Pakistan cricket team reach Guyana

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LAHORE: Pakistan’s national men’s cricket team today reached Guyana from Barbados. The team will undergo a Covid-19 test and until the results of the test the players and officials will remain in room isolation for one day.
The second T20 between Pakistan and West Indies will be held in Guyana on Saturday.
On Thursday the first T20 of the four-match series was abandoned in Barbados.
The match had been reduced to nine overs a side. West Indies set an 86-run target for the visitors but Pakistan’s innings could not be started due to rain which started just after the completion of the innings of the hosts.
Earlier heavy downpour delayed the game until it was decided that it would be a nine-over side clash. Pakistan had won the toss and opted to field first. Pakistan handed the T20 cap to right-arm young pacer Mohammad Wasim Junior who got his first T20 wicket when he dislodged Chris Gayle, the T20’s king, held in the deep for just seven.

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