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10 key stats from the Pakistan-West Indies WT20 match

Last updated on: April 02, 2014 12:07 IST

10 key stats from the Pakistan-West Indies WT20 match

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Holders the West Indies sailed into the World Twenty20 semi-finals after Dwayne Bravo's power-hitting and Samuel Badree's lethal spin bowling fashioned a comprehensive 84-run victory over 2009 champions Pakistan on Tuesday.

Scorecard : Points Table

Darren Sammy's men overcome a wobbly start to post a strong 166 for six before returning to bowl out Pakistan for 82 runs in 17.5 overs and set up a semi-final clash with Sri Lanka on Thursday.

A look at key statistics from the match.

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Image: West Indies' captain Darren Sammy celebrates victory
Photographs: Andrew Biraj/Reuters

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1. Dwayne Bravo (46) registered his third highest innings at the World Twenty. He has two fifties to his credit -- 66 not out off 36 balls against India, at Lord's, on June 12, 2009, and 51 against Sri Lanka, at Nottingham, on June 10, 2009.

He bagged his second Man of the Match award in T20Is; his first was against India for scoring an unbeaten 66 and capturing four for 38 at Lord's on June 12, 2009.

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Image: Dwayne Bravo of the West Indies celebrates
Photographs: Phil Walter/Getty Images

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2. Darren Sammy (42 not out off 20 balls) registered his highest score against Pakistan in T20Is, eclipsing the 30 off 14 balls, at Kingstown, on July 27, 2013.

Sammy's innings is his highest at the World Twenty20, eclipsing the 34 not out off 13 balls against Australia, at Dhaka, on March 28, 2014.

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Image: Darren Sammy hits a six during the match against Pakistan
Photographs: Scott Barbour/Getty Images

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3. Bravo and Sammy were associated in a stand of 71, the West Indies' highest for the sixth wicket at the World T20.

The partnership is the West Indies' second highest for the sixth wicket, the highest being 73 between Denesh Ramdin and Lendl Simmons against England, at Bridgetown, on March 13, 2014.

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Image: Darren Sammy and Dwayne Bravo
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4. Samuel Badree (3-10) recorded his second best bowling performance in T20Is, the best being 4 for 15 against Bangladesh, at Dhaka, on March 25, 2014.

Badree has captured 10 wickets (ave.9.00) in four matches, the highest by a West Indian bowler at the World Twenty20.

Dwayne Bravo had taken ten wickets (ave.18.40) in six matches at World T20 2009.

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Image: Samuel Badree celebrates after picking a wicket
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5. Denesh Ramdin effected four stumpings, emulating Kamran Akmal's feat versus the Netherlands, at Lord's, on June 9, 2009.

Both share a record for most stumpings in an innings in T20Is.

Five stumpings -- one by Kamran Akmal and four by Ramdin -- in the match is a record in a T20I.

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Image: Chris Gayle is stumped by Kamran Akmal
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6. Sunil Narine (3-16) registered his best bowling figures vs Pakistan, eclipsing the 3 for 26 at Kingstown on July 28, 2013.

The performance is his second best at the World Twenty20, next only to the 3 for 9 versus Sri Lanka at Colombo (RPS) on October 7, 2012.

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Image: Sunil Narine
Photographs: Philip Brown/Reuters

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7. Pakistan (82) recorded their lowest total against the West Indies in T20Is. It is their second lowest behind the 74 versus Australia at Dubai (DSC) on September 10, 2012.

Tuesday's defeat is their second largest in terms of runs in T20Is, the biggest being by 94 runs to Australia at Dubai (DSC) on September 10, 2012.

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Image: Denesh Ramdin bats as Kamran Akmal of Pakistan looks on
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8. West Indies' magnificent 84-run triumph is their biggest in terms of runs in T20Is, eclipsing the 74-run win over Australia at Colombo (RPS) on October 5, 2012.

The West Indies and Pakistan have won two T20 matches each against each other out of four played.

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Image: West Indies players celebrate after winning the game
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9. West Indian players have scored 82 runs in the last five overs (84-5 to 166-6), the most by a Full Member team in the last five overs in a T20I, eclipsing the 81 registered by Sri Lanka against Australia, at Pallekele, on August 6, 2011.

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Image: Krishmar Santokie is congratulated by Darren Sammy
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10. Pakistan could score just 13 runs from the Powerplay overs (0-6) while losing four wickets. It equalled the worst Powerplay score by a Full Member team in T20Is.

Zimbabwe had scored 13 for four in the Powerplays against the West Indies at Port of Spain on February 28, 2010.


Image: Pakistan's Ahmed Shehzad hits a six
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