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Wednesday February 23, 2011 10:55:05 PM, IANS

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Hambantota (Sri Lanka): Captain Shahid Afridi took five wickets as Pakistan crushed Kenya by 205 runs in a World Cup Group A match at the Mahinda Rajapakse International Cricket Stadium here Wednesday.

A strong show by Pakistan's middle-order saw them put up 317/7 in 50 overs after electing to bat. Umar Akmal smashed a 52-ball 71 while Misbah-ul-Haq hit a 69-ball 65. Umar's elder brother, Kamran, made 55 while senior batsman Younis Khan made 50.

Kenya began their chase cautiously, having been bowled out for 69 in their first match against New Zealand. Openers Maurice Ouma and Seren Waters batted for 9.1 overs with only 37 runs on the board. But then they started losing wickets.

Collins Obuya was the only batsman to take the fight to the opposition camp as he blasted three sixes and three fours in his 58-ball 47. Veteran Steve Tikolo added 13, but once Afridi (5-16) took the ball in his hand, he ran through the Kenyan innings in a jiffy. Kenya were finally bowled out for 112 in 33.1 overs.

They lost eight wickets for the addition of just 40 runs. None of the last six batsmen reached double digits with four of them being dismissed for a duck.

Kenya has caused quite a few upsets in previous World Cups and also reached the semifinals in 2003, but have been disappointing in this edition.

Afridi was effective with his leg spin. He got good purchase from the wicket and exploited the conditions to the hilt. Umar Gul was the other successful bowler, taking two wickets.

Earlier, Pakistan made a slow start on a placid track and openers Mohammad Hafeez (1) and Ahmed Shahzad (9) departed in 6.5 overs with just 12 runs on the board.

Younis and Kamran revived the innings through a solid 98-run stand for the third wicket, pushing for singles off some tight bowling.

After Younis, Kamran and Misbah laid the foundation for the innings and stylish Umar smacked eight fours and one six to give a late thrust to the score.

On their part, Kenya lost the plot work with some erratic bowling, conceding 46 extras, including 37 wides.

 

Scoreboard

Scoreboard of the World Cup Group A match between Sri Lanka and Kenya here Wednesday.

Pakistan:
Mohammad Hafeez c Waters b Otieno 9
Ahmed Shehzad c Kamande b Odoyo 1
Kamran Akmal st Ouma b Ngoche 55
Younis Khan lbw b Tikolo 50
Misbah-ul-Haq c Otieno b Kamande 65
Umar Akmal c Obuya b Odoyo 71
Shahid Afridi lbw b Odoyo 7
Abdul Razzaq not out 8
Abdur Rehman not out 5

Extras: (lb-3, w-37, nb-6) 46
Total: (for seven wickets in 50 overs) 317

Fall of wickets: 1-11 (Mohammad Hafeez, 5.3 overs), 2-12 (Ahmed Shehzad, 6.5), 3-110 (Kamran Akmal, 24.4), 4-155 (Younis Khan, 33.4), 5-273 (Misbah-ul-Haq, 46.5), 6-289 (Umar Akmal, 48.2), 7-289 (Shahid Afridi, 48.3)

Bowling:
Thomas Odoyo 7 2 41 3
Elijah Otieno 9 1 49 1
Nehemiah Odhiambo 7 0 65 0
Shem Ngoche 10 0 46 1
Jimmy Kamande 7 0 64 1
Steve Tikolo 9 0 44 1
Collins Obuya 1 0 5 0

Kenya:
Maurice Ouma c Kamran Akmal b Umar Gul 16
Seren Waters run out (Umar Akmal) 17
Collins Obuya c Ahmed Shehzad b Shahid Afridi 47
Steve Tikolo b Shahid Afridi 13
Tanmay Mishra lbw b Shahid Afridi 6
Rakep Patel c Umar Akmal b Mohammad Hafeez 0
Jimmy Kamande lbw b Shahid Afridi 2
Thmas Odoyo lbw b Shahid Afridi 0
Nehemiah Odhiambo run out (sub Asad Shafiq) 0
Shem Ngoche b Umar Gul 0
Elijah Otieno not out 0

Extras (b 4, lb 3, w 3, nb 1) 11
Total (all out in 33.1 overs) 112

Fall of wickets 1-37 (Waters, 9.1 overs), 2-43 (Ouma, 12.2), 3-73 (Tikolo, 22.2), 4-79 (Mishra, 26.3), 5-85 (Patel, 27.5), 6-87 (Kamande, 28.3), 7-101 (Odoyo, 30.5), 8-112 (Obuya, 32.1), 9-112 (Odhiambo, 32.5), 10-112 (Ngoche, 33.1)

Bowling
Shoaib Akhtar 5 1 10 0
Abdul Razzaq 5 1 23 0
Umar Gul 4.1 0 12 2
Abdur Rehman 7 1 18 0
Shahid Afridi 8 3 16 5
Mohammad Hafeez 4 1 26 1

Toss: Pakistan and chose to bat
Umpires: Tony Hill (New Zealand) and Nigel Llong (England)
TV umpire: Daryl Harper (Australia)
Match referee: Chris Broad (England)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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