CLEAN SWEEP • Caribbean Life

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Pakistan on Tuesday continued their mauling of a depleted West Indies team, trouncing the Caribbean side by eight wickets in the final of the three-match Twenty20 international series in conducting a clean sweep.

The West Indies, with the absence of their top stars, were, unequivocally, no match for the Pakistan, the world’s No. 1-ranked Twenty20 team, throughout the brief series that began on Sunday at the National Stadium in Karachi. West Indies were demoralized, making just 60 in that first match.

Thought they fared better in the final of the three matches — all matches were played at the National Stadium — the West Indies still came up woefully short, losing by eight wickets.

Babar Azam (51) and Fakhar Zaman (40)…

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