Ian Bishop with former Pakistan cricketer Bazid Khan.© Twitter
Warmth has been a serious concern through the ongoing Pakistan-West Indies OSI collection in Multan. The match timings have been pushed again to scale back the impact of warmth on the gamers, match officers and spectators. Even the commentators are reeling underneath the warmth. In a current video posted by Pakistan Cricket on social media on Saturday, when former West Indies pacer Ian Bishop requested ex-Pakistan cricketerchoices to discover in Multan, the latter suggested him to not exit for the reason that temperature was touching 45 diploma celsius. As a substitute, Bazid had a novel answer to Bishop’s eagerness to discover Pakistan.
Within the video, it may be seen that Bazid introduced three baskets of mango for Bishop. The Pakistan cricketer-turned-commentator goes on to say that Multan is legendary for its mangoes. The three sorts of mangoes that Bazid comes up with have been – white chaunsa, Sindhi chaunsa and dasheri. Bishop had all of them and provides his opinion on the style of every selection.
Watch: How Ian Bishop explores Multan staying contained in the resort
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Earlier on Friday, Pakistan skipperand opener hit regular half centuries earlier than spinner recorded his greatest figures as Pakistan beat the West Indies by 120 runs within the second day-night worldwide in Multan.
Azam scored a 93-ball 77 and Haq a run-a-ball 72 — each hitting their sixth consecutive half-centuries in successive one-day internationals — as Pakistan made 275-8 of their 50 overs.
Left-arm spinner Nawaz then achieved profession greatest bowling figures of 4-19 because the guests have been shot out for 155 in 32.2 overs.
The win offers Pakistan an unbeatable 2-0 lead within the three-match collection and their tenth consecutive ODI collection win over the West Indies.
Pakistan’s final ODI collection defeat to the West Indies was again in 1991. The 2 wins give Pakistan 20 precious factors within the ODI Tremendous League, a qualification spherical for 2023 World Cup in India.
With AFP inputs
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