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Pakistan women beaten by West Indies women under D/L method

LEICESTER, UK: West Indies beat Pakistan by 19 runs under Duckworth Lewis method in a match of ICC Women World Cup 2017 at Leicester on Tuesday.

The match was reduced to 38 overs due to rain after West Indies innings was complete.

Chasing the revised target of 245 runs Pakistan were 117 for the loss of three wickets in 24 overs when the match was stopped due to rain.

Javeria Khan remained not out on 58 while Nahida Khan made 40 while off-spinner Anisa Mohammed bagged two wickets for 17 runs for West Indies.

However, West Indies were declared winners under D/L method.

Earlier being sent into bat, West Indies made a disastrous start losing both their openers for only 26 runs but then other batters played at ease to score a huge total of 285 runs for the loss of only four wickets with a superb maiden hundred from Deandra Dottin and a brilliant 90 from skipper Stafanie Taylor.

Taylor hit eleven fours and a six during her 107-ball innings while Dottin remained not out on 104 off 76 balls with twelve fours and three sixes and in the end was declared player of the match.

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