West Indies v Pakistan
Pakistan in West Indies 1957/58 (5th Test)
VenueQueen's Park Oval, Port of Spain on 26th, 27th, 28th, 29th, 31st March 1958 (6-day match)
Balls per over6
TossWest Indies won the toss and decided to bat
ResultPakistan won by an innings and 1 run
UmpiresEL Lloyd, G Williams
Close of play day 1West Indies (1) 234/7 (Alexander 28*, Gibbs 4*)
Close of play day 2Pakistan (1) 186/2 (Saeed Ahmed 78*, Wazir Mohammad 56*)
Close of play day 3Pakistan (1) 407/4 (Hanif Mohammad 54*, Mathias 4*)
Close of play day 4West Indies (2) 153/5 (Walcott 16*, Alexander 1*)

West Indies first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
CC Huntec Hanif Mohammad b Fazal Mahmood011-- 
RB Kanhaic Imtiaz Ahmed b Khan Mohammad0     
GS Sobersc Kardar b Fazal Mahmood14     
ED Weekesc Imtiaz Ahmed b Khan Mohammad51     
CL Walcottst Imtiaz Ahmed b Nasim-ul-Ghani47     
OG Smithlbw b Fazal Mahmood86   1 
*+FCM Alexanderb Fazal Mahmood38     
ES Atkinsonc Hanif Mohammad b Fazal Mahmood0     
LR Gibbslbw b Fazal Mahmood14     
JO Taylornot out4     
R Gilchristc Kardar b Nasim-ul-Ghani9     
Extras(5 b)5
Total(all out, 93.1 overs)268
Fall of wickets:
1-0 (Hunte), 2-2 (Kanhai), 3-48 (Sobers), 4-78 (Weekes), 5-141 (Walcott), 6-219 (Smith), 7-219 (Atkinson), 8-249 (Gibbs), 9-254 (Alexander), 10-268 (Gilchrist, 93.1 ov)
Pakistan bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Fazal Mahmood32   10836--
Khan Mohammad25   8792--
Haseeb Ahsan14   2480--

Pakistan first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
+Imtiaz Ahmedb Taylor15     
Alimuddinb Gibbs21     
Saeed Ahmedc Alexander b Taylor97     
Wazir Mohammadb Gibbs189 40522- 
Hanif Mohammadb Taylor54     
W Mathiasb Atkinson4     
*AH Kardarc Walcott b Gibbs44     
Fazal Mahmoodb Taylor0     
Nasim-ul-Ghanic Alexander b Gibbs15     
Khan Mohammadnot out26     
Haseeb Ahsanb Taylor2     
Extras(14 b, 10 lb, 4 nb, 1 w)29
Total(all out, 177.5 overs)496
Fall of wickets:
1-22 (Imtiaz Ahmed), 2-69 (Alimuddin), 3-238 (Saeed Ahmed), 4-392 (Wazir Mohammad), 5-407 (Mathias), 6-407 (Hanif Mohammad), 7-408 (Fazal Mahmood), 8-463 (Kardar), 9-478 (Nasim-ul-Ghani), 10-496 (Haseeb Ahsan, 177.5 ov)
West Indies bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Gilchrist7   2160--
Atkinson31   3661--
Smith23   4630--
Gibbs41   91084--
Sobers34   6950--
Walcott2   060--
Weekes3   140--

West Indies second inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
CC Huntec Fazal Mahmood b Nasim-ul-Ghani45     
RB Kanhaib Haseeb Ahsan43     
GS Sobersb Nasim-ul-Ghani27     
ED Weekesb Haseeb Ahsan9     
CL Walcottc Wazir Mohammad b Nasim-ul-Ghani62     
OG Smithst Imtiaz Ahmed b Nasim-ul-Ghani0  -- 
*+FCM Alexanderb Nasim-ul-Ghani1  -- 
ES Atkinsonb Fazal Mahmood19   1 
LR Gibbsc Mathias b Fazal Mahmood2  -- 
JO Taylorst Imtiaz Ahmed b Nasim-ul-Ghani0  -- 
R Gilchristnot out2  -- 
Extras(12 b, 4 lb, 1 nb)17
Total(all out, 65.5 overs)227
Fall of wickets:
1-71 (Kanhai), 2-115 (Hunte), 3-130 (Sobers), 4-140 (Weekes), 5-141 (Smith), 6-162 (Alexander), 7-219 (Atkinson), 8-223 (Walcott), 9-225 (Gibbs), 10-227 (Taylor, 65.5 ov)
Pakistan bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Fazal Mahmood9   1352--
Khan Mohammad2   0190--
Haseeb Ahsan24   3892--

--> The match was scheduled for six days but completed in five.
--> JO Taylor made his debut in Test matches
--> Saeed Ahmed (1) passed 500 runs in Test matches when he reached 89
--> Wazir Mohammad (1) passed his previous highest score of 106 in Test matches
--> Wazir Mohammad (1) passed his previous highest score of 143 in first-class matches
--> Hanif Mohammad (1) passed 1500 runs in Test matches when he reached 29
--> Khan Mohammad (1) passed his previous highest score of 15 in Test matches
--> RB Kanhai (2) passed 500 runs in Test matches when he reached 38
--> GS Sobers (2) passed 1000 runs in first-class matches for the season when he reached 20
--> JO Taylor achieved his best innings bowling analysis in first-class matches when he dismissed Saeed Ahmed in the Pakistan first innings (previous best was 1-7)
--> Nasim-ul-Ghani achieved his best innings bowling analysis in Test matches when he dismissed JO Taylor in the West Indies second innings (previous best was 5-116)





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