Tuesday 4 December 2012 

World Record Goes As Pakistan Register Huge Win

World Record Goes As Pakistan Register Huge Win
World Record Goes As Pakistan Register Huge Win
 

Pakistan batsman Muhammed Ahmed smashed a world record score of 264 in 85 balls to help his side to a huge win over the West Indies on day three of the Blind Cricket Twenty20 World Cup in India.

There were also wins for South Africa and Sri Lanka in Bangalore while England's game against Bangladesh was washed out.

Pakistan's third straight win was set up by Ahmed's double-century - which included a 36-ball century - and although the West Indies battled hard, they were beaten by 200 runs after Pakistan posted 366 for five in their 20 overs.

South Africa beat Nepal in a rain-affected match.

South Africa posted 304 for two with centuries from Simon Wablebidla and Desigan Pillay before Nepal reached 118 for four in 13 overs when rain stopped play.

The match between Australia and Sri Lanka proved to be more of an even match before Sri Lanka reached their victory target in the 18th over.

Australia scored 233 for five and Sri Lanka closed on 234 for three.

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