Ahmed and Ajmal steer Pakistan to 272

Ahmed and Ajmal steer Pakistan to 272

Basseterre : Saint Kitts and Nevis | May 21, 2011 at 9:12 AM PDT
Source: Cric Info
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Tanvir Ahmed and Saeed Ajmal scripted an unlikely last-ditch resistance to prevent what threatened to be a West Indian rout on a gloomy second morning in St Kitts. West Indies struck thrice in quick succession as the morning began, but a last-wicket stand of 78 led the tourists to 272, Ahmed's... FULL ARTICLE AT Cric Info
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Pakistan bowler Saeed Ajmal makes a delivery
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