In Pictures: All-round Windies trounce Pakistan

West Indies inflicted a seven-wicket defeat on Pakistan to get its ICC World Cup 2019 campaign off to a flying start.

West Indies ran through Pakistan's batting line-up. Oshane Thomas (centre) was the wrecker-in-chief, with four wickets. Photo: AFP
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Jason Holder (second from right) chipped in with three wickets. Photo: AFP
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Chris Gayle set his imprint with a quickfire 50, an innings studded with six fours and three sixes. En route, he became the most prolific six-hitter in the World Cup, going past AB de Villiers' tally of 37. Photo: AP
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Mohammad Amir, the fast bowler, took all the three West Indian wickets that fell. Photo: Getty Images
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Nicholas Pooran chipped in with an unbeaten 19-ball 34. Photo: Getty Images
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Gayle had a discomfort in his back during his innings. Umpire Marais Erasmus (left) looks at him. Photo: Getty Images
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West Indies clinched its target of 106 in the 14th over. Photo: Getty Images
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