Pakistan didn’t have an ideal start to their World Cup campaign as they were skittled out for a paltry score of 105 in their opening match against West Indies. The Windies captain Jason Holder won the toss and decided to bowl first at Trent Bridge, Nottingham. In fact, most of the wickets of the Pakistan team fell on short deliveries.
Windies made most of the conditions and none of the Pakistan batsmen could not get going. Oshane Thomas bowled with fire as the lanky fast bowler scalped four wickets in his spell. Pakistan scored only 105 which is their second-lowest total in the World Cup folklore. We take a look at the five lowest totals by Pakistan in the World Cup history.
5. 134 vs England at Cape Town, 2003
The Pakistan team was bundled out for a mundane score of 134 runs in the 23rd match of the 2003 World Cup fixture against England. James Anderson was at his best as the swing master scalped four wickets. On the other hand, Craig White took three wickets whereas Andrew Flintoff snared two wickets.
Pakistan lost that match by a big margin of 112 runs after England posted 246 in their first innings.