PAK vs WI: Pakistan registers its second-lowest World Cup total

The ICC Champions Trophy 2017 champion is bowled out for 105 in its first contest in the ICC World Cup 2019 — against West Indies.

Oshane Thomas took four wickets as Pakistan was bowled out for 105.   -  AP

Pakistan collapsed to its second-lowest World Cup total, getting bowled out for 105 against the West Indies at Trent Bridge on Friday.


Pakistan's lowest score in World Cup is 74, against England in the 1992 edition. Incidentally, Pakistan lifted the trophy in 1992. Just two years ago, Pakistan had stunned the world by clinching the ICC Champions Trophy title in England. 

Its total of 105 occupies the 21st position in the list of the lowest innings totals by all teams.

Oshane Thomas, with 4 for 27, and Jason Holder, with 3 for 42, were the main wicket-takers for the Windies.

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Pakistan has suffered many defeats in the recent past. It lost the five-match ODI series in South Africa by a 3-2 margin, in January, 2019. In March, it fell to a 5-0 defeat against Australia in the UAE, and later, a 4-0 defeat against England in England. It was defeated by Afghanistan in the only World Cup 2019 warm-up match it played.

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