by Mohammad Hafeez, who scored 81, as the tourists followed up their series-levelling victory on Sunday. West Indies had won the opening match by four wickets last Friday.

 

 

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