Last Updated on 23/01/2022
|West Indies beat Pakistan by 8 runs in the match. Photo courtesy of West Indies Cricket|
Quora News: In the second T20 match between Pakistan and West Indies women’s teams, two players of the host team fainted and had to be taken to hospital.
According to Kirk Info, the second match of the series played in Antigua was affected by bad weather and West Indies defeated Pakistan by 8 runs after an interesting match under Dick Worth Lewis Law.
During Pakistan’s batting, two West Indies fielders fainted on the field due to extreme heat and confinement and were rushed to hospital for medical treatment.
A statement from the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) said: “Henry and Chadden Nation have been rushed to a hospital for medical treatment. Both are in a stable condition and are being examined.
After both players fainted, the West Indies had to field alternatives and the hosts were declared the winners by 7 runs under the Dickworth-Lewis Act due to repeated weather interruptions during the Pakistani batting in pursuit of the target. given.
“It’s not easy to play in these conditions, I’m happy that we were able to win despite the absence of these two players,” said West Indies head coach Courtney Wash.
On the other hand, national team captain Jawariya Khan prayed for the speedy recovery of both the rival players.
“The prayers of the Pakistani team are with Chanel Henry and the Chadian Nation and we extend our best wishes to them. We hope that they will recover soon and take the field for the next match against us,” he said.
“Such incidents shake us during the game and we pay tribute to the courage of the West Indies team who managed to win despite their difficult times,” he said.
West Indies victory
In the second T20 match of the series, West Indies won the toss and elected to bat first.
In the match played in Antigua, the host team scored 125 runs for the loss of 6 wickets in 20 overs thanks to 30 runs by Cassia Knight and 28 runs by Chadian Nation.
The innings was delayed due to repeated interference of the weather during the match and Pakistan was given a target of 11 runs in 18 overs but despite Nada Dar’s 29-run innings, Pakistan managed to score only 103 runs in the allotted overs. Indies won by 8 runs.
Along with this victory, the host team also won a series of three T20 matches.