Pakistan beat West Indies in third Twenty20

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Pakistan defeated West Indies by eight wickets, in the third and final Twenty20 worldwide at the National Stadium on Tuesday to win their series 3-0. Their opener Andre Fletcher was top scorer with 43-ball 52 runs, as this was the only fifty of the entire tour from the West Indies .

Leg-spinner Shadab Khan claimed two wickets for 27 runs while left-arm spinner Mohammad Nawaz, right-arm pacer Faheem Ashraf and left-arm pacer Usman Khan Shinwari got one wicket each.

Pakistan went on to win the match by 82 runs and took an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series. Zaman played the role of aggressor as he smashed 40 off 17 deliveries before falling to a Rayad Emrit delivery. Karachi hosted all three T20s, the first global matches in the city in nine years. Fakhar Zaman scored 40 and Hussain Talat 31 not out, with Asif Ali, who made 25 not out also providing valuable support. With Chris Gayle, Sunil Narine, Kieron Pollard, regular captain Craig Braithwaite, and Jason Holder missing the series, a depleted team headed by Jason Mohammed. As the two sides face-off, we will provide you all the details on how to find the live streaming and telecast details of the PAK vs WI 3rd T20I.

Pakistan's game of cricket is slowly coming out of the shadows of the horrific incidents of 2009 when the visiting Sri Lanka team was attacked by a group of terrorists near Lahore's Gaddafi Stadium.

Hussain Talat scored his first T20 50 in his second global match, and then was caught by Jason Mohammed off Odean Smith on 63.

In addition to the fine, one demerit point was added to Shadab's record. After Shadab clean-bowled Walton on Monday, he pointed his finger at him and made an "inappropriate comment", the International Cricket Council said in a statement on Tuesday.

"After the match, Shadab admitted the offense and accepted the sanction proposed by David Boon, the ICC match referee, and as such there was no need for a formal hearing".

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