The rain forced the West Indies against Pakistan’s first Twenty20 to end early, with no result on Wednesday, although the match was reduced to 9 per side.
The West Indies reached 85 points in 5 out of 9 games, after which the referee gave up the game due to continuous rain at the Kensington Oval.
The West Indies were full of powerful batsmen, unable to master the rhythm after the game was shortened, because Pakistan won the toss and chose to play.
Lendl Simmons (9) was only injured in the second game after being hit on the left side of the neck by a short throw from the debut fast bowler Mohammad Wasim.
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Fast bowler Hasan Ali (2 points from 11 shots) got Evin Lewis caught midway through the first pitch. Nicholas Pooran (13) defeated Mohammad Hafeez with two six-pointers before easily catching the ball to point to the secondary ball. .
Two experienced powerful batsmen-Andre Russell and Chris Gal-also couldn’t affect Pakistan’s spin and speed changes.
Russell defeated the leg spinner Usman Kadir in the sixth game to get an extra screen of more than six points and then defeated goalkeeper Mohammadridzwan in the same game.
Wasim made an unforgettable debut for his T20 international when Gale scored a seven-pointer in the deep water and then captain Keelung Pollard lifted the championship in the final game.
Top scorer Pollard (22 not out) hit the Shaheen Afridi border and then ended the game with six points over the middle wicket before rain ruined the series opener.
The remaining three games will be played in Providence, followed by two test series in Kingston on August 12.