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At the start of the third T20 at Abu Dhabi, it was clear to all that the only way West Indies could compete with Pakistan in the match was if their batting somehow stood up to the tough bowling on offer. But,

In a T20 game, you usually expect scores in the region of 200 these days. But, Dubai is the kind of surface where you need to be a bit more circumspect

When Pakistan left-arm spinner Imad Wasim claimed 5 for 14 in the first T20 against West Indies at Dubai on Friday, he entered the club of bowlers with the top ten best figures in T20s. His 5 for 14 slots in at number eight in the list. Who else is part of the club? We tell you

Being the T20 World Champions, West Indies went into the first T20 of the series against Pakistan as favourites. However, they came up with a very poor effort to hand Pakistan an easy 9-wicket victory

Having won the last ODI of the series, Pakistan went into the lone T20 against England at Old Trafford in Manchester on a high of sorts. And they displayed their skills to great effect to seal an impressive win in the one-off T20 match

With the series already won, England would have expected to enjoy themselves by expressing themselves without a fear in the world in the fourth ODI at Headingley, Leeds. Instead, the found were at the receiving end of a hostile spell from comeback man Mohammad Irfan

Pakistan continued their invincible form against Zimbabwe, easing to victory by a comprehensive 131-run margin

Zimbabwe have never beaten Pakistan in a T20 international thus far. They came close at Harare on Sunday courtesy a competent bowling effort, but faltered with the bat to concede defeat rather easily in the end.

Left-arm spinner Imad Wasim bowled splendid spell of 4 for 11, as Pakistan successfully defended a modest total of 136 in the first T20 against Zimbabwe at Harare on Sunday to keep their unbeaten record against the hosts intact in the format