Pakistani cricket team in the West Indies in 1992–93

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The Pakistan national cricket team toured the West Indies from March to May 1993 and played a three-match Test series against the West Indies cricket team which the West Indies won 2–0. Pakistan were captained by Wasim Akram; West Indies by Richie Richardson. In addition, the teams played a five-match Limited Overs International (LOI) series which was drawn 2–2 with the final game ending in a tie.[1]

The tied LOI, fifty overs each, was played at Bourda, Georgetown, on 3 April and Pakistan batted first after winning the toss. They scored 244 for six in their fifty overs. In reply, the West Indies levelled the score off the final ball of the fiftieth over and had lost five wickets compared with the six lost by Pakistan. Normally, when scores are level, the match is awarded to the team losing the least wickets and so, under the rules, the West Indies would have won. However, the crowd invaded the field before play on the final ball was completed. A Pakistani fielder threw the ball to Wasim Akram at the bowler's end and he saw the chance of a run out at the striker's end if he could return the ball to the wicket-keeper, but, with the pitch already overrun by spectators, he had no chance of doing this and the batsman could not be run out. As a result, the match referee Raman Subba Row had to make a decision on the result and he adjudged the match a tie.[2]

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  1. ^ "Pakistan in the West Indies 1992–93". CricketArchive. Retrieved 24 July 2014. 
  2. ^ "West Indies v Pakistan, Fifth LOI 1993". CricketArchive. Retrieved 24 July 2014. 
  3. ^ "West Indies v Pakistan, First Test 1993". CricketArchive. Retrieved 24 July 2014. 
  4. ^ "West Indies v Pakistan, Second Test 1993". CricketArchive. Retrieved 24 July 2014. 
  5. ^ "West Indies v Pakistan, Third Test 1993". CricketArchive. Retrieved 24 July 2014. 

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