Pakistan invigorated a decent record of their bowling in their first warm-up game, smothering an incredible West Indies line-up to 130 and afterward pursued down the score with 27 balls to save. Notwithstanding Shaheen Afridi, who yielded 41 runs from his four overs, other Pakistan bowlers were on target.
Hasan Ali, proceeding with his extraordinary rebound, took 2 for 21 while spinners Imad Wasim bowled closefisted spells. West Indies couldn’t break out of their shackles with just Kieron Pollard hitting five back to back fours off the twentieth over bowled by Haris Rauf to give the absolute some decency.
Pakistan were proficient with their pursuit with Babar Azam regularly securing one end with a 41-ball 50. Fakhar Zaman opened in at three and hammered an unbeaten 24-ball 46. For West Indies, Hayden Walsh got two wickets however was dismantled by Zaman and surrendered at an economy of 11.7
Brief scores: West Indies 130/7 in 20 overs (Shimron Hetmyer 28, Kieron Pollard 23; Hasan Ali 2-21, Haris Rauf 2-32) lost to Pakistan 131/3 in 15.3 overs (Babar Azam 50, Fakhar Zaman 46; Hayden Walsh 2-41) by seven wickets.