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‘Jet lagged’, but we weren’t good, says West Indies skipper

KARACHI: West Indies's skipper Jason Mohammad admitted his players felt jet lagged but were not good on the day as they were handed Twenty20 international's second biggest defeat of 143 runs by Pakistan in the first of three Twenty20 internationals in Karachi on Sunday. Pakistan equaled their highest Twenty20 total of 203-5 -- also made against Bangladesh at this same venue in 2008 -- before restricting the West Indies to their lowest Twenty20 international total of 60 all out in 13.4 overs. The win gave Pakistan a 1-0…

Rain helps Proteas to win first Twenty20

JOHANNESBURG: Rain ended an intriguing chase from Pakistan and handed South Africa a four-run victory via the Duckworth/Lewis scoring system in the first Twenty20 international in Johannesburg on Wednesday. Quinton de Kock top-scored with 43 as South Africa posted 153 for seven in their 20 overs having been put into bat by Pakistan captain Mohammad Hafeez at the Wanderers. The visitors had reached 60 for two in 9.1 overs when the heavens opened and ended the game with the visitors needing a further 94 to win from 65 balls.…