Record-breaking Chris Gayle helps West Indies thrash Pakistan

Pakistan were shot down for their second-lowest total in World Cup history and the Windies knocked off the target in just 13.4 overs.
Pakistan simply had no answer against Windies at Trent Bridge | AP
Pakistan simply had no answer against Windies at Trent Bridge | AP
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Sheldon Cottrell got the ball rolling with the early wicket Imam-ul-Haq | AP
Sheldon Cottrell got the ball rolling with the early wicket Imam-ul-Haq | AP
Then Andre Russell wreaked havoc and celebrated in style | AP
Then Andre Russell wreaked havoc and celebrated in style | AP
Jason Holder got in on the action as well | AP
Jason Holder got in on the action as well | AP
Oshane Thomas finished things off as he got rid of Wahab Riaz | AP
Oshane Thomas finished things off as he got rid of Wahab Riaz | AP
It was a day to forget for Pakistan with the bat as they were bowled out for their second-lowest World Cup total (105)| AP
It was a day to forget for Pakistan with the bat as they were bowled out for their second-lowest World Cup total (105)| AP
Gayle looked in a spot of bother | AP
Gayle looked in a spot of bother | AP
But that didn't stop him from breaking the record for most World Cup sixes and making his sixth consecutive ODI fifty | AP
But that didn't stop him from breaking the record for most World Cup sixes and making his sixth consecutive ODI fifty | AP
All in all, it was a convincing performance by the Windies as they bundled out Pakistan for 105 and then got there in just 13.4 overs | AP
All in all, it was a convincing performance by the Windies as they bundled out Pakistan for 105 and then got there in just 13.4 overs | AP
For Sarfaraz and Pakistan, there is still plenty of questions they need to answer | AP
For Sarfaraz and Pakistan, there is still plenty of questions they need to answer | AP

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