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3 Aug 2021
Once again, the rain was the villain in anotherT20I between West Indies and Pakistan at Providence Stadium, Guyana as the fourth and final T20I was also abandoned due to rain and courtesy of its win in the second T20I, which was also the only completed match in this series, Pakistan took the series 1-0.
More than the 1-0 series loss, the West Indies players were disappointed by the fact that one of the stalwarts of Caribbean cricket in the T20 format, Dwayne Bravo could not take any part in what would go down in history as his last international game on home soil.
Just after the toss, Windies skipper Kieron Pollard had announced that it would be the last game for Bravio at home soil, indicating that the all-rounder would be retiring after this year’s T20 World Cup, scheduled to take place in October-November in the United Arab Emirates and Oman, but would be hosted by Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI).
Only three overs could be bowled in the entire game where West Indies scored 30 without any loss after winning the toss and deciding to bat first.
This was also the last white ball game of this summer for the West Indies at home and as per records, they lost the T20I series 2-3 to South Africa, won 4-1 against Australia and lost 1-0 against Pakistan.
These two teams will now compete in the red-ball format with the first of the two Tests starting from August 12 in Sabina Park, Kingston, Jamaica.