After an exciting match by ICC Women’s World Cup 2022 that featured Pakistan and West Indies women Cricket teams on Monday, 21st March 2022. The match was held at Seddon Park, Hamilton at 6:30 PM IST, The toss was won by Pakistan and they chose to bowl first. West Indies set an easy target for the Pakistan women of 89 runs in 20 overs at a loss of 7 wickets.
Pakistan had dominated the match by scoring a total of 90 runs in 18.5 overs at the expense of 2 wickets. It was quite a show that was put up by the Pakistani women here, as this was their first, match which was won after 13 years. So here are details of the match that lead them to victory, Pakistan Women Cricket Team screams in Joy: Nida Dar leads the team to a 13-year wait to win in World Cup Since 2009.
Nida Dar leads the team to a 13-year wait to win in World Cup Since 2009.
Pakistan on Monday was successful in having their first victory of the 2022 ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup. They defeated West Indies by eight wickets in Hamilton, thereby registering themselves points on the scoreboard of ICC World Cup 2022. This was the must-awaited win by the Pakistani players. Muneeba Ali and Sidra Amin created a solid partnership during their play against the West Indies.
The bowling department was on fire this time. Particularly, Nida Dar was mighty impressive this season and this match. She single-handedly swamped four wickets in four overs that she played. This restricted the West Indies players from scoring only 89 runs at the expense of 7 wickets with zero balls to deliver.
West Indies Gameplay against Pakistan Women
The World Cup match against Windies Women and Pak Women started off on a steady note. West Indies had to bat first, with Deandra Dottin and Hayley Matthews helping their side to score 19 runs at no loss. Meanwhile, Dottin was caught by Nida Dar who did not get a chance to score big runs. She could only manage to score 27 off 35 deliveries. The WI Skipper, Stafanie Taylor, and Shemaine Campbelle had also tried to keep the ship afloat.
Pakistan Women Cricket in 2022: Struggle to Victory
This is the first time in 13 years since 2009 that the Pakistan Women Cricket team won a match in the ICC World Cup series. This season they had numerous close calls, once which was against South Africa but they fell short of a 224-run target by just 7 runs. The second was against Bangladesh, where they restricted them to a score of 234/7. Nevertheless, the middle-order batting collapsed, even after Sidra Ameen’s hundred, and they saw a loss by 9 runs.
On Monday, Pakistan did not repeat such mistakes and successfully won the match by scoring 90 runs at just two loss of wickets.